On the maxillary nerve

@article{Higashiyama2014OnTM,
  title={On the maxillary nerve},
  author={Hiroki Higashiyama and Shigeru Kuratani},
  journal={Journal of Morphology},
  year={2014},
  volume={275}
}
The trigeminal, the fifth cranial nerve of vertebrates, represents the rostralmost component of the nerves assigned to pharyngeal arches. It consists of the ophthalmic and maxillomandibular nerves, and in jawed vertebrates, the latter is further divided into two major branches dorsoventrally. Of these, the dorsal one is called the maxillary nerve because it predominantly innervates the upper jaw, as seen in the human anatomy. However, developmentally, the upper jaw is derived not only from the… 
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