Labium

Mouthpart in insects composed of fused second maxillae; homologous to second maxillae of crustaceans.

labium

[n] - any of the four lip-shaped folds of the female vulva
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Labium

Labium: A lip. Labium is the singular of the Latin neuter noun meaning lip. The plural is labia. For more information, see: Labia.
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Labium

La'bi·um noun ; plural Latin Labia , English Labiums . [ Latin ] 1. A lip, or liplike organ. 2. The lip of an organ pipe. 3. plural (Anat.) The folds of integument at the opening of the vulva. 4. (Zoology) (a)
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labium

Origin: L. ... 1. A lip, or liplike organ. ... 2. The lip of an organ pipe. ... 3. <anatomy> The folds of integument at the opening of the vulva. ... 4. <zoology> The organ of insects which covers the mouth beneath, and serves as an under lip. It consists of the second pair of maxillae, usually closely united in the middle line, but bea...
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labium

noun any of the four lip-shaped folds of the female vulva
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labium

(la´be-әm) Latin word meaning lip. adj., la´bial., adj. labia majora pudendi elongated folds in the female, one on either side of the rima pudendi. labia minora pudendi small folds of skin on either side of the vagina, between the labia major...
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Labium

• (n.) A lip, or liplike organ. • (n.) Inner margin of the aperture of a shell. • (n.) The lip of an organ pipe. • (n.) The folds of integument at the opening of the vulva. • (n.) The organ of insects which covers the mouth beneath, and serves as an under lip. It consists of the second pair of maxillae, usually closely unit...
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labium

(from the article `insect`) ...maxillae, each consisting of a bladelike lacinia, a hoodlike galea, and a segmented palp bearing sense organ. The paired second maxillae are ... The piercing–sucking mouthparts are composed of a troughlike, four-segmented labium in which lie four stylets; these are modified mandibles and ... [2 rel...
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Labium

The lip, under the mouth opening and between the maxillae, attached to the front of the sternum.
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labium

Type: Term Pronunciation: lā′bē-ŭm, -bē-ē, -bē-ă Definitions: 1. Any lip-shaped structure. Synonyms: lip
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Labium

In zoology, labium is a term applied to the lower lip of the insects and other Arthropoda, the upper being called the labrum. The term is also applied to the inner lip of the shell of univalve molluscs; the outer lip being the labrum.
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labium

Latin = lip (plural labia), adjective - labial.
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labium

the bottom-most part of the mouthparts upon which the caterpillar silk gland is located.
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Labium

The mouthparts, or appendage on the sixth head segment, forming a 'lower lip'.
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Labium

Lower lip of insect mouth.
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labium

Mouthpart, lower lip
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Labium

The 'lower lip' of the insect mouth-parts, formed by the fusion of two maxilla-like appendages.
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Labium

a compound structure which forms the 'lower lip' or floor of the mouth in mandibulate insects (i.e. insects with biting jaws). It is positioned behind the first maxilla and opposite the labrum. The labium is often regarded as the 'second maxilla' and is also sometimes referred to as the 'tongue'.
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labium

lower lip
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Labium

The third set of mouthparts of insects (or underlip), located behind the maxillae.
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labium

lower lip-like part of an insect's mouthparts
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Labium

The lip, under the mouth opening and between the maxillae, attached to the front of the sternum.
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