The part of the neck in front of, or ventral to, the vertebral column.
Below chin. Sometimes highly colored.
ventral leathering of the neck from the chin to the forking of the ventral feather tract, bounded dorsally by the malar area. The adjective meaning 'of the throat' is 'gular'. The lateral margin of the throat is sometimes distinctively colored and is then called the malar stripe.
the passage to the stomach and lungs; in the front part of the neck below the chin and above the collarbone
Front part of the neck. Synonyms: foreneck, jugulum, throat patch.
Also see gorget. The feathered "chin" area underneath the lower base of a hummingbird's beak.
The throat is similar to the human throat and is located the front of the neck. It is often called jugulum, foreneck or throat patch. Internally, it contains the main food passage from the bird's bill to its stomach as well as air passages to the lungs.
Pronunciation: (throte) The hollow tube inside the neck that starts behind the nose and ends at the top of the trachea (windpipe) and esophagus (the tube that goes to the stomach). The throat is about 5 inches long, depending on body size. Also called the pharynx.
The throat is the anterior (front) portion of the neck beginning at the back of the mouth , consisting anatomically of the pharynx and larynx . The throat contains the trachea and a portion of the esophagus . See the entire definition of Throat
part of neck immediately below lower jaw
Front part of the neck. Synonym(s): foreneck, jugulum, throat patch.
The neck portion of a passageway.