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Sulcus

Definition
noun, plural: sulci
(biology) A furrow or groove
Supplement
The term is widely used in medicine, zoology, and anatomy. The groove between the convolutions on a mammalian cerebrum is called sulcus. Another structure referred to as sulcus is the longitudinal groove in Dinoflagellates where flagellum lies. The ventral siphonoglyph in anthozoa is also called sulcus.
Related term(s):

  • sulcal
  • imbriodentate sulcus
  • fimbriodentate sulcus
  • callosal sulcus
  • aortic sulcus
  • sigmoid sulcus
  • lunate sulcus
  • talar sulcus
  • gingival sulcus
  • lip sulcus
  • rhinal sulcus


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