(1) The cleft or sulcus as a result of the anchoring of the deep layers of the skin to the anococcygeal... Read More
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(Science: anatomy) The cleft between the hyoid and mandibular arches of the... Read More
(Science: anatomy) The cleft between the hyoid and mandibular arches of the embryo; the external... Read More
The minute gap between presynaptic cell and postsynaptic cell in a chemical synapse, across which the... Read More
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An axon terminal is any of the button-like endings of axons through which axons make synaptic contacts with other nerve... Read More
noun, plural: crevices
(1) A narrow crack or opening, especially in a solid substance like rock or ice.
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1. To divide lengthwise; to separate from end to end, especially. By force; to divide in the direction of the grain... Read More
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Origin: L. Spirare to breathe. See Spirit.
1. A slender stalk or blade in vegetation; as, a spire grass or... Read More
(Science: chemical, neurology, physiology) a chemical found in vertebrate neurons that carries information... Read More
The meatus of the urethra where urine is excreted in both males and females, and where semen is ejected in... Read More
(zoology) Plural form of neuropodium, the ventral lobe or branch of a parapodium
(neuroanatomy) synaptic... Read More
(Science: anatomy) Any cleft or groove, normal or otherwise, especially a deep fold in the cerebral cortex which... Read More
suture of a cleft palate.
Synonym: staphylorrhaphy, uraniscorrhaphy, uranorrhaphy, velosynthesis.
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The embryological failure of the neural tube to fuse or close completely thereby resulting in the vertebrae... Read More
Origin: oe. Breke, breche, as. Brice, gebrice, gebrece (in comp), fr. Brecan to break; akin to dan. Braek, MHG.... Read More
Axon Hillock Definition
What is axon hillock? If you are familiar with the different parts of the neuron, the axon hillock... Read More
1. (Science: anatomy) The nostril, or one of the nostrils, of whales, porpoises, and allied animals.
2. (Science:... Read More
Any of a group of substances that are released on excitation from the axon terminal of a presynaptic neuron... Read More
What is endocytosis in biology? Endocytosis is a cellular process by which a cell internalizes any... Read More
To fasten with, or as with, a pin; to join; as, to pin a garment; to pin boards together. Aa if she would pin her to her... Read More
1. The exposed carmine margin of the lip.
2. The isolated central soft-tissue segment of the upper lip in the... Read More
1. A piece of orange or lemon peel, or the aromatic oil which may be squeezed from such peel, used to give flavor to... Read More
1. (Science: anatomy) The inner and somewhat concave part of the hand between the bases of the fingers and the wrist.... Read More
Origin: OE. Taile, taille, F. Taille a cutting, cut tally, fr. Tailler to cut, but influenced probably by taille, p.p.... Read More
gamma aminobutyric acid
(Science: biochemistry) An important amino acid which functions as the most prevalent... Read More
1. One of four equal parts into which anything is divided, or is regarded as divided; a fourth part or portion; as,... Read More
To snuff; to breathe or puff out; to snort.
Origin: Cf. F. Venter to blow, vent wind (see Ventilate); but prob... Read More
The region consisting of the vestibulum oris, the narrow cleft between the lips and cheeks, and the teeth and... Read More
1. To fret and wear away by friction; to hurt or break the skin of by rubbing; to chafe; to injure the surface of by... Read More
1. Cleft, cut, gash.
2. An act or action of... Read More
A sterol or a modified steroid that is synthesized by animal cells to become an essential component of... Read More
noun, plural: tongues
(anatomy) The flexible muscular organ situated in the floor of the oral cavity; it is... Read More