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Crista urethralis masculinae

Crista urethralis masculinae --> urethral crest of male a longitudinal fold on the posterior wall of the urethra extending... Read More

Crista urethralis femininae

Crista urethralis femininae --> urethral crest of female a conspicuous longitudinal fold of mucosa on the posterior wall of... Read More


Definition noun, singular: crista (cell biology) The infoldings or inward projections of the inner membrane of the... Read More


See cristae (plural) for definition and additional... Read More


Crest 1. A ridge, especially a bony ridge. See: crista. 2. The ridge of the neck of a male animal, especially of a stallion... Read More

Description of a sauropod dinosaur braincase (Titanosauridae) from the Late Cretaceous Rio Colorado Subgroup, Patagonia

Description of a sauropod dinosaur braincase (Titanosauridae) from the Late Cretaceous Rio Colorado Subgroup,... Read More

Crus helicis

Crus helicis --> crus of helix a transverse ridge continuing backward from the helix of the auricle, dividing the concha... Read More

Ethmoidal crest of maxilla

Ethmoidal crest of maxilla a ridge on the upper part of the nasal surface of the frontal process of the maxilla that gives... Read More

Nasal crest

nasal crest The midline ridge in the floor of the nasal cavity, formed by the union of the paired maxillae and palatine... Read More

Falx cerebri

Falx cerebri (Science: anatomy) The scythe-shaped fold of dura mater in the longitudinal fissure between the two cerebral... Read More

Constant Din Of Barking Causes Stress, Behavior Changes In Dogs In Shelters

If your neighbor's barking dog drives you crazy, pity the employees of the nation's animal shelters, where the noise... Read More

Falciform crest

Falciform crest --> transverse crest of internal acoustic Meatus a horizontal ridge that divides the fundus of the... Read More

Supplemental groove

supplemental groove A curvilinear depression normally found on each side of a triangular ridge (crista... Read More

Internal occipital crest

Internal occipital crest a ridge running from the internal occipital protuberance to the posterior margin of the foramen... Read More


rattle 1. A rapid succession of sharp, clattering sounds; as, the rattle of a drum. 2. Noisy, rapid talk. All this ado about... Read More

Brazil wood

Brazil wood 1. The wood of the oriental Caesalpinia Sapan; so called before the discovery of America. 2. A very heavy wood... Read More


Etp --> electron transport particles (Science: cell biology) fragments of mitochondria still capable of transporting... Read More

Buccinator crest

Buccinator crest a ridge passing from the base of the coronoid process of the mandible to the region of the last molar... Read More