10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CICATRICLE»
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The Quarterly Journal of Foreign Medicine and Surgery and of ...
The chalazes and cicatricle always observe determinate relative positions, the
cicatricle being constantly situated on the equator of the sphere, of which the
chalazes occupy the poles, or nearly the poles, for these membranes are not
Elements of botany: or, outlines of the natural history of ...
1. imperfeclvs, imperfect; an embryo which, to use the words of Gartner, is "
merely potential," as being formed from the germinating cicatricle alone. 2.
incompletus, incomplete; formed of a simple, fixed radicle alone. 3. perfectus,
William Paul Crillon Barton, Benjamin Smith Barton, 1836
The Sensible Cook: Dutch Foodways in the Old and the New World
About All Sorts of Baked and Cooked (Items], etc. To make a tasty Kandeel [drink]
.26 Take a pint of water and a pint of Rhenish wine, beat 6 Eggs without the
Cicatricle [membranous thread] very well, stir them together, place it on the fire
until it ...
The London Medical and Physical Journal
I believe the epidermis is not united after being cut, abraded, or lacerated, without
its formation of cicatricle. It is this perhaps which is principally the occasion of the
characteristic depression in the centre of the cow-pock, from its earliest ...
A Dictionary of the English Language: Intended to Exhibi ... ...
The frog-hopper, or flea locust ; a genus of insects of many species. CICATRICLE
, n. [L. cicatricula, from cicatrix.] The germinating or fetal point in the embryo of a
seed or the yelk of an egg ; as, " germinating cicatricle." Barton. CIC'ATRISIVE, a.
The Annals and Magazine of Natural History: Zoology, Botany, ...
Contrary to what happens in the case of Porcsllio, to the embryogeny of which I
have devoted a recently published memoir *, the cicatricle does not commence
by surrounding the entire ovum, to give rise afterwards to the appendages ; it ...
Flora of the U.S.S.R.: Compositae Giseke (altern. Asteraceae ...
Achenes inversely ovoid, compressed to base, with lateral linear cicatricle;
pappus whitish-reddish or pale-red 1 . C. crupinastrum (Moris) Vis. + Achenes
short-cylindrical, truncated, not compressed, with basal round cicatricle; pappus ...
Vladimir L. Komarov, 1998
Comprehensive Fictinary of the World
The germinating or foetal point in the embryo of a seed or the yolk of an egg; as,
germinating cicatricle. CICATRICOSE, or CICATROSE, .n'ck'-a-tre-koze, sick'a-
troze, n. (LaI./ Covered with scars. ClCATBl8ANT.—-S88 Cicatrizant. Crcsnusrvs
The Medical and Physical Journal
... intervening rete mucosum has been destroyed, but which, after a number of
years, is sometimes restored, when the little eschar or cicatricle completely
disappears. In all these provisions in the animal economy, may we not see the
An Encyclopaedia of Gardening, Comprising the Theory and ...
These, according to Geertner, are exemplified in the fuci, ferns, and fungi, the
embryo being merely a germinating cicatricle imbedded in the surface of a
vitellus which forms the mass of the iced. But Hed wig, to whose opinions on this
John Claudius Loudon, 1822
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The Man Called D. Twe
He was light in complexion, with a cicatricle on his forehead, a mark that distinguished people of Klao ethnic group from other indigenous tribes ... «Perspective, Jun 14»