Adnation



adnate condition.
Historical Examples

The huge size of some trees has been, in some cases, attributed to the adnation of different stems.
Vegetable Teratology Maxwell T. Masters

adnation, or Consolidation, is the union of the members of parts belonging to different circles of the flower .
The Elements of Botany Asa Gray

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    adnerval adnerval ad·ner·val (ād-nûr’vəl) adj. Lying near a nerve. Flowing toward a nerve. Used of an electric current passing through a muscle.

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    adneural adneural ad·neu·ral (ād-nur’əl, -nyur’-) adj. Adnerval.



  • Adnexa

    parts added, attached, or adjunct to another or others, as the eyelids and tear glands in relation to the eyeball. plural noun (anatomy) adjoining organs, esp of the uterus adnexa ad·nex·a (ād-něk’sə) or an·nex·a (ā-něk’sə) pl.n. Accessory or adjoining anatomical parts, such as ovaries and oviducts in relation to the uterus. ad·nex’al or an·nex’al adj.

  • Adnexal

    parts added, attached, or adjunct to another or others, as the eyelids and tear glands in relation to the eyeball. plural noun (anatomy) adjoining organs, esp of the uterus adnexa ad·nex·a (ād-něk’sə) or an·nex·a (ā-něk’sə) pl.n. Accessory or adjoining anatomical parts, such as ovaries and oviducts in relation to the uterus. ad·nex’al or an·nex’al adj.



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