a simplified leaf form, as a bud scale or a scale on a cotyledon or rhizome.
a simplified form of plant leaf, such as a scale leaf or cotyledon
cataphylaxis cataphylaxis cat·a·phy·lax·is (kāt’ə-fə-lāk’sĭs) n. Movement or transportation of white blood cells and antibodies to the site of infection. A deterioration or breakdown in the natural mechanisms by which the body resists infectious disease.
an aircraft designed to be launched by a catapult.
poultice. Historical Examples A plaster or cataplasm, with opium and camphor on the region of the stomach, will sometimes revert its retrograde motions. Zoonomia, Vol. II Erasmus Darwin And he jotted it down in his note-book, near the prices of Dare Devil and cataplasm. The Bill-Toppers Andre Castaigne This cataplasm is also highly commended by […]
Pathology. a condition characterized by sudden, brief attacks of muscle weakness sometimes causing the body to fall helplessly, that is usually triggered by strong emotion: often associated with narcolepsy. noun sudden temporary paralysis, brought on by severe shock a state of complete absence of movement assumed by animals while shamming death n. “the state of […]