Rectovesical muscle



rectovesical muscle rec·to·ves·i·cal muscle (rěk’tō-věs’ĭ-kəl)
n.
Smooth muscle fibers in the folds in the male that extend backward from the sides of the bladder on either side of the rectum to the sacrum.

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  • Rectrices

    noun, plural rectrices [rek-trahy-seez, rek-truh-seez] /rɛkˈtraɪ siz, ˈrɛk trəˌsiz/ (Show IPA). Ornithology. 1. one of the tail feathers of a bird controlling direction during flight. noun (pl) rectrices (ˈrɛktrɪˌsiːz; rɛkˈtraɪsiːz) 1. any of the large stiff feathers of a bird’s tail, used in controlling the direction of flight

  • Rectrix

    noun, plural rectrices [rek-trahy-seez, rek-truh-seez] /rɛkˈtraɪ siz, ˈrɛk trəˌsiz/ (Show IPA). Ornithology. 1. one of the tail feathers of a bird controlling direction during flight. noun (pl) rectrices (ˈrɛktrɪˌsiːz; rɛkˈtraɪsiːz) 1. any of the large stiff feathers of a bird’s tail, used in controlling the direction of flight



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