noun, plural serosas, serosae
[si-roh-see, -zee] /sɪˈroʊ si, -zi/ (Show IPA)
Embryology, Zoology.

the chorion.
a similar membrane in insects and other lower invertebrates.

serous membrane.
another name for serous membrane
one of the thin membranes surrounding the embryo in an insect’s egg

serosa se·ro·sa (sĭ-rō’sə, -zə)
n. pl. se·ro·sas or se·ro·sae (-sē, -zē)

See serous membrane.

The chorion of a bird or reptile embryo.


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