tubercle

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A round nodule, small eminence, or warty outgrowth found on bones especially for the attachment of a muscle or ligament. A small elevation on the surface of a tooth
A small rounded nodule forming the characteristic lesion of tuberculosis
A small rounded wartlike protuberance of the roots of some leguminous plants; the lip of certain orchids, cacti
A mass of hyphae from which a mushroom is produced
{n} a small swelling or tumor, a pimple
A small rounded projection or protuberance of the cuticle
Small white pimple-like spots found on the snout, gill covers, and leading rays of the Pectoral fins of male cyprinids when in breeding condition
{i} nodule; small rounded protrusion; small rounded swelling (Pathology); small swelling associated with the disease of tuberculosis (Pathology)
A small mass or aggregation of morbid matter; especially, the deposit which accompanies scrofula or phthisis
small nodule, usually related to or caused by M tuberculosis
A small raised area on a caterpillar which often has a bristle or other projection arising from it
small rounded wartlike protuberance on a plant
This is composed of a hard, grayish, or yellowish, translucent or opaque matter, which gradually softens, and excites suppuration in its vicinity
A small knoblike prominence or excrescence, whether natural or morbid; as, a tubercle on a plant; a tubercle on a bone; the tubercles appearing on the body in leprosy
a protuberance on a bone especially for attachment of a muscle or ligament
Nodule, hard swellings, e g On roots of leguminous plants harbouring nitrogen-fixing Bacillus
a pointed, rounded, or knoblike projection on the shell
A prominence on a bone
a swelling that is the characteristic lesion of tuberculosis
It is most frequently found in the lungs, causing consumption
The appressorium is already larger than the parasite seed, the contact to the host vessels is established The justification of the term "tubercle" from a morphological point of view is doubtful, as the term "haustorium" covers this developmental stage From the practical side this terminology however is useful in the case of the chemical control of Orobanche
tubercle bacillus
A rod-shaped aerobic bacterium (Mycobacterium tuberculosis) that causes tuberculosis
tubercle bacillus
cause of tuberculosis
tubercle bacillus
bacterium which causes tuberculosis (Medicine)
basal tubercle
A fleshy mass of tissue located at the junction of the a mushroom and its substrate
A tubercle
tuberculum
montgomery's tubercle
one of the sebaceous glands on the areolae of the breast that lubricate the breast during breast-feeding
tubercles
a little solid pimple or small button
tubercles
a nodule or swelling
tubercles
a small swelling at the base of the antenna located on the aphid's head
tubercle
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