Musk

(Mimulus) These hardy and tender herbs are natives of the Americas, Australia, Africa and Asia. They form clumps, 8 to 10 inches high and have heart-shaped to oblong-lanceolate leaves, 3 to 6 inches long. Their flowers are pouched, 1 to 2 inches across and may be cream, red, rose, yellow, or wine and are often marked with a contrasting color. M. cu
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musk

[n] - an odorous glandular secretion from the male musk deer 2. [n] - the scent of musk
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MuSK

Tyrosine kinase localized on the postsynaptic surface of the neuromuscular junction. Mice lacking MuSK fail to form neuromuscular junctions. MuSK is probably involved in agrin signalling, though it does not interact directly with agrin.
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Musk

Musk noun [ French musc , Latin muscus , Persian musk , from Sanskrit mushka testicle, orig., a little mouse. See Mouse , and cd. Abelmosk , Muscadel , Muscovy duck , Nutmeg .] 1. A substance of a reddish brown color, and when
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Musk

Musk (mŭsk) transitive verb To perfume with musk.
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musk

1. A substance of a reddish brown colour, and when fresh of the consistence of honey, obtained from a bag being behind the navel of the male musk deer. It has a slightly bitter taste, but is specially remarkable for its powerful and enduring odour. It is used in medicine as a stimulant antispasmodic. The term is also applied to secretions of variou
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musk

noun the scent of a greasy glandular secretion from the male musk deer
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musk

noun an odorous glandular secretion from the male musk deer; used as a perfume fixative
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Musk

• (n.) The perfume emitted by musk, or any perfume somewhat similar. • (n.) A plant of the genus Erodium (E. moschatum); -- called also musky heron`s-bill. • (n.) The musk plant (Mimulus moschatus). • (n.) The musk deer. See Musk deer (below). • (n.) A substance of a reddish brown color, and when fresh of the consistence of
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musk

substance obtained from the male musk deer and having a penetrating, persistent odour. It is used in the highest grades of perfume because of its ... [2 related articles]
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musk

musk, odorous substance secreted by an abdominal gland of the musk deer, used in perfume as a scent and fixative. The gland, found only in males, grows to the size of a hen's egg; the secretion is reddish-brown, with a honeylike consistency and a strong odor that may function in the animal as a sexu...
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Musk

Musk is a perennial plant Mimulus moschatus of the family Scrophulariaceae. It has small rectangular leaves which excrete a scent from which it takes its name.
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Musk

Musk is a substance used in perfume and obtained from the Musk-deer. Musk is also used in medicine as an antispasmodic.
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musk

In botany, perennial plant whose small oblong leaves give off the musky scent from which it takes its name; it is also called monkey flower. The name `musk` is also given to several other plants with a similar scent, including the musk mallow (Malva moschata) and the musk rose (Rosa moschata). (&l...
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Musk

a foul smelling substance produced by scent glands in the base of the tail of some reptiles. Discharging musk out the vent may discourage an attacker.
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musk

name for various plants having a musky odour; short for musk-hyacinth, musk-mallow, okro, musk-tree; in England now chiefly applied to Mimulus moschatus = musk-plant.
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MuSK

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Musk

Musk is a class of aromatic substances commonly used as base notes in perfumery. They include glandular secretions from animals such as the musk deer, numerous plants emitting similar fragrances, and artificial substances with similar odors. Musk was a name originally given to a substance with a penetrating odor obtained from a gland of the male m
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Musk

In Slovakia, common name for the Muscat grape, see Muscat Blanc .
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Musk

[disambiguation] Musk is a class of aromatic substances commonly used as base notes in perfumery. It may also refer to: ...
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