Reticulum

[Chinese astronomy] The modern constellation Reticulum is not included in the Three Enclosures and Twenty-Eight Mansions system of traditional Chinese uranography because its stars are too far south for observers in China to know about them prior to the introduction of Western star charts. Based on the work of Xu Guangqi and the German Jesu...
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reticulum

[n] - a small constellation in the southern hemisphere near Dorado and Hydrus 2. [n] - any fine network (especially one in the body composed of cells or blood vessels) 3. [n] - the second compartment of the stomach of a ruminant
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Reticulum

English name: The Net. Genitive name: Reticuli. Visibility: Never visible from the UK. See TABLE 20: THE CONSTELLATIONS.
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Reticulum

Re·tic'u·lum noun ; plural Reticula . [ Latin dim. of rete a net.] (Anat.) (a) The second stomach of ruminants, in which folds of the mucous membrane form hexagonal cells; -- also called the honeycomb stomach . (b) The neuroglia.
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reticulum

second stomach noun the second compartment of the stomach of a ruminant
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reticulum

(rә-tik´u-lәm) a small network, especially a protoplasmic network in cells. reticular tissue. endoplasmic reticulum an ultramicroscopic organelle of nearly all higher plant and animal cells, consisting of a system of membrane-bound cavities in the cytopl...
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Reticulum

• (n.) The neuroglia. • (n.) The second stomach of ruminants, in which folds of the mucous membrane form hexagonal cells; -- also called the honeycomb stomach.
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reticulum

(from the article `artiodactyl`) In the most advanced ruminants, the much enlarged stomach consists of four parts. These include the large rumen (or paunch), the reticulum, the ...
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Reticulum

[anatomy] The reticulum is the second chamber in the alimentary canal of a ruminant animal. Anatomically it is considered the smaller portion of the reticulorumen along with the rumen. Together these two compartments make up 84% of the volume of the total stomach. The reticulum is located between the rumen and the omasum. The reticulum is c...
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reticulum

a network. adj. reticulate.
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Reticulum

(abbr. Ret, gen. Reticuli) The Reticule, or Cross-hair (of a telescope`s eyepiece); a small, dim, southern constellation lying between Dorado to the northeast, Horologium to the northwest, and Hydrus. One of its few objects of interest to the amateur observer is the wide double,...
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reticulum

Type: Term Pronunciation: re-tik′yū-lŭm, -lă Definitions: 1. A fine network formed by cells, or formed of certain structures within cells or of connective tissue fibers between cells. 2. The second compartment of the stomach of a ruminant, a comparatively small chamber communicating with the rumen; sometimes called the honeycom...
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reticulum

diminutive of Latin rete = net; adjective - reticular.
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Reticulum

==History== A constellation in this area was introduced by Isaac Habrecht II in his celestial globe in 1621, who named it Rhombus. It was replaced with a somewhat different constellation by the French astronomer Nicolas Louis de Lacaille in the eighteenth century; during his stay at the Cape of Good Hope, he named the constellation le Réticule Rh...
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Reticulum

Second stomach of a ruminant containing microbial population that is capable of breaking down forages and roughages. Return on investment
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reticulum

second stomach of a ruminant. Breaks down fibers and forages.
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reticulum

The second compartment of the ruminant
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Reticulum

the second chamber of the ruminant digestive tract, used for sorting out fine plant particles for further fermentation.
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