auricle

(aw´rĭ-kәl) the projecting part of the ear lying outside the head; called also pinna. the ear-shaped appendage of either atrium of the heart; formerly used to designate the entire atrium.
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auricle

(from the article `atrium`) In humans the atria are the two upper chambers of the heart. Each is roughly cube-shaped except for an ear-shaped projection called an auricle. (The ...
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auricle

(or;1u-kul) 1.The fleshy pinna of the ear. 2.An ear-shaped appendage of each atrium of the heart.
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auricle

[n] - a small conical pouch projecting from the upper anterior part of each atrium of the heart 2. [n] - the externally visible cartilaginous structure of the external ear
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Auricle

• (n.) An angular or ear-shaped lobe. • (n.) An instrument applied to the ears to give aid in hearing; a kind of ear trumpet. • (n.) The external ear, or that part of the ear which is prominent from the head. • (n.) The chamber, or one of the two chambers, of the heart, by which the blood is received and transmitted to the ventr...
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auricle

<botany> An ear-shaped appendage at the base of a leaf, leaflet or corolla lobe. Adj. Auriculate. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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auricle

auricula atrii noun a small conical pouch projecting from the upper anterior part of each atrium of the heart
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Auricle

[botany] In botany, an auricle is a small ear-like projection from the base of a leaf or petal. ...
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Auricle

Au'ri·cle noun [ Latin auricula , dim. of auris ear. See Ear .] 1. (Anat.) (a) The external ear, or that part of the ear which is prominent from the head. (b) The chamber, or one of the two chambers, of the heart, by which the blood is received and ...
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Auricle

a lobe shaped like an ear at the base of a lamina
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Auricle

a lobe shaped like an ear at the base of a lamina
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Auricle

A pair of appendages protruding from the side of the grass leaf at the junction of the blade and the sheath. Auricles may be blunt, large and claw-like and may or may not have short hairs attached.
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auricle

a small ear-like appendage or lobe
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Auricle

a small earlike lobe or appendage
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Auricle

a small earlike lobe or appendage
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Auricle

An auricle is a heart chamber which receives blood.
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auricle

an ear shaped appendage at the base of a leaf, leaflet or corolla lobe; or an ear-like outgrowth at the base of the sheath of some grasses and other monocots. adj. auriculate, also used to describe a leaf base which has lobes on both sides of the petiole
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auricle

An ear-like appendage; sometimes used for a small outgrowth on the anther of some orchids.
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Auricle

An ear-like lobe.
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Auricle

An ear-shaped appendage to a leaf or stipule.
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Auricle

An ear-shaped part or appendage, as the projections at the base of some leaves and petals.
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Auricle

An earlikelobe or flap.
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auricle

Another name for the pinna, the external flap of the ear. The term was also once used as a synonym for the atrium (one of the two upper chambers of the heart). Ear-like appendages of the atria are still called auricles.
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auricle

auricle 1. The part of the external ear that projects outward from the head. 2. An ear-shaped muscular part that sticks out from the surface of each upper chamber atrium of the heart. 3. Etymology: from Latin auricula, 'little ear'. A term applied both to the pinna, or flap, of the ear; and also to the ear-shaped tip of the atrium of the heart.
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Auricle

Auricle: 1. The principal projecting part of the ear. Also called the pinna. 2. Something ear shaped such as the upper chambers of the heart. Also called the atria. Auricle is not to be confounded with oracle. Neither the pinna nor the atria possess oracular powers.
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