crista

A helmet crest.

Crista

Inner membrane in a mitochondrion, site of respiration.

crista

Type: Term Pronunciation: kris′tă, -tē Synonyms: crest
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crista

Latin, meaning: crest, plume / rooster's comb
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Crista

Helmet crest.
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crista

Synonym: crest. ... Origin: L. Crest ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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crista

(kris´tә) pl. cris´tae Latin word meaning crest. cristae cutis dermal ridges. crista galli a thick, triangular process projecting upward from the cribriform plate of the ethmoid bone.
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crista

(from the article `algae`) ...and the latter breaking them down. The inner membrane of the mitochondrion is infolded to a great extent, and this provides the surface area ... ...and in the kidney, where the process of excretion begins. Mitochondria have an outer membrane, which allows the passage of most small molecules ... In mitoch...
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crista

crista (singular), cristae (plural) Crest; a ridge or crest; specifically, in various anatomical and zoological senses..
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crista

Latin = crest, crista galli = the (median) crest of a cock.
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crista

(kris;tua) A crest, such as the crista galli that extends superiorly from the cribriform plate of the ethmoid bone.
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Crista

A crista (pl. cristæ) is a fold in the inner membrane of a mitochondrion. The cristae give the inner mitochondrial membrane its characteristic wrinkled shape providing a large amount of surface area for chemical reactions to occur on. This aids aerobic cellular respiration (since the mitochondrion requires oxygen). Cristae are studded with protei...
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crista

ridge or fold resembling a crest
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