septum

Literally a separating wall. Mainly applied to the structure composed of plasmalemmae and cell wall material formed in cell division in prokaryotes and fungi. Also applied to the sealing layers in various packages of sterile fluids, or barriers through which injections, needles etc. may be passed.

Septum

Anatomical term meaning a division or fence. Often applied to the `wall` between paired structures e.g. the heart chambers and the nostrils

Septum

A partition or cross-wall, as of a hypha or a spore. Hyphal septa are discoid with a central pore.

Septum

The muscular wall dividing a chamber on the left side of the heart from the chamber on the right.
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septum

Partition which divides up a larger region into smaller ones, such as in the central body cavity of some anthozoa.
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septum

A cross wall in a hypha or spore. (Pl. septa.)
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septum

[n] - a partition or wall especially in an ovary 2. [n] - (anatomy) dividing partition between two tissues or cavities
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Septum

A dividing wall within a body part, e.g., the space inside the nose is divided into two channels by a dividing wall (septum).
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Septum

A membrane wall separating two or more cavities, such as the one between the nasal fossae and those separating the air sacs (alveoli) of the lungs.
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septum

A bony structure separating the nasal cavities
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Septum

a thin wall dividing two cavities, such as between the nose
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Septum

A dividing partition between two tissues or cavities.
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Septum

Septum: A word borrowed from the Latin 'saeptum' meaning a 'dividing wall or enclosure.' Common Misspellings: septem
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Septum

Sep'tum noun ; plural Septa . [ Latin septum , saeptum , an inclosure, hedge, fence, from sepire , saepire , to hedge in, inclose.] 1. A wall separating two cavities; a partition; as, the nasal septum . 2. (Botany) A pa...
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septum

A dividing wall or partition, a general term for such a structure. The term is often used alone to refer to the septal area or to the septum pellucidum. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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septum

noun (anatomy) a dividing partition between two tissues or cavities
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septum

(sep´tәm) pl. sep´ta Latin word meaning a partition. In anatomy, it is used for a wall or partition dividing a body space or cavity. Some are membranous, some are osseous, and some are cartilaginous; each is named according to its location. adj., sep´tal., adj. nasal septum.
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Septum

• (n.) A wall separating two cavities; a partition; as, the nasal septum. • (n.) One of the transverse partitions dividing the body cavity of an annelid. • (n.) One of the transverse partitions dividing the shell of a mollusk, or of a rhizopod, into several chambers. See Illust. under Nautilus. • (n.) A partition that separates ...
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septum

a dividing wall or partition; (NA) a general term for such a structure. The term is often used alone to refer to the septal area or to the septum pellucidum.
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Septum

A partition separating two cavities or parts.
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septum

A thin dividing wall within or between parts of the body – e.g. the nasal septum is the cartilage and bony partition that separates the two nasal chambers (nostrils). In the heart, the atria (upper chambers) are separated by a partition known as the interatrial septum; the ventricles (lower ch...
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Septum

A septum is a partition which separates two cavities, such as of the nostrils. The 'septum' is the name given to the septum comprised of a thick muscular wall that divides the heart lengthwise into the left and right sides. Before birth, an opening known as the foramen ovale in the septum allows oxygen from the mother to flow directly from the righ...
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septum

Type: Term Pronunciation: sep′tŭm, -tī, -tă Definitions: 1. A thin wall dividing two cavities or masses of softer tissue. 2. In fungi, a wall; usually a cross-wall in a hypha. 3. In nasal anatomy, the sagittal partition dividing the nasal airways, formed by the vomerine crest, quadrilateral cartilage, and perpendicular plate of...
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Septum

The line extending vertically between the nostrils.
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Septum

A wall that divides a cavity in half, such as the uterine septum.
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