Truncus

• (n.) The thorax of an insect. See Trunk, n., 5.
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truncus

(trung┬┤kәs) Latin word meaning trunk; a term used in anatomy. truncus arteriosus an artery connected with the fetal heart, developing into the aortic and pulmonary arches.
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truncus

(lymphaticus) Type: Term Synonyms: bronchomediastinal (lymphatic) trunk
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truncus

(lymphaticus) Type: Term Synonyms: jugular lymphatic trunk
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Truncus

[mathematics] where a, b, and c are given constants. The two asymptotes of a truncus are parallel to the coordinate axes. The basic truncus y = 1 / x2 has asymptotes at x = 0 and y = 0, and every other truncus can be obtained from this one through a combination of translations and dilations. For the general truncus form above, the constant ...
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truncus

Latin = trunk (of a tree).
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truncus

truncus The thorax of an insect.
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truncus

Type: Term Pronunciation: trŭn′kŭs, trun′sī Synonyms: trunk
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