Tubercle

A projection. Rounded protuberance.

Tubercle

A small, rounded, discrete hump or bump in skin (Peters 1964).
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Tubercle

A tubercle is generally a wart-like projection, but it has slightly different meaning depending on which family of plants or animals it is used to refer to. In the case of certain orchids and cacti, it denotes a round nodule, small eminence, or warty outgrowth found on the lip. They are also known as podaria (singular podarium). When referring to ...
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Tubercle

.A small tuber, or rounded protruding body.
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tubercle

(from the article `Caryophyllales`) ...to absorb light. The stems of the epiphytes and many of the climbing cacti usually remain thin, however, as much of their water must be absorbed ...
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tubercle

(from the article `tuberculosis`) ...of tubercle bacilli that may be inhaled by a healthy person. There the bacilli become trapped in the tissues of the body, are surrounded by immune ...
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tubercle

(L: tuber lump, swelling; tuberculum small lump) a small knoblike process in the skin of an animal.
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tubercle

(too┬┤bәr-kәl) a nodule or small eminence, especially one on a bone, for attachment of a tendon; see also tuber and tuberosity. Called also tuberculum. the characteristic lesion of tuberculosis, a small round gray translucent granulomatous lesion, usually with central caseation. It is made up of modif...
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tubercle

(too;ber-k'l) A small, elevated process on a bone.
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tubercle

[n] - a swelling that is the characteristic lesion of tuberculosis
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Tubercle

• (n.) A small mass or aggregation of morbid matter; especially, the deposit which accompanies scrofula or phthisis. This is composed of a hard, grayish, or yellowish, translucent or opaque matter, which gradually softens, and excites suppuration in its vicinity. It is most frequently found in the lungs, causing consumption. • (n.) A smal...
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tubercle

<microbiology> Chronic inflammatory focus, a granuloma, caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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tubercle

noun a swelling that is the characteristic lesion of tuberculosis
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Tubercle

[anatomy] In anatomy, the term tubercle may describe a round nodule, small eminence, or warty outgrowth found on bones or skin, or, in cases of tuberculosis, in the lungs. In addition to the types that exist in or on humans (as well as certain other animals) as described below, they are also found on the leading edge of Humpback Whale`s fli...
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tubercle

A calcified and hard protuberance.
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Tubercle

a knoblike projection
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Tubercle

a knoblike projection
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Tubercle

A rounded or pointed projection, in reference to scale shape.
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tubercle

a small fleshy projection on the neck of some turtles
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Tubercle

A small knob like or rounded protuberance.
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Tubercle

A small knob-like or rounded protuberance.
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Tubercle

A small rounded elevation of eminence on a bone.
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Tubercle

A small swelling, nodule or projection.
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tubercle

a small wart-like outgrowth.
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Tubercle

a small, rounded projection.
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