Utricle

A small, 1-seeded fruit in which the pericarp is thin, dry and easily removed from the seed. Return to Top V
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utricle

[n] - a small pouch into which the semicircular canals open
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Utricle

The name for the specific type of fruit produced by sedges (Carex sp.). The utricle is composed of a nutlet surround by and fused to a floral scale called a glume.
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utricle

A small bladder, a membranous bladder-like sac enclosing an ovary or fruit. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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utricle

utriculus noun a small pouch into which the semicircular canals open
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utricle

(u´trĭ-kәl) any small sac. the larger of the two divisions of the membranous labyrinth of the inner ear; it is the major organ of the vestibular system, which gives information about the position and movements of the head. prostatic utricle , urethral utricle ...
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Utricle

• (n.) A little sac or vesicle, as the air cell of fucus, or seaweed. • (n.) A microscopic cell in the structure of an egg, animal, or plant. • (n.) A small, thin-walled, one-seeded fruit, as of goosefoot. • (n.) A utriculus.
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utricle

utricle 1. The larger of two fluid-filled sacs in the labyrinth of the inner ear, into which the semicircular canals open. 2. The bladder-shaped fruit of some plants. 3. Etymology: directly or via French utricule from Latin utriculus, 'little leather bottle' from uter, 'leather bottle'.
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utricle

Also called the utriculus, a dilated portion of the membranous labyrinth within thee inner ear. It occupies the central part of the bony labyrinth, with the cochlea in front and the semicircular canals, which arise from the utricle, behind. Within the utricle a small projection, known as the macul...
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utricle

Type: Term Pronunciation: yū′tri-kĕl Definitions: 1. A small sac or pouch. A dilated portion of the membranous labyrinth receiving the ampullae of the semicircular canals; contains an area of sensory epithelium, the macula utriculi. Synonyms: utricle of vestibular labyrinth, sacculus communis, utriculus1
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utricle

diminutive of Latin uterus = womb.
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utricle

A small, bladdery or inflated
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utricle

(yoo;tru1-k'l) An enlarged portion of the membranous labyrinth, located within the vestibule of the inner ear.
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Utricle

a small, thin-walled, single-seeded, more or less bladdery-inflated fruit
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Utricle

Utricle (Latin: utriculus, diminutive of utur, meaining `leather bag`) can refer to: ...
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Utricle

[fruit] View of the Dome from the drum.. taken with a Kodak EasyShare ...
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utricle

a small bladder; a membranous bladder-like sac enclosing an ovary or fruit; in sedges a fruit in which the pericarp is larger than, and loosely encloses, the seed.
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Utricle

A small bladder; a bladdery 1-seeded fruit.
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utricle

small cavity or sac
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Utricle

a small, thin-walled, single-seeded, more or less bladdery-inflated fruit
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