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Definition of funicular cord. Meaning of funicular cord. Synonyms of funicular cord

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Definition of funicular cord

funicular cord
Umbilical Um*bil"ic*al, a. [Cf. F. ombilical. See Umbilic, n.] 1. (Anat.) Of or pertaining to an umbilicus, or umbilical cord; umbilic. 2. Pertaining to the center; central. [R.] --De Foe. Umbilical cord. (a) (Anat.) The cord which connects the fetus with the placenta, and contains the arteries and the vein through which blood circulates between the fetus and the placenta; the navel-string. (b) (Bot.) The little stem by which the seeds are attached to the placenta; -- called also funicular cord. Umbilical hernia (Med.), hernia of the bowels at the umbilicus. Umbilical point (Geom.), an umbilicus. See Umbilicus, 5. Umbilical region (Anat.), the middle region of the abdomen, bounded above by the epigastric region, below by the hypogastric region, and on the sides by the lumbar regions. Umbilical vesicle (Anat.), a saccular appendage of the developing embryo, containing the nutritive and unsegmented part of the ovum; the yolk sac. See Illust. in Appendix.

Meaning of funicular cord from wikipedia

- network, while the hyphae of the funicular cord are arranged in a twisted form like a rope. further, the funicular cord, known to be highly elastic and
- the funicular cord, formerly coiled under pressure in the lower part of the purse. the peridioles, followed by the highly adhesive funicular cord and
- followed by their funicular cord and basal hapteron. when they hit a nearby plant stem or stick, the hapteron sticks to it, and the funicular cord wraps around
- cup in some species. some species have a sticky trailing thread, a funicular cord, attached to the peridiole. if that thread encounters a twig on its
- and middle piece is a coiled thread of interwoven hyphae called the funicular cord, attached at one end to the peridiole and at the other end to an entangled
- attached to the endoperidium by a strand called a funicular cord. made of mycelia, the funicular cord tends to wither away and disappear as the fruiting