Definition of Apophysis. Meaning of Apophysis. Synonyms of Apophysis

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Definition of Apophysis

Apophysis
Apophysis A*poph"y*sis, n.; pl. -ses. [NL., fr. Gr. ? offshoot, process of a bone, fr. ? to grow from; ? from + ?, ?, to grow.] 1. (Anat.) A marked prominence or process on any part of a bone. 2. (Bot.) An enlargement at the top of a pedicel or stem, as seen in certain mosses. --Gray.

Meaning of Apophysis from wikipedia

- Apophysis may refer to: A tubercle (bone) Apophysis (spider), an outgrowth of the exoskeleton in spiders and other arachnids In botany, an outgrowth or...
- Apophysis is an open source fractal flame editor and renderer for Microsoft Windows and Macintosh. Apophysis has many features for creating and editing...
- Theraphosa apophysis is a species of spider in the family Theraphosidae, found in Venezuela and Brazil. Theraphosa apophysis generally resembles Theraphosa...
- Carapace Carpoblem: The prin****l tibial apophysis on the male pedipalp; also just called the tibial apophysis Cephalic region: The front part of the cephalothorax...
- fracture. This injury should be differentiated from the developmental "apophysis" which is the secondary ossification center of the metatarsal bone. It...
- a clade. apopetalous Having separate petals, not fused (sympetalous). apophysis 1.  The external part of a cone scale. 2.  An outgrowth of an organ or...
- A piece generated in Apophysis...
- largest tarantula in the world (behind Theraphosa blondi and Theraphosa apophysis; however, the largest spider in terms of leg-span is the giant huntsman...
- sclerite in the second group (Te in the images), along with the median apophysis (mA in images 1 and 2) and the conductor (where present) the distal haematodocha...
- fracture -Tuberosity: Pseudo-Jones fracture (avulsion fracture). Normal anatomy: - Apophysis: Normal at 10 - 16 years. - Os vesalianum, an accessory bone....
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