Definition of Portae. Meaning of Portae. Synonyms of Portae

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Definition of Portae

Portae
Porta Por"ta, n.; pl. Port[ae]. [L., a gate. See Port a hole.] (Anat.) (a) The part of the liver or other organ where its vessels and nerves enter; the hilus. (b) The foramen of Monro. --B. G. Wilder.

Meaning of Portae from wikipedia

- mesenteric vein, pancreatic vein Drains to liver sinusoid Identifiers Latin vena portae hepatis MeSH D011169 TA98 A12.3.12.001 TA2 5092 FMA 50735 Anatomical terminology...
- releasing a solo album The Toerag Sessions (2015). Other projects include Vena Portae (with Dom Coyote and Ruben Engzell) and Applewood Road (with Amy Speace...
- Cyperus portae-tartari is a sedge of the family Cyperaceae that is native to Australia. The robust perennial sedge typically grows to a height of 0.2 to...
- Asperula portae is a species of flowering plant in the family Rubiaceae. It was first described in 2010 and is endemic to Italy. "Asperula portae". Plants...
- Holcocera portae is a moth in the family Blastobasidae which is endemic to Costa Rica. David Adamski (2002). "Holcocerini of Costa Rica (Lepidoptera: Gelechioidea:...
- Santa Maria Portae Paradisi is a catholic church in Rome, in the Rione Campo Marzio, along via di Ripetta. The church, already known in the 9th century...
- men are created equal". — Abraham Lincoln, Gettysburg Address. "Patent portae; proficiscere!" ("The gates are open; depart!") — Cicero, In Catilinam 1...
- cells, astrocytes and tanyocytes. Glucose enters the liver via the vena portae and is stored there as a cellular glycogen. In the liver cell, it is phosphorylated...
- his works in French and English is carried on by the legally registered Portae Lucis ****ociation in France. Book I: The Fundamentals of Esoteric Knowledge...
- The Amanian Gate (Latin: Amani Portae) or Bahçe P**** (Turkish: Bahçe Geçidi), also known as the Am**** P**** or Amanides Pylae (Ἀμανίδες or Ἀμανικαί Πύλαι...
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