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Spinescence Spi*nes"cence, n.
The state or quality of being spinescent or spiny; also, a
spiny growth or covering, as of certain animals.
Spinescent Spi*nes"cent, a.[L. spinescens, -entis, p. pr. of
spinescere to know to grow thorny, fr. spina a thorn: cf. F.
Becoming hard and thorny; tapering gradually to a rigid,
leafless point; armed with spines. --Gray.
Meaning of Spines from wikipedia
- and memory through synaptic plasticity
, and prickles, needle-like structures
in plants SPINE
(molecular biology), an acronym
- developed keratinized penile spines along
and/or shaft, which
may be involved
in ****ual selection. These spines
have been described
- Dendritic spines serve
as a storage
site for synaptic strength
and help transmit electrical signals
to the neuron's cell body. Most spines
have a bulbous...
are variously described
as petiolar spines
(as in Fouquieria), leaflet spines
(as in Phoenix), or sti****r spines
(as in Euphorbia)...
- The spine
of the sca**** or sca****r spine
is a prominent plate
of bone, which crosses obliquely
four-fifths of the sca**** at its upper
- there extends backward
a thin and pointed triangular
eminence, the ischial spine
, more or less elongated
subjects. It can serve
as a landmark...
- 055 to 2.866 lb). They are well known
for their ornate
beauty, venomous spines
, and unique
tentacles. Juvenile lionfish
have a unique tentacle
- only rarely
changed. The vertebrae
of the cervical, thoracic
and lumbar spines
bones, and generally quite
similar. The vertebrae
- spines growing
on the back vertebrae
of Spinosaurus formed
of what is usually called
the animal's "sail". The lengths
of the neural spines
- lost true leaves, retaining
are highly modified
leaves. As well as defending against
help prevent water
loss by reducing...
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