Definición de mamelon en inglés:

mamelon

Saltos de línea: mam|elon
Pronunciación: /ˈmamɪlən
 
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sustantivo

Biology
  • A small rounded structure, e.g. the central knob of a tubercle on a sea urchin.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Associated with mamelons are canals called astrorhizae.
    • The only adults with mamelons have an ‘open bite,’ which means that the front teeth don't touch each other, and the wearing off of the mamelons doesn't take place.
    • The second type is similar to the first in having laminae and possibly pillars, yet it lacks the mamelons.

Origen

mid 19th century: from French, 'nipple', from mamelle 'breast', from Latin mamilla 'little breast'.

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