Definición de plica en inglés:

plica

Silabificación: pli·ca
Pronunciación: /ˈplīkə
 
/

sustantivo

  • 1 (plural plicae /-kē, -sē/ or plicas) Anatomy A fold or ridge of tissue.
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    • These commarginal lirae broadly tongue dorsally across plicae and ventrally across interspaces.
    • Fibrosis of the tubal plicae was noticed in 35.5% of the specimens and was graded as mild, moderate, or severe.
    • Commissure crenulated at intersection with plicae and nodes posteriorly.
  • 1.1 Botany A small lobe between the petals of a flower.
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    • Loxochlamys having 13-15 prominent radial rounded-trigonal plicae that begin early in ontogeny and remain of moderate height throughout ontogeny.
    • In addition the plicae/petal size relationship was of the Gentians sap onaria type.
    • The Plica Triangularis extended into the right frontal lobe.
  • 2 Medicine A densely matted condition of the hair.
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    • Diseased hairshafts are likely to be more susceptible to Plica polonica.
    • It has been suggested that Plica Polonica may be associated with damage to sections of the cuticle.

Origen

mid 17th century: modern Latin, from medieval Latin, 'fold', from plicare 'to fold'.

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