A minute opening in a surface, especially the skin or integument of an organism, through which gases, liquids, or microscopic particles may pass
Be absorbed in reading or studying (something)
sweat poured from every pore in his body
they pored over a map of Eastern Europe
A pore or air-filled pocket in a surface or material; (Botany) a stoma in a leaf; a similar structure in the thallus or receptacle of certain liverworts.
A thin area in the wall of a fungal spore through which a germ tube may emerge during germination.
A particular region of a surface in which pores are situated.
Resembling or characteristic of a pore.
A nectar-secreting gland in a flower, typically located near the base of a petal.
Zoology a simple pore that functions as a mouth in certain flatworms.
(In rhombiferan echinoderms) a diamond-shaped group of surface perforations and canals shared between two thecal plates, believed to have served a respiratory function.
(In various invertebrates and some lower vertebrates) an orifice through which sperm or eggs are released.
Any of numerous circular structures in the nuclear envelope which contain an opening which allows the passage of molecules between the nucleus and surrounding cytoplasm.
The pressure exerted by a fluid filling the pores of a soil or rock.
The octahedral ring of protein units which forms a nuclear pore.
A pore or cavity with dimensions of only a few nanometres
Water contained in pores in soil or rock