corpuscle definition

  • noun:
    • An unattached human anatomy mobile, such as for instance a blood or lymph cell.
    • A rounded globular size of cells, like the force receptor on specific nerve endings.
    • A discrete particle, particularly a photon or an electron.
    • a moment globular particle.
    • one minute particle; an atom; a molecule.
    • A protoplasmic pet cell; esp., eg float free, like blood, lymph, and pus corpuscles; or eg tend to be embedded in an intercellular matrix, like connective tissue and cartilage corpuscles.
    • An unattached human body cellular, including a blood or lymph cell.
    • A minute particle; an atom; a molecule.
    • A rounded globular mass of cells, including the pressure receptor on certain nerve endings.
    • A protoplasmic animal cellular; esp., such as for instance float free, like blood, lymph, and pus corpuscles; or such as for example are imbedded in an intercellular matrix, like connective structure and cartilage corpuscles. See Blood.
    • A discrete particle, such as for example a photon or an electron.
    • An electron.
    • one minute globular particle.
    • a moment particle, molecule, or atom of matter.
    • a moment particle; an atom; a molecule.
    • In zoology and anatomy, some little body regarded on it's own and characterized by a qualifying term: often a body of microscopic size; a cell. See phrases below.
    • A protoplasmic pet cellular; esp., such float no-cost, like blood, lymph, and pus corpuscles; or such as for instance tend to be embedded in an intercellular matrix, like connective tissue and cartilage corpuscles.
    • In botany, especially, one of the huge cells inside the endosperm and nearby the summit regarding the embryo sac in gymnosperms, where after fertilization an embryo is developed: so-named by R. Brown.
    • a moment particle; an atom; a molecule.
    • Same as corposant.
    • A protoplasmic pet mobile; esp., eg float no-cost, like blood, lymph, and pus corpuscles; or eg tend to be imbedded in an intercellular matrix, like connective structure and cartilage corpuscles. See Blood.
    • associated with the kidney, small globular public of dark-red shade, based in the cortical compound of organ, consisting of a central glomerulus of blood-vessels (the Malpighian tuft), as well as a membranous pill the beginning of a uriniferous tubule.
    • An electron.
    • one minute particle, molecule, or atom of matter.
    • In zoology and physiology, some little human body regarded by itself and characterized by a qualifying term: usually a body of microscopic size; a cell. See phrases below.
    • In botany, particularly, one of many huge cells inside the endosperm and nearby the summit of embryo sac in gymnosperms, where after fertilization an embryo is created: so-named by R. Brown.
    • Same as corposant.
    • In electricity, a body smaller compared to an atom, assumed to spell out the phenomena of electric discharges in fumes, as well as radioactivity.
    • associated with renal, small globular public of dark-red color, found in the cortical substance for the organ, comprising a central glomerulus of blood-vessels (the Malpighian tuft), and of a membranous pill which is the start of a uriniferous tubule.
    • either of 2 kinds of cells (erythrocytes and leukocytes) and sometimes including platelets
    • In electricity, a body smaller than an atom, assumed to describe the phenomena of electric discharges in gases, as well as radioactivity.
    • (nontechnical use) a small little bit of something
    • either of 2 kinds of cells (erythrocytes and leukocytes) and often including platelets
    • (nontechnical usage) a tiny piece of anything

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