diaphysis definition

  • noun:
    • Anatomy The shaft of an extended bone tissue.
    • The central shaft of every long bone
    • An abnormal prolongation of axis of inflorescence.
    • The shaft, or main component, of a bone, that is first ossified.
    • In botany, an abnormal elongation of axis of a flower or of an inflorescence; a form of prolification.
    • In physiology, the continuity of a bone between its two ends; the shaft of a lengthy bone tissue, as distinguished from the epiphyses or apophyses.
    • the key (middle) section of a long bone
    • Anatomy The shaft of a lengthy bone.
    • The central shaft of any lengthy bone tissue
    • An abnormal prolongation associated with axis of inflorescence.
    • The shaft, or primary part, of a bone, which is very first ossified.
    • In botany, an abnormal elongation of the axis of a flower or of an inflorescence; a type of prolification.
    • In anatomy, the continuity of a bone between its two finishes; the shaft of a lengthy bone tissue, as distinguished from the epiphyses or apophyses.
    • the primary (mid) portion of an extended bone

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