filum definition

  • noun:
    • A threadlike anatomical structure; a filament.
    • A threadlike anatomical structure; a filament.
    • A threadlike anatomical structure; a filament.
    • a filamentous anatomical structure
    • a filamentous anatomical structure
    • A thread; a filament, fibril, or good dietary fiber; a filar structure.
    • a filamentous anatomical framework
    • A thread; a filament, fibril, or fine fibre; a filar construction.
    • In musical notation, the stem or tail of an email.
    • In musical notation, the stem or tail of a note.
    • A thread; a filament, fibril, or good fiber; a filar construction.
    • In music notation, the stem or tail of a note.
    • A hair-like procedure on the radius of down-feathers in a few birds.
    • A hair-like process regarding distance associated with down-feathers in certain wild birds.
    • a threadlike structure (as a chainlike group of cells)
    • a threadlike framework (as a chainlike a number of cells)
    • A threadlike anatomical construction; a filament.
    • A hair-like procedure regarding the distance of this down-feathers in certain wild birds.
    • a filamentous anatomical construction
    • a threadlike structure (as a chainlike variety of cells)
    • A thread; a filament, fibril, or good fibre; a filar construction.
    • In musical notation, the stem or tail of an email.
    • A hair-like procedure in the radius for the down-feathers in certain wild birds.
    • a threadlike construction (as a chainlike series of cells)
    • A threadlike anatomical construction; a filament.
    • A threadlike anatomical construction; a filament.
    • a filamentous anatomical structure
    • A threadlike anatomical framework; a filament.
    • a filamentous anatomical construction
    • A threadlike anatomical framework; a filament.
    • a filamentous anatomical structure
    • A thread; a filament, fibril, or good dietary fiber; a filar framework.
    • A thread; a filament, fibril, or good dietary fiber; a filar construction.
    • a filamentous anatomical framework
    • In music notation, the stem or end of a note.
    • A thread; a filament, fibril, or good fibre; a filar construction.
    • In musical notation, the stem or tail of a note.
    • A hair-like procedure from the radius regarding the down-feathers in certain wild birds.
    • In musical notation, the stem or tail of an email.
    • A thread; a filament, fibril, or fine fibre; a filar construction.
    • A hair-like process regarding radius regarding the down-feathers in some wild birds.
    • A hair-like process regarding the distance associated with the down-feathers in certain birds.
    • a threadlike construction (as a chainlike number of cells)
    • In musical notation, the stem or end of a note.
    • a threadlike structure (as a chainlike group of cells)
    • A hair-like procedure regarding the distance regarding the down-feathers in certain wild birds.
    • a threadlike construction (as a chainlike group of cells)
    • a threadlike framework (as a chainlike a number of cells)

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