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Lexicographically close words:
glances; glancing; gland; glandered; glanders; glandular; glans; glare; glared; glares
  1. The gonads themselves are extremely simple arborescent glands which open to the exterior by two simple ducts, one right and one left, continuous with the tubular branches of the gonads.

  2. The glands secrete hippuric acid which passes from the pericardium into the renal organs.

  3. In Unionidae and several other forms the pericardial glands are extended into diverticula of the pericardium which penetrate the mantle and constitute the organ of Heber.

  4. There one of his comrades playfully lifted him by the head, and to this it was imputed that he was seized with disease of the glands of the neck, so severe as to put a stop to his military career.

  5. No accessory glands or copulatory organs are ever present in Lamellibranchs.

  6. The skin of fishes is rather thick and tough, and abounds in glands that secrete mucus, and in cells that secrete the hardening, or protective, denticles and scales that form the coat of most species, and which differ widely.

  7. The skin also contains many mucus glands and other larger glands, especially on the back.

  8. The coxal glands belonging to the post-branchial appendages of the invertebrate ancestor are represented by the pronephric tubules, and existed over the whole metasomatic region.

  9. Further, these researches of Kowalewsky suggest in the very strongest manner that whenever by such means new, hitherto unsuspected glands are discovered, such glands must belong to the excretory system, i.

  10. The structure of these glands is better shown by means of sagittal sections.

  11. Segmental coxal glands of arthropods and of vertebrates.

  12. Crustacea, and therefore represent the missing coxal glands of the branchial region.

  13. The testes secrete semen in the same manner that the salivary glands do their fluid or juice.

  14. The salivary glands also are a similar complication, and in this series therefore they make their appearance.

  15. They are bundles of ramified Vorticellæ, a thoracic duct full of glands and roots, which absorbs nutriment out of the sea, instead of an intestine.

  16. Upon a higher stage, salivary glands are also developed on the intestine, and will here likewise begin for the first time to appear--Salivary animals, Snails.

  17. As the separation of the substances composing the ovum is an advancing-step towards their improvement, so also is the removal of the albumen-glands from the vitelline sac a nobler condition.

  18. Since it is here the tegument, which undertakes the offices of the whole body; the vessels, liver, and salivary glands are wanting unto the intestine.

  19. In the oral cavity, however, the glands of the intestinal canal are repeated.

  20. The salivary glands are the liver in the head, as the mouth is its stomach.

  21. Lastly, the renal glands are such a kind of vascular organ, or branchiæ of the sexual parts; they also begin to be astir in this series.

  22. Mammæ are only the vascular bundles of the oviduct placed in the direction outwards, or albumen-glands of the integument.

  23. The salivary glands secrete fluid, like the pancreatic glands.

  24. The functions of the swell-glands are unimpaired.

  25. Hamilton reports a case of hypertrophied glands in a woman of thirty-two, which, within the short space of a year, reached the combined weight of 52 pounds.

  26. At twenty-five he found them strong and muscular, their mammary glands wholly undeveloped, and the normal growth of pubic hairs absent.

  27. Two accessory glands and nipples below them were small and did not excrete milk.

  28. It is impossible to account for the accessory glands on the theory of reversion, as they occur with no regularity in situation, but may develop at odd places on the body.

  29. The effects of drugs administered and eliminated by the mammary glands and transmitted to the child at the breast are well known, and have been witnessed by nearly every physician, and, as in cases of strong metallic purges, etc.

  30. The sublingual glands were adherent to the under part of the tongue and were red and over-developed.

  31. He had menstruated for three years in this manner: a fluid exuded from the sebaceous glands of the deep fossa behind the corona glandis; this fluid was of the same appearance as the menstrual flux.

  32. The glands enlarged twelve hours after the fever began, and sometimes suppurated in nonfatal cases in a short time.

  33. The glands in the right axilla and the groin were much enlarged.

  34. All the other glands and nipples gave milk in large quantities.

  35. There was still swelling of the inguinal glands on both sides, but otherwise the operation was very successful.

  36. Sweat is the fluid excreted from the sudoriferous glands of the skin.

  37. These glands are not usually found where there is no hair, as on the palm of the hand, and hence at those points only can water readily soak through the skin into the body.

  38. These glands are often enlarged by disease, and then are easily felt.

  39. It is of some thickness, and is made of little glands bound up together with that stringy fibrous packing material which anatomists call connective tissue.

  40. The Mumps are an inflammation of the parotid and submaxillary glands (see p.

  41. Each vial would then represent one of the glands of this coat, one of the gastric or peptic glands, as they are called.

  42. Illustration: Lymphatics in the Leg, with Glands at the Hip.

  43. The skin is thus exercised, as it were, and the sudoriparous and sebaceous glands are set at work.

  44. This fluid, probably in great measure an overflow from the blood vessels, is gathered up by the lymphatics, undergoes in the glands some process of preparation not well understood, and is then returned to the circulation.

  45. We usually speak of a boy’s sexual glands as being wholly inactive, having nothing to do until he reaches puberty.

  46. The mind has the power to stimulate many of the glands of the body to greater activity.

  47. After puberty dawns, impure thinking and all impure states of the mind will so stimulate the sexual glands that they will secrete more semen than the body can absorb.

  48. This causes a rush of blood to the genital glands and stimulates them to unusual activity.

  49. The testicles and the glands on the inside are inactive until he reaches the age of fourteen and a half.

  50. Suppose that when these roosters were small one of them had been caponized, that is, his glands had been removed, what would have been the result?

  51. The blood flows freely to the glands and they secrete saliva many times as fast as they would when the mind is engaged in other things.

  52. The (7) indicates where these glands would be if placed in the cut.

  53. The mind has the power to excite to greater than normal activity many of the glands of the body.

  54. The mind has the power to stimulate many of the glands of the body to unusual activity.

  55. At about this age the glands become active and begin to slowly form from the blood a fluid called semen.

  56. This shows that these glands are active, that they generate energy, even before puberty, which is essential to their health and the development of every part of the boy.

  57. In the mucous membrane of these external organs of sex are thousands of little glands that secrete a foul, filthy substance called smegma.

  58. Habitual spitting incites the salivary glands to excessive secretion, thereby weakening the system to a surprising extent, and probably lowering nutrition.

  59. It is a positive fact that the gastric secretion can at any time be produced by simply stimulating the salivary glands with tobacco.

  60. Defn: A disease of brute animals, especially of horses, seated in the glands under the ear, where a tumor is formed which sometimes ends in suppuration.

  61. Defn: A disease in horses and swine, in which the upper part of the throat, or groups of lymphatic glands elsewhere, swells.

  62. An organ for secreting something to be used in, or eliminated from, the body; as, the sebaceous glands of the skin; the salivary glands of the mouth.

  63. Defn: The secretion formed by the glands of the mouth; spitle; saliva; sputum.

  64. Defn: Situated in front of the leg or thigh; as, the precrural glands of the horse.

  65. Defn: Any plant of the genus Drosera, low bog plants whose leaves are beset with pediceled glands which secrete a viscid fluid that glitters like dewdrops and attracts and detains insects.

  66. Defn: The simple tubular glands of the small intestines; -- called also crypts of Lieberkühn.

  67. A fluid secreted in small by certain glands (probably the glands of Lieberkühn) of the small intestines.

  68. Meibomian glands, the slender sebaceous glands of the eyelids, which discharge, through minute orifices in the edges of the lids, a fatty secretion serving to lubricate the adjacent parts.

  69. The secretions from the individual salivary glands have their own special characteristics, and these are not the same in all animals.

  70. After an insect is caught, the glands curve inward like tentacles and the leaf digests it.

  71. Defn: Acid; producing acid; -applied especially to certain glands and cells in the stomach.

  72. It has scent glands which secrete a substance having a strong odor of musk.

  73. Defn: An unorganized proteolytic ferment or enzyme contained in the secretory glands of the stomach.

  74. Rieger puts it, that the loss of the male germ glands in maturer age should exert no new influence on the psychic life of the individual.

  75. The tentacles are much compressed, very thin and cylindrical, of a light blue, and the glands are of an indigo blue colour.

  76. These are thin delicate leaves, furnished at the margin with sensitive tentacles and other organs of sense, and with glands sometimes highly coloured.

  77. This being so, the glands of the investing tissue secrete lime from the sea water, and deposit it after a determinate and orderly pattern on every part of the surface.

  78. The intestines themselves are rarely affected, but the lymph glands associated with the intestinal tract are not infrequently involved.

  79. The portions of the body that become diseased, when the infection has resulted from the use of milk, are the glands of the neck and of the abdomen.

  80. Fruit a 1-celled follicle with 1-2 glands at its base.

  81. Attention has been directed to the real significance of adenoids and enlarged tonsils, of swollen glands and carious teeth.

  82. Glands--Report general glandular enlargement and cervical enlargement of the lymphatic glands accompanied by malnutrition and anemia.

  83. Rudimentary lachrymal glands from a human embryo of four months.

  84. Most of the other cutaneous glands give out buds and ramify; thus, for instance, the lachrymal glands of the upper eye-lid that secrete tears (Figure 2.

  85. We obtain the most interesting information with regard to this remarkable evolution of the nephroducts and their association with the sexual glands from the Amphibia (Figures 2.

  86. The lachrymal glands are ramified growths from the conjunctiva (Figure 2.

  87. The two glands pour their secretions, the bile and pancreatic juice, close together into the duodenum (i).

  88. The mammary glands of the Placentals are provided with teats like those of the Marsupials; but we never find in the Placentals the pouch in which the latter carry and suckle their young.

  89. Again, the male has in his nipples and mammary glands the rudiments of organs that are usually active only in the female.

  90. The two large glands that open into the duodenum, the liver and pancreas, are growths from the middle and most important part of the trunk-gut.

  91. In spite of their unusual size these structures are nothing more than large sebaceous glands in the skin.

  92. The sexual glands develop originally from the two promesoblasts or primitive mesodermic cells (Figure 1.

  93. Naturally, in harmony with this evolution of the mouth, the salivary glands belong genetically to one series with the sudoriferous, sebaceous, and mammary glands.

  94. At first the germinal glands of both sexes lie deep inside the ventral cavity, at the inner edge of the primitive kidneys (Figures 2.

  95. Rip the skunk across from one leg to the other close to roots of tail, skinning around the scent glands at the roots of tail, so that the glands can be easily cut out and thrown away or saved for bait, as the trapper wishes.

  96. After the skunk is dead, the trapper should remove the scent glands as before described, lest the scent may be squeezed from the glands in skinning the skunk.

  97. The whole order of Natatores swim and dive without saturation, their plumage being anointed by an oily liquid furnished by certain glands in their skin, which renders them impervious to moisture.

  98. When seized, it voids into the hand a quantity of limpid water imbibed through the pores of its skin; but if more irritated, a milky and Venemous humour issues from the glands of its back.

  99. Although de Sinety, as shown above, had practised the ablation of the mammary glands during lactation, it would seem that mutilation rather than complete ablation preceded his experiments on the innervation of the mammary nerve.

  100. But the germ plasm within the reproductive glands is not, so far as we can see, subject to the influence of an increased use, for example, in the arm muscles.

  101. Bertholet made a microscopic examination of the reproductive glands of 75 chronic male alcoholics, and in 37 cases he found them more or less atrophied, and devoid of spermatozoa.

  102. His conclusion is that the reproductive glands are more sensitive to the effects of alcohol than any other organ.

  103. Observing the same glands in non-alcoholics who had died of various chronic diseases, such as tuberculosis, he found no such condition.

  104. Milk, light broths, fruit juices, and rice water supply sufficient nourishment and do not irritate the tender glands of Peyer and Brunner that are the seat of the disease.

  105. The glands in the scalp absorb the lead, cantharides, cayenne pepper, or whatever the specific poison in the tonic may be; this is carried to the respiratory tract, and creates the symptoms of a cold.

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