Definition of Maculas
1. macula [n] - See also: macula
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Maculas
Literary usage of Maculas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Molecular Neurobiology: Proceedings of the 2nd NIMH Conference by Steven Zalcman (1995)
"... maculas of Rats Exposed to Altered Gravity MD Ross NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA 94035-1000 Mammalian gravity receptors (maculas) are ..."
2. The Phytologist: A Popular Botanical Miscellany edited by George Luxford, Edward Newman (1844)
"... tenuissima*, flexuosa, in maculas ... Cellulae intra maculas transverse ... aliis intra maculas brevibus libere obtuse ..."
3. Ophthalmic Myology, a Systematic Treatise on the Ocular Muscles by Giles Christopher Savage (1902)
"FAULTY CONNECTION OF THE maculas WITH THE BRAIN AS A CAUSE.—There are cases of esotropia in which it is impossible to fuse the two images of an object. ..."
4. Lectures on Ekzema and Ekzematous Affections: With an Introduction on the by Erasmus Wilson (1870)
"In maculas due to abnormal pigmentation, the colour is seated in the rete ... The pigmentary maculas are truly permanent, and undergo no change of colour ..."
5. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia by Royal Society of South Australia (1900)
"Elongata; minus robusta; nigro-picea pube fulva et nivea ornata (hac maculas binas in ... maculas numerosas parvas et ..."
6. American Medicine (1906)
"Synchronous with the development of the maculas was the increased power qf convergence and a diminished pupillary width. Following this was the lost Fig. ..."