parietes and basis permeated by pores; radii not permeated by pores.
Its parietes were, in every part, very much thickened and hardened.
In gunshot wounds, closure of the parietes by adhesion is of course not to be looked for.
parietes: walls: the perpendicular sides of elevated bodies.
The right auricle and ventricle were large, and their parietes thin.
Parietal (placent, &c.), attached to the walls (parietes) of the ovary.
Shell purplish dark brown: inner lamina of the parietes cancellated.
Having described the maternal membranes of the ovum, we come now to the membranes which form the parietes of the ovum.
parietes ribbed, mottled purplish-red; orifice broad, trigonal, hardly toothed.
Generally, the extinct forms belong to the last section of this genus, which has the parietes not permeated by pores.
paries pa·ri·es (pâr'ē-ēz')
n. pl. pa·ri·e·tes (pə-rī'ĭ-tēz')
A wall of a body part, organ, or cavity, as of the chest or abdomen. Often used in the plural.