Origin of concrescence
OTHER WORDS FROM concrescencecon·cres·cent, adjective
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How to use concrescence in a sentence
In the embryos of higher Vertebrates it closes in the centre, the point of concrescence forming the tympanic membrane.
A true concrescence between the two valves seems never to take place.
Concrescence, kon-kres′ens, n. increment: a growing together of cells or other organisms.
The Cephalopoda are mainly characterized by the concrescence of the foot and head.