Origin of concrescence
Related formscon·cres·cent, adjective
Examples from the Web for concrescence
In the embryos of higher Vertebrates it closes in the centre, the point of concrescence forming the tympanic membrane.
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.