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corona radiata

[ kuh-roh-nuh -rey-dee-ey-tuh ]
/ k蓹藞ro蕣 n蓹 藢re瑟 di藞e瑟 t蓹 /
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noun, plural co路ro路nae ra路di路a路tae [kuh-roh-nee -rey-dee-ey-tee]. /k蓹藞ro蕣 ni 藢re瑟 di藞e瑟 ti/. Anatomy.
the layer of follicle cells surrounding an ovum and remaining attached to it following ovulation.
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Origin of corona radiata

From New Latin, dating back to 1840鈥50; see origin at corona, radiate
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