noun, plural co·ro·nae ra·di·a·tae [kuh-roh-nee rey-dee-ey-tee] /kəˈroʊ ni ˌreɪ diˈeɪ ti/. Anatomy.
the layer of follicle cells surrounding an ovum and remaining attached to it following ovulation.
If you see an odd glow in the sky tonight, here’s what it’s called and its cause
You’ve heard of the northern lights? The next few days you may be able to see lights even if you aren’t that far north. The sun erupted on Sunday, spewing plasma, “a highly ionized gas containing an approximately equal number of positive ions and electrons” right in our direction. There’s no reason to freak out; solar storms are relatively common, and the most significant impact they have on …
Origin of corona radiata
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