noun, plural glo·mer·u·li [gloh-mer-yuh-lahy, gluh-]. /gloʊˈmɛr yəˌlaɪ, glə-/. Anatomy.
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Origin of glomerulus
OTHER WORDS FROM glomerulusglo·mer·u·lar, adjective
Words nearby glomerulus
How to use glomerulus in a sentence
The problem is that all glomeruli aren’t created equal in the chain of neural data command.
First, tinkering with earlier receptors in glomeruli tends to more intensely disrupt odor perception.
This point is, however, difficult to make sure of owing to the facility with which the glomerulus breaks away.
We have reason to think that the corpuscles and vascular channels in the glomerulus are developed in situ.
Summary of the development of the head-kidney and glomerulus.
As we hope to shew, this chamber soon becomes largely filled by a vascular glomerulus.
The pronephric cavity with its glomerulus is identical in structure with a malpighian body.