Origin of ovarium
From New Latin, dating back to 1685–95; see origin at ovary
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This however is not the case in respect to the dropsy of the ovarium, or in the hydrocele.Zoonomia, Vol. II
Some of these vesicles are situated so near the surface of the ovarium as to be prominent on its surface.Fruits of Philosophy
What would the floriculturist care for any change in the structure of the ovarium or of the ovules?
Each of these cavities terminates in a fallopian tube, which opens into the capsule of an ovarium.
Thus, in plants, the office of the pistil is to allow the pollen-tubes to reach the ovules within the ovarium.On the Origin of Species
ovarium(ō- vār′ē- ŭm)
- One of the paired female reproductive organs that produce ova; an ovary.
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