- pedicle flap,
Origin of pedicle
Examples from the Web for pedicle
The pedicle can be attacked with a pair of scissors with long handles, short blades, and slightly curved on the flat.
The pedicle can then be secured with a series of interlocking ligatures.
The cicatricula he looked upon as merely the vestige of the pedicle by which the yolk had previously been attached to the ovary.
Body campanulate, widest at anterior border, from which it tapers directly to the pedicle.Marine Protozoa from Woods Hole|Gary N. Calkins
Smooth Anatifa, as seen from the other side, the pedicle dry and contracted.The Life of Sir Humphrey Davy, Bart. LL.D., Volume 2 (of 2)|John Ayrton Paris
Word Origin for pedicle
"footstalk of a plant," 1620s, from Latin pediculus "footstalk, little foot," diminutive of pedem (nominative pes) "foot" (see foot (n.)).