Difference between revisions of "rete"

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|etymology=Latin <i>rete</i>, net
 
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|definition=1. A net or network; a [[plexus]].  
  
2. ([[Acanthocephala]]) A thin-walled tubular network between the longitudinal and circular muscle layers, or inside the longitudinal muscles.  
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2. ([[Acanthocephala]]) A thin-walled tubular network between the longitudinal and circular [[muscle layer]]s, or inside the [[longitudinal muscle]]s.  
  
3. Any structureless membrane or layer.
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3. Any structureless [[membrane]] or layer.
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Revision as of 23:41, 13 September 2013

rete (noun; Latin rete, net): 1. A net or network; a plexus.

2. (Acanthocephala) A thin-walled tubular network between the longitudinal and circular muscle layers, or inside the longitudinal muscles.

3. Any structureless membrane or layer.