Conglobate gland see phallic gland

conglomerate a. [L. cum, together; agglomeratus, gathered into a mass] Irregularly grouped in spots; massed together; bunched or crowded.

congression n. [L. congressus, meeting] The movement of chromosomes to the spindle equator during mitosis.

conical a. [L. conus, cone] Cone-shaped; conic; tapering to a point.

conico-acuminate Shaped like a long, pointed cone.

coniculus n. [L. dim. conus, cone] (ARTHRO: Chelicerata) In mites, the malapophyses and lips enclosing the preoral cavity; the rostrum.

coniferous a. [L. conus, cone; ferre, to bear] Bearing a conelike process.

coniform larvae (ARTHRO: Insecta) Cone-shaped larva, pointed at the head end, and enlarged, obtuse or truncate at the caudal end.

conispiral a. [L. conus, cone; spira, coil] With a spire project ing as a cone; conoid.

conjoined a. [L. cum, together; jungere, to join] United or joined together; adnate.

conjugation n. [L. conjugare, to join together] Denotes coupling, connecting or uniting chromosomes, nuclei, cells, or individuals. conjugate a.

conjunctiva n.; pl. -tivas [L. cum, together; jungere, to join] (ARTHRO: Insecta) The membranous infolded portion of the segments of the body-wall. see intersegmental membrane.

conjunctive a. [L. cum, together; jungere, to join] Cojoining, connecting or connective.

connate a. [L. connatus, born together] Originating together; fused together or immovably united.

connective n. [L. connexus, join] A longitudinal cord of nerve fibers connecting successive ganglia.

connective tissues Tissues with cells that are irregularly distributed through a relatively large amount of intercellular material.

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