(Greek: above, over, on, upon; besides; in addition to; toward; among)
2. Regeneration of a part of an organism by extensive cell proliferation and differentiation at the cut surface.
A reference to fables as a brief fictional narrative with a generalized moral lesson.
2. A downward bending of leaves or other plant parts, resulting from excessive growth of the upper side.
In plant physiology, the state in which more vigorous growth occurs in the upper surface of an organ, such as in an unfolding leaf, causing a downward curvature.
The adrenal glands are part of the endocrine system and are located just above the kidneys.
Used in local anesthetics for its vasoconstrictive action to prolong the anesthesia action, provide hemostasis, and reduce systemic complications.2. A white to brownish crystalline compound isolated from the adrenal glands of certain mammals or synthesized and used in medicine as a heart stimulant, vasoconstrictor, and bronchial relaxant.
3. Also called adrenalin, a secretion of the adrenal glands (along with norepinephrine) that helps the liver release glucose and limits the release of insulin.
Norepinephrine is both a hormone and a neurotransmitter, a substance that transmits nerve signals.
Lipomatoid means, resembling a lipoma (fat cancer), frequently referring to the accumulations of adipose tissue (connective fat tissue) which is not thought to be neoplastic (a tumor or an abnormal growth of tissue).