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Hilum definition is - a scar on a seed (such as a bean) marking the point of attachment of the ovule.

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the mark or scar on a seed produced by separation from its funicle or placenta. · the nucleus of a granule of starch.

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In human anatomy, the hilum sometimes formerly called a hilus is a depression or fissure where structures such as blood vessels and nerves enter an organ.

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Look up hilum in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Hilum may refer to: Hilum ( anatomy), a part of an organ where structures such as blood vessels ...

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The hilum of the lung is the wedge-shaped area on the central portion of each lung, located on the medial (middle) aspect of each lung. The hilar region is where ...

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What does hilum mean? The area through which ducts, nerves, or blood vessels enter and leave a gland or organ. (noun)

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4 days ago ... hilum meaning: 1. a hollow or narrow opening in an organ through which nerves, blood vessels, and tubes enter and…. Learn more.

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hilum. A small gap or opening in an organ through which connecting structures such as arteries, veins, nerves or ducts enter or leave. Collins ...

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From Latin hīlum (“a trifle; a spot on a seed”). ... hilum (plural hila) ... hilum in Charlton T. Lewis (1891) An Elementary Latin Dictionary , New York: Harper & ...