cálices
Pequeñas formaciones membranosas tubulares intra renales, que constituyen el segmento inicial de las vías excretoras del riñón y, uniéndose, dan origen a la pelvis del riñón.

Diccionario ecologico. . 2010.

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  • calices — [kā′lə sēz΄, kal′əsēz] n. pl. of CALIX …   English World dictionary

  • calices — Plural of calix. * * * calices pl of CALIX * * * ca·li·ces (kaґlĭ sēz) [L.] plural of calix. In TA nomenclature, this plural is used with the singular calyx …   Medical dictionary

  • calices — /kal euh seez /, n. pl. of calix. * * * …   Universalium

  • calices — ca·lix || keɪlɪks n. goblet or cup used in the Christian Church; cup like cavity or vessel …   English contemporary dictionary

  • calices — cal•i•ces [[t]ˈkæl əˌsiz[/t]] n. cvb rel pl. of calix …   From formal English to slang

  • calices — /ˈkæləsiz/ (say kaluhseez) plural noun plural of calix …   Australian English dictionary

  • calices — plural of calix * * * /kal euh seez /, n. pl. of calix …   Useful english dictionary

  • CALICES fingendi artificium — Commodo Imperatori in delitiis, de quo sic Lamprid. c. 1. Iam in his artifex, quae stationis Imperatoriae non erant, ut calices fingeret, saltaret, cantaret etc. Ubi legit Vir doctissimus, Calices frangeret, propter similem locum in Vero, c. 4.… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • CALICES Aegypitii — apud Trebellium Pollion. in Claudio, c. 17. Calices Aegyptios, operisque diversi, decem, ubi Casaubon. Vitrei, inquit, erant, sed singularis et stupendi artificii. Vide quae modo diximus …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • CALICES Allassontes — apud Vopiscum in Saturnino, c. 8. Calices tibi allassontes versicolores transmisi quos tu velim festis diebus conviciis adhrbeas: ex Aegypto afferebantur, versicolores et magni omnino pretii, πολυτελεῖς hinc Straboni, l. 16. Vide supra in voce… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

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