bursa fabricius

腔上囊, 法氏囊

English-Chinese Dictionary of Agriculture (英汉农业大词典). 2013.

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  • Bursa (disambiguation) — Bursa may refer to: * Bursa (formerly known as Brusa and Prusa ), the capital of Bursa Province, Turkey ** Bursa Province, Turkey ** the Bursa meteorite of 1946, which fell in Bursa, Turkey (see Meteorite falls) * Bursa (pigeon), a breed of… …   Wikipedia

  • bursa of Fabricius — bursa of Fa·bri·cius fə brish( ē) əs n a blind glandular sac that opens into the cloaca of birds and functions in B cell production Fabricius Johann Christian (1745 1808) Danish entomologist. Fabricius was one of the outstanding entomologists of… …   Medical dictionary

  • Bursa of Fabricius — In birds, the bursa of Fabricius (Latin: Bursa cloacalis or Bursa fabricii ) is the site of hematopoiesis, a specialized organ that, as first demonstrated by Bruce Glick and later by Max Cooper and Robert Good, is necessary for B cell development …   Wikipedia

  • Bursa — A bursa is a closed fluid filled sac that functions to provide a gliding surface to reduce friction between tissues of the body. When the bursa becomes inflamed, the condition is known as "bursitis." Most commonly this is not an… …   Medical dictionary

  • bursa of fabricius — fəˈbrish(ē)əs Usage: usually capitalized F Etymology: translation of New Latin bursa Fabricii, from bursa + Fabricii, gen. of Fabricius (Hieronymous Fabricius of Aquapendente died 1619 Italian anatomist) : a blind glandular sac that opens into… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Bursa (anatomy) — Infobox Anatomy Name = PAGENAME Latin = GraySubject = GrayPage = Caption = Within the knee joint: bursae visible top right and bottom right Caption2 = Precursor = System = Artery = Vein = Nerve = Lymph = MeshName = Bursa,+Synovial DorlandsPre = b …   Wikipedia

  • Fabricius bursa — Fa·bri·ci·us bursa (fə brisґe əs) [H. Fabricius] see under bursa …   Medical dictionary

  • Fabricius ab Aquapendente , Hieronymus — (1537–1619) Italian anatomist and embryologist Fabricius was born at Aquapendente in Italy and educated at the University of Padua where he studied under Gabriel Fallopius, succeeding him, in 1565, as professor of anatomy. As an anatomist his… …   Scientists

  • bursa-equivalent — bur·sa equiv·a·lent (burґsə e kwivґə lent) analogous to the bursa of Fabricius; see B lymphocyte, under lymphocyte, and bursa equivalent tissue, under tissue …   Medical dictionary

  • bursa — noun (plural bursas or bursae) Etymology: New Latin, from Medieval Latin, bag, purse more at purse Date: 1803 a bodily pouch or sac: as a. a small serous sac between a tendon and a bone b. bursa of Fabricius • bursal adjective …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • bursa-equivalent tissue — bursal equivalent tissue a hypothesized lymphoid tissue in nonavian vertebrates including human beings, equivalent to the bursa of Fabricius in birds: the site of B lymphocyte maturation. It now appears that B lymphocyte maturation occurs… …   Medical dictionary

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