inter venular

venule

[ven-yool]
noun
1.
a small vein.
2.
one of the branches of a vein in the wing of an insect.
Also, veinule, veinulet.


Origin:
1840–50; < Latin vēnula little vein. See vein, -ule

venular, adjective
intervenular, adjective
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venule (ˈvɛnjuːl)
 
n
1.  anatomy any of the small branches of a vein that receives oxygen-depleted blood from the capillaries and returns it to the heart via the venous system
2.  any of the branches of a vein in an insect's wing
 
[C19: from Latin vēnula diminutive of vēnavein]
 
venular
 
adj

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venule ven·ule (věn'yōōl, vēn'-)
n.
A small vein, especially one joining capillaries to larger veins. Also called capillary vein.


ven'u·lar (-yə-lər) adj.
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venule   (věn'yl)  Pronunciation Key 
Any of the smaller veins that connect the capillaries to larger veins.
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