papillae present only laterally H. boulengeri papillae present laterally and ventrallyH.
In the third, it bristled with tiny spots similar to the papillae on a cat's tongue.
The papillae on the neck are not found in any American species.
The epidermis now becomes raised as in a blister, and finally becomes detached, forming an excoriation and exposing the papillae.
She fell a prey to an irritation which made every fibre of her nerves quiver to all their papillae, long sunk in flesh.
Ambulacral appendages take the form of: circumoral tentacles, sucking-feet, papillae; of these alone is always present.
A circumscribed hypertrophy of the papillae of the corium covered by thickened epidermis.
By the inflation of its body, the papillae, with which the skin is covered, become erect and pointed.
Removal of the most projecting portions of the nail will reveal the papillae elevated far above the normal level of the matrix.
Tongue long, with papillae, like that of the Lacertidae but only feebly nicked anteriorly.
papilla pa·pil·la (pə-pĭl'ə)
n. pl. pa·pil·lae (-pĭl'ē)
A small nipplelike projection, such as a protuberance on the skin, at the root of a hair or feather, or at the base of a developing tooth.
One of the small, round or cone-shaped protuberances on the top of the tongue that contain taste buds.
A pimple or pustule.