In animal cells the former is wanting, the membrane representing the utricle.
utricle (pyxis) of Amaranth, opening all round (circumscissile).
Sepals 5, united below in an indurated cup, enclosing the utricle.
The base of the stapes communicates 723 pressures to the utricle.
The sacs of the internal ear, known as the utricle and saccule, receive the impulses of the base of the stapes.
Pressure of the base of the stapes is exerted on the utricle.
Fruit a perfectly or incompletely 3-celled many-seeded capsule, or a 1-celled 1-seeded utricle.
Calyx 5-parted, fleshy, enclosing the fruit (utricle) and often carinate or crested.
A simple primordial cell or utricle, the most simply organized being, whether animal or vegetable matters little.
The fruit is a utricle, having a single seed, encircled by a broad thin transparent membrane.
utricle u·tri·cle1 (yōō'trĭ-kəl)
A membranous sac contained within the labyrinth of the inner ear and connected with the semicircular canals.
A small vestigial blind pouch of the prostate gland; the prostatic utricle.