receptaculum


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receptaculum

(ˌrɛsɛpˈtækjʊlʊm)
n, pl receptacula
a vessel, receptacle or container
Translations

re·cep·tac·u·lum

L. receptaculum, receptáculo, recipiente.
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A large flower motif, arranged mostly with four (main) petals around a circular center; the latter being the characteristic feature of this decoration that represents the spiritually important receptaculum of the common lotus flower illustration in Borneo (see below "Significance of these decorations").
nucifera, including the folium, plumula, semen, receptaculum and rhizomatis nodus, are used as folk medicines with different traditional efficacy and medicinal application, respectively, and all of them are recorded in Chinese Pharmacopoeia (2010 Version).
Receptaculum with off white reticulate pileus head and stipe; Pileus up to 30 mm in height A- 25 mm in diam.
Cyb, cymbium; E, embolus; Fd, fertilization duct; Id, insemination duct; Ma, median apophysis; Mp, median plate; Se, septum; Rs, receptaculum (spermatheca); Rta, Retrolateral tibial apophysis; T, tegulum; Wi, window (abbreviations adapted from Kovblyuk, 2003 and Marusik & Fet 2009).
gorda but the anterior receptaculum is longer, with a more angular anterior margin (Figs.
La materia no es eterna, pero en cierto modo es infinita en cuanto es receptaculum omnium, entendiendo por omnia todo lo corporeo.