branchery

branchery

(ˈbræntʃərɪ)
pl n, pl -ries
(Plants) a group or system of branches
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(78.) Benjamin Martin in Micrographia Nova (1745) speaks of the magnified "Fibres" of the eye, an eye that possesses a "Crystalline Humour," and Martin calls attention to the "fine Expansion of the Optic Nerve," the retina, with its "Branchery of Blood Vessels," which "above all" presents "the finest Entertainment to the Microscopic Observer" (page 24).
Buydens-Branchery L, Branchery M, Hudson J, Fergeson P (2000) Low HDL-cholesterol, aggression and altered centralserotonergic activity.