mammary

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mam·ma·ry

 (măm′ə-rē)
adj.
Of or relating to a breast or mamma.

mammary

(ˈmæmərɪ)
adj
1. (Anatomy) of, relating to, or like a mamma or breast
2. (Zoology) of, relating to, or like a mamma or breast

mam•ma•ry

(ˈmæm ə ri)

adj.
of or pertaining to mammae or mammary glands.
[1675–85]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.mammary - of or relating to the milk-giving gland of the femalemammary - of or relating to the milk-giving gland of the female
Translations
ثَدْيي، ضَرْعي
prsní
bryst-
maitonisä
emlõ-
brjóst-, brjósta-
pieno
krūšu-krūtspiena-
memeye ait

mammary

[ˈmæmərɪ]
A. ADJmamario
B. CPD mammary gland Nmama f, glándula f mamaria

mammary

[ˈmæməri] adjmammaire

mammary

adjBrust-; mammary glandBrustdrüse f

mammary

(ˈmӕməri) adjective
of the breasts or milk glands. the mammary glands.

mam·ma·ry

a. mamario-a, rel. a los pechos o senos;
___ glandsglándulas ___ -s.

mammary

adj mamario
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Additionally, [FGF10.sup.-/-] and [FGFR2b.sup.-/-] mice showed developmental defects of mammary bud. At the same time, FGF/FGFR1 signals were also required early in the initiation of mammary development (Mailleux et al., 2002; Eblaghie et al., 2004).
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2002), which suggests that gestational exposure to TCDD had already begun modifying the offspring mammary bud by the time HFD was administered at birth.