from The Century Dictionary.
- noun singular Same as
tunica adnata(which see, under tunica).
- noun plural In zoology, tegumentary appendages, as hair or feathers, or other covering or growth superficially attached to an animal.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Coronae foliola e basi dilatata adnata linearia, indivisa.
_Ophthalmia lymphatica_ is a kind of anasarca of the tunica adnata; in this the vessels over the sclerotica, or white part of the eye, rise considerably above the cornea, which they surround, are less red than in the ophthalmia superficialis, and appear to be swelled by an accumulation of lymph rather than of blood; it is probably owing to the temporary obstruction of a branch of the lymphatic system.
New vessels from the inflamed tunica adnata frequently spread like a fly's wing upon the transparent cornea, which is then called
Pericarpia lateri interiori squamae adnata, duo auricularia,
Petala quinque acqualia, modo diftinda nypogyna, modo bafi connata & imo ftaminum tube adnata.
Filament a quinque, breviHima, fupra medium tubi adnata, capillaria.
FUamenta 5 tubo coroUae adnata, fubula - ta, curva, labii fuperioris longitudine, pa - rallela.