from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Producing, secreting, or conveying milk.
- adjective Botany Yielding latex.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Bearing or conveying milk or chyle; lacteal; galactophorous: as, a lactiferous duct. See
- Producing a thick milky juice, as a plant.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Bearing or containing milk or a milky fluid.
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- adjective Bearing or containing
milkor a milkyfluid.
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One of these, the deepest, contains little channels called lactiferous vessels because they contain latex.
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Natural aspects of Spears' pregnancy, like lactiferous breasts and protruding naval, compliment a posterior view that depicts widened hips for birthing and reveals the crowning of baby Sean's head.
Natural aspects of Spears? pregnancy, like lactiferous breasts and protruding naval, compliment a posterior view that depicts widened hips for birthing and reveals the crowning of baby Sean?
These are 'lactiferous sinuses' which is where the milk collects as it comes down.
The lactiferous vessels are little tubes that produce latex.
The young of the Whale tribe suckle like the young of all mammals; nevertheless I showed, in 1834, that the lactiferous glands in the _Balænopteræ_ differ in structure from the same organs in most mammals.
The smallest lobules consist of a cluster of rounded alveoli, which open into the smallest branches of the lactiferous ducts; these ducts unite to form larger ducts, and these end in a single canal, corresponding with one of the chief subdivisions of the gland.
It is of a pink or brownish hue, its surface wrinkled and provided with secondary papillæ; and it is perforated by from fifteen to twenty orifices, the apertures of the lactiferous ducts.
Microscopically, chicory shows numerous thin-walled parenchymatous cells, lactiferous vessels, and sieve tubes with transverse plates.