ascendens

as·cen·dens

(as-sen'denz), This form of the Latin participle is used with nouns of all three genders: masculine (ramus ascendens), feminine (pars ascendens), and neuter (colon ascendens).
Ascending. Going upward, ascending, toward a higher position.
[L.]

as·cen·dens

(ă-sendenz)
Ascending. Going upward, ascending, toward a higher position.
[L.]
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