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vestige

 [ves´tij]
the remnant of a structure that functioned in a previous stage of species or individual development. adj., adj vestig´ial.

ves·tige

(ves'tij), [TA]
A trace or a rudimentary structure; the degenerated remains of any structure which occurs as an entity in the embryo or fetus.
Synonym(s): vestigium [TA]
[L. vestigium]

vestigium

/ves·ti·gi·um/ (ves-tĭ´je-um) pl. vesti´gia   [L.] vestige.

vestigium

(vĕ-stĭj′ē-əm)
n. pl. vestig·ia (-ē-ə) Biology
A vestige.

vestigium

pl. vestigia [L.] vestige.
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vestigium significantly exceeded that of females (unpaired t test, t = 5.
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