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Eb·ner

(eb'nĕr),
Victor von. See: von Ebner.

von Ebner,

Victor, Austrian histologist, 1842-1925.
Ebner glands - serous glands of the tongue opening in the bottom of the trough surrounding the circumvallate papillae.
Ebner reticulum - a network of nucleated cells in the seminiferous tubules.
imbrication lines of von Ebner - incremental lines in the dentin of the tooth that reflect variations in mineralization during dentin formation. Synonym(s): incremental lines of von Ebner
incremental lines of von Ebner - Synonym(s): imbrication lines of von Ebner
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