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arbor

 [ahr´bor] (pl. ar´bores) (L.)
a tree.
arbor vi´tae treelike outlines seen on median section of the cerebellum.

ar·bor

, pl.

ar·bo·res

(ar'bōr, ar-bō'rēz),
anatomy a treelike structure with branchings.
[L. tree]

arbor

/ar·bor/ (ahr´bor) pl. ar´bores   [L.] a treelike structure or part.
arbor vi´tae 
1. (of cerebellum): treelike outlines seen in a median section of the cerebellum.
2. (of uterus): palmate folds.
3. the tree T. occidentalis; its leafy twigs contain the medicinal substance thuja but can be poisonous.

ar·bor

, pl. arbores (ahr'bŏr)
anatomy Any treelike structure with branchings.
[L. tree]

arbor

pl. arbores [L.] a tree.

arbor vitae
treelike outlines of white substance seen on median section of the cerebellum.
arbor vitae cerebelli
see arbor vitae (above).
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Federal officials, however, use the term arbores to describe trees susceptible to infestation.
It was named Arbores Laetae (Joyful Trees) and at its heart are three trees which will slowly rotate.