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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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ipsae enim e modicis in maiora ducuntur augmenta nutrimentis additis, ut in reliquis seminibus uidemus ex paruis arbores maximas prouenire uel fruges ex messibus.