cribrum

crib·ri·form plate of eth·moid bone

[TA]
a horizontal plate from which are suspended the labyrinth, on either side, and the lamina perpendicularis in the center; it fits into the ethmoidal notch of the frontal bone and supports the olfactory lobes of the cerebrum, being pierced with numerous openings for the passage of the olfactory nerves.

cribrum

/crib·rum/ (krib´rum) pl. crib´ra   [L.] lamina cribrosa of ethmoid bone.

crib·ri·form plate of eth·moid bone

(krib'ri-fōrm plāt eth'moyd bōn) [TA]
A horizontal lamina from which are suspended the labyrinth, on either side, and the lamina perpendicularis in the center. It fits into the ethmoidal notch of the frontal bone and supports the olfactory lobes of the cerebrum, being pierced with numerous openings for the passage of the olfactory nerves.
Synonym(s): lamina cribrosa ossis ethmoidalis [TA] , cribrum.
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When Martini requested rare items (such as Marco Scacchi's Cribrum musicum), Chiti would have a new copy of the text made, which would then be sent to Bologna.
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Andreas Werckmeister's Cribrum musicum (1700) and Harmonologia musica (1702); the original German treatises with parallel, annotated English translations.
En ML, las cribra aparecen como puntuaciones en las areolas, mientras que en MEB para cada cribrum se nota un patron de 2-5 poros pequenos centrales, rodeados por un anillo de poros mas grandes y alargados (Figs 5, 6); cada cribrum se separa de otro vecino por poros alargados de mayor tamano.
Cada cribrum consiste de varios poros centrales, rodeados de poros alargados y de mayor tamano (Figs 16, 17).