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intercalary

 [in-ter´kah-ler″e]
inserted between; interposed.

in·ter·ca·lar·y

(in-ter'ka-ler'ē),
1. Occurring between two others; as in a pulse tracing, an upstroke interposed between two normal pulse beats, or a neuron (intercalated or internuncial) with short processes that connect one neuron with another in a circuit or pathway.
2. In fungi, located in a hypha or between hyphal segments, not at a hyphal terminus.
[L. intercalarius, concerning an insertion]

intercalary

/in·ter·ca·lary/ (in-ter´kah-lar″e),

intercalated

(in-ter-kah-la´ted) inserted between; interposed.

intercalary

[intur′kəler′ē, in′tərkal′ərē]
Etymology: L, intercalare, to insert
occurring between two others, such as the absence of the middle part of a bone with the proximal and the distal parts present.

in·ter·ca·lar·y

(in-tĕr'kă-lar'ē)
1. Occurring between two others; as in a pulse tracing, an upstroke interposed between two normal pulse beats.
2. In fungi, located in a hypha or between hyphal segments, not at a hyphal terminus.
[L. intercalarius, concerning an insertion]

intercalary

Occurring, or interposed, between parts.

intercalary

inserted between; interposed.
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