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mammary

 [mam´ah-re]
pertaining to the mammary gland or breast.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

mam·ma·ry

(mam'ă-rē),
Relating to the breasts.
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mammary

(măm′ə-rē)
adj.
Of or relating to a breast or mamma.
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mammary

adjective Referring to the breast (mamma).
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mam·ma·ry

(măm'ă-rē)
Relating to the breasts.
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The blood vessels were observed in the mesenchymal tissue of mammary bud at 2.6 cm CVRL (41 days) of buffalo foetus.
As proliferation of the ectoderm cells and mesenchymal cells continues, the mammary band develops into mammary streak, mammary hillock, and ultimately into mammary bud.
Mammary bud was found at 3.0 cm CRL in cow foetuses [18].
In buffalo and bovine foetuses mammary bud was noticed at 55 days (4.20 cm CVRL) and 43 days, respectively [20, 23], whereas [9] mammary bud was found at 40 days in sheep foetuses (Table 2).
The researchers found that, at birth, the density of mammary buds was significantly increased in BPA-exposed monkeys, and the overall development of the mammary gland was more advanced compared to unexposed monkeys.