caveolae

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caveola

 [ka″ve-o´lah] (pl. caveo´lae) (L.)
one of the minute pits or incuppings of the cell membrane formed during pinocytosis.
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caveola

(kăv-ē-ō′lă) plural.caveolae
A small pit or depression formed on the cell surface during pinocytosis.
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