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koža

ženski rodanatomija

Spoljni omotač tela čoveka i životinja, površinski organ tela.
Kod odraslog čoveka njena površina iznosi skoro dva kvadratna metra, a debljina između jedan i četiri milimetra. Najdeblja je na dlanovima, tabanima, leđima, zadnjoj strani vrata i na lobanji, a najtanja na očnim kapcima.

coat

imenica

ETYM Old Fren. cote, French cotte, petticoat, cotte d'armes coat of arms, cotte de mailles coat of mail, Late Lat. cota, cotta, tunic, prob. of German origin. (Homonym: cote).
1 > An outer garment that has sleeves and covers the body from shoulder down; worn outdoors.
2 > Growth of hair or wool or fur covering the body of an animal.

corium

imenica

Dermis, skin layer.

cutis

imenicaanatomija

(Latin) Dermis.

derma

imenicaanatomija

Dermis; layer of skin, containing nerves and blood vessels, beneath epidermis.

dermis

imenicaanatomija

ETYM New Lat. Related to Derm.
The deep vascular inner layer of the skin | SYN: corium, derma.

fell

imenica


1 > Made by turning under or folding together and stitching the seamed materials to avoid rough edges | SYN: felled seam.
2 > The act of felling something (as a tree).

integument

imenica

ETYM Latin integumentum, from integere to cover; pref. in- in, on + tegere to cover: cf. French intégument. Related to n-, and Tegument.
An outer protective covering such as a cuticle or seed coat or rind or shell.
An external covering or coating.
In seed-producing plants, the protective coat surrounding the ovule. In flowering plants there are two, in gymnosperms only one. A small hole at one end, the micropyle, allows a pollen tube to penetrate through to the egg during fertilization.

leather

imenica

ETYM Old Eng. lether, as. lether; akin to Dutch leder, leęr, German leder, Old High Germ. ledar, Icel. lethr, Swed. läder, Dan. laeder.
An animal skin made smooth and flexible by removing the hair and tanning.
Material prepared from the hides and skins of animals, by tanning with vegetable tannins and chromium salts.
Leather is a durable and water-resistant material, and is used for bags, shoes, clothing, and upholstery.
There are three main stages in the process of converting animal skin into leather: cleaning, tanning, and dressing.
Tanning is often a highly polluting process.
The skin, usually cattle hide, is dehydrated after removal to arrest decay.
Soaking is necessary before tanning in order to replace the lost water with something that will bind the fibers together.
The earliest practice, at least
7;,000 years old, was to pound grease into the skin.
In about 400 bc the Egyptians began to use vegetable extracts containing tannic acid, a method adopted in medieval Europe.
Chemical tanning using mineral salts was introduced in the late 19th century.

skin

imenicaanatomija

A natural protective covering of the body; site of the sense of touch | SYN: tegument, cutis.
The covering of the body of a vertebrate. In mammals, the outer layer (epidermis) is dead and its cells are constantly being rubbed away and replaced from below; it helps to protect the body from infection and to prevent dehydration. The lower layer (dermis) contains blood vessels, nerves, hair roots, and sweat and sebaceous glands, and is supported by a network of fibrous and elastic cells.
Skin grafting is the repair of injured skin by placing pieces of skin, taken from elsewhere on the body, over the injured area. The medical specialty concerned with skin diseases is called dermatology.

koza

ženski rodživotinja

Domaća životinja, papkar.

goat

imenicaživotinja

ETYM OE goot, got, gat, AS. gât; akin to Dutch geit, Old High Germ. geiz, German geiss, Icel. geit, Swed. get, Dan. ged, Goth. gaits, Latin haedus a young goat, kid.
Any of numerous agile ruminants related to sheep but having a beard and straight horns | SYN: caprine animal.
Ruminant mammal of the genus Capra in the family Bovidae, closely related to the sheep.
Both males and females have horns and beards.
They are sure-footed animals, and feed on shoots and leaves more than on grass.
Domestic varieties are descended from the scimitar-horned wild goat C. aegagrus and have been kept for over
9;,000 years in S Europe and Asia.
They are kept for milk, or for mohair (the angora and cashmere).
Wild species include the ibex C. ibex of the Alps, and markhor C. falconeri of the Himalayas,
1; m/
3; ft high and with long twisted horns.
The Rocky Mountain goat Oreamnos americanus is a “goat antelope” and is not closely related to true goats.

nanny-goat

imenicaživotinja

A female domestic goat.

she goat

imenicaživotinja

She-goat.

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