raphe

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raphe

[′rā·fē]
(anatomy)
A broad seamlike junction between two lateral halves of an organ or other body part.
(botany)
The part of the funiculus attached along its full length to the integument of an anatropous ovule, between the chalaza and the attachment to the placenta.
The longitudinal median line or slit on a diatom valve.