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mamma

[′mam·ə]
(anatomy)
A milk-secreting organ characterizing all mammals.
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In the field, mammalogists typically use a combination of external morphological characters, such as pelage coloration and patterning, the length of the tail relative to the body, the length of the tail relative to the hind foot, the number of plantar tubercles and the number of mammae to distinguish between species (e.
Sobre as mulheres africanas, escreveu ele: Feminis sine pudoris; mammae lactantes prolixae mulheres sem pudor, seios que segregam leite em profusao.
sometimes retain their potentiality, and are merely not developed: this seems to be the case with the mammae of male mammals, for many instances are on record of these organs having become well developed in full-grown males, and having secreted milk.
the sphinx which has brown hair and two mammae on the breast.