calcified[ kal-suh-fahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF calcified
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CALCIFIED
In Propristis schweinfurthi the tooth-sockets are not yet calcified.
Now and then these grains are found to be in a calcified condition.
Other specimens show no trace of these calcified projections.
Calcified arteries are readily identified in skiagrams (Fig. 65).
A man of forty years may therefore have the calcified, pipe stem arteries of a man of eighty.
Many puny individuals with stiff, calcified arteries go about with more ease than a robust man with thickened arteries only.
The sacral diapophyses are expanded and have a border of calcified cartilage laterally.
The scapula is flat and expanded dorsally; the suprascapula is broad, flat, and calcified in large adults.
Cal′cic, containing calcium; Cal′cific, calcifying or calcified.
Their epidermis has secreted a thin covering of chitine, in the tubular worms a leather-like or calcified tube.