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Adam's apple the projection at the front of the human throat formed by the largest cartilage of the larynx, visible esp. in men.
arytenoid an arytenoid cartilage, muscle, or gland. [1/3 definitions]
cartilaginous of, pertaining to, or like cartilage. [2 definitions]
chondrosarcoma a sarcoma derived from cartilage cells.
collagen a fibrous protein in bone, cartilage, and other connective tissue.
connective tissue tissue in the body, such as fat, cartilage, or bone, that holds together and supports organs and other tissues.
cricoid of, pertaining to, or involving a ring-shaped cartilage surrounding the trachea and forming the back part of the larynx. [2 definitions]
disk any natural structure of similar shape in a plant or animal, such as the center of the head of a daisy or the plates of cartilage between the spinal vertebrae. [1/4 definitions]
epiglottis a thin, flexible plate of cartilage at the root of the tongue that, by closing over the glottis, prevents food from entering the windpipe during swallowing.
epiphysis the end of a long bone that is separated from the main bone by a layer of cartilage in children but is fused to the main bone in adults.
gristle cartilage, esp. in meat used for food.
hyaline a transparent or hornlike substance sometimes found in cysts or in cartilage. [1/4 definitions]
labrum a ring of cartilage around the edge of a bone at a joint. [1/2 definitions]
lytta a wormlike band of cartilage on the underside of the tongue of dogs and certain other carnivorous mammals.
membrane bone a bone that is formed in membranous tissue, rather than in cartilage.
meniscus a disk of cartilage cushioning the ends of two bones that connect in a joint, esp. in the knee. [1/3 definitions]
pelvic girdle in a vertebrate, the skeletal structure of bone, cartilage, or both to which the hind legs, fins, or the like are attached; pelvic arch.
sacroiliac of, pertaining to, or affecting the sacrum, the ilium, and the cartilage and ligaments between them. [1/2 definitions]
shark1 any of numerous large, voracious, tough-skinned sea fishes with skeletons of cartilage rather than bone.
skate2 any of several fish related to rays, found along the western U.S. coast and having a skeleton of cartilage, a flat body, side fins extending out like wings, and usu. a pointed snout.
skeleton the inner framework of bones and cartilage in vertebrate animals, which supports and protects the softer body parts, or the hard external shell of invertebrates and some vertebrates. [1/4 definitions]