organs exceeding the normal number, which may develop from multiple foci of organization in an organ-formative field larger (originally) than that of the definitive main organ; such organs are aberrant but frequently not a cause of disease; illness may persist if they are left in the body after therapeutic removal of the main organ, e.g., accessory spleen.
Synonym: accessory organs.
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... that's exactly the catch: with our high metabolic rate, hemoglobin and accessory systems needs to move a lot more CO2 from the body to the lungs than it would require to move from the lungs to the photosynthetic organs(and the same goes for oxygen). No, i think that just because we have ...
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