Auricle

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Auricle is an Anglicization of Latin auricula, from auris "ear" and -cula, a diminutive suffix.

Auricle and auricula may refer to:

Medicine[edit]

Biology[edit]

  • Auricle (botany), an earlike projection on the base of a leaf or petal (in some cyclamen species, for example)
  • An earlike projection at the base of the head of a planarium which is sensitive to touch and the presence of certain chemicals.
  • Primula auricula, a species of primula, including the hybrid cultivars known collectively as "auriculas"
  • Auriculariales, an order of fungi
  • Auriculella, a genus of tropical land snails
  • Auricula, a genus of extinct trilobites

Other[edit]

  • Auricle: The Film Composer's Time Processor (AKA The Auricle), software by Auricle Control Systems which is used to create film scores