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Calyx or calyce (plural "calyces"), from the Latin calyx which itself comes from the Ancient Greek κάλυξ (kálux) meaning "husk" or "pod", may refer to:


  • Renal calyx, a chamber in the kidney that surrounds the apex of the renal pyramids
  • Calyx of Held, a large synapse in the auditory brainstem structure
  • Calyx (anatomy), the crown of a crinoid
  • Calyx (flower), the collective name for sepals of a flower
  • Eubela calyx, species of sea snail

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