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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:
- Calyx (anatomy), collective name for several cup-like structures in animal anatomy
- Calyx (botany), the collective name for sepals of a flower
- Calyce (genus), a genus of beetles
- Calyx of Held, a large synapse in the auditory brainstem structure
- Eubela calyx, species of sea snail
- Renal calyx, a chamber in the kidney that surrounds the apex of the renal pyramids
- Calyx (fictional moon), a fictional moon in Colony Wars
- Calyx (magazine), a literary journal
- Calyx (musician), UK producer of drum and bass
- Calyce (mythology), a figure in Greek mythology
- "Calyx", a textile design by Lucienne Day
- "Calyx", a song by Hatfield and the North from their album Hatfield and the North (album)
- CALYX, publisher
- Calyx, a type of krater in ancient Greek pottery
- Calyx, a glasshouse and exhibition centre in the Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney
- Calyx Institute, founded by Nicholas Merrill. A non-profit education and research organization for free speech, free expression, civic engagement and privacy rights.
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