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A macula is a spot on the retina of the human eye.
Macula may also refer to:
Science and medicine
- Macula (archaeology), a feature visible on an aerial photograph but with no identifiable function
- Macula (planetary geology), a dark area on the surface of a planet or moon
- Macula of saccule, in the human ear
- Macula of utricle, in the human ear
- Macula adhaerens, a cell structure specialized for cell-to-cell adhesion
- Macula densa, a group of cells in the kidney that stain darker histologically
- Astylopsis macula, a beetle of family Cerambycidae
- Gibberula macula, a sea snail of family Cystiscidae
- Goniotorna macula, a moth of family Tortricidae
- Ortalotrypeta macula, a fruit fly of family Tephritidae
- Schrankia macula, a moth of family Erebidae
- Ulotrichopus macula, a moth of family Erebidae
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