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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of arterioles

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of arterioles:
/ɑɹtɪɹiowlz/

Derived Form of arterioles

noun
root word: arteriole
plural: arterioles
verb
root word: arteriole
Noun: arteriole
1
one of the small thin-walled arteries that end in capillaries
Synonymsarteriolas, capillary artery*,
Type ofarterial blood vessel*, arterias, arteries,
See alsoarteriolar,

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  1. pathways are called arterioles, small arteries or arterioles.
  2. And that makes sense because we know that the arterioles - look at all of that muscle- the arterioles are actually
  3. it is called arterioles; and further arterioles divide into a smaller vessels they are which
  4. But youve also got arterioles -- which are like mini-arteries that branch out into
  5. These arteries keep tapering down until they turn into the nearly microscopic arterioles
  6. If its really cold, the smooth muscles around your larger arterioles and muscular
  7. A very embarrassing area is one of them is the penile arterioles.
  8. Youll recall that these beds are where the capillaries carry blood from your arterioles
  9. These are glomerular cappiliaries and here is efferent arterioles. What is this? This
  10. is afferent arterioles. Here it is efferent arteriole. Right? and here is your nephron.
  11. It will gradually decrease in size to form arterioles--
  12. arterioles, these are smaller--
  13. to arteries out to arterioles--
  14. We have no arteries, no arterioles.
  15. vasodilatory effects on the precapillary arterioles and
  16. that these are both arterioles and that because they're
  17. arterioles they can constrict or reduce their diameters and
  18. branching into afferent arterioles, branching into
  19. glomerular capillaries, back into efferent arterioles
  20. arterioles, capillaries, that's where exchange takes