(kə-lŏsʹĭ-tē) noun. plural callosities. 1. The condition of being calloused. 2. Hardheartedness; insensitivity. kekalosaan
callosity (kə-lŏsʹĭ-tē) noun. 1. hardness of skin, berbelulang; (technical) kekalosan; 2. see CALLUS.
b. The hard bony tissue that develops around the ends of a fractured bone during healing. 2. Botany. a. Undifferentiated tissue that develops on or around an injured or cut plant surface or in tissue culture. b. The hardened, sometimes sharp base of the floret of certain grasses, kalus