Definition of Fistulose. Meaning of Fistulose. Synonyms of Fistulose

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Definition of Fistulose

Fistulose
Fistulose Fis"tu*lose` (?; 135), a. [L. fistulosus.] Formed like a fistula; hollow; reedlike. --Craig.

Meaning of Fistulose from wikipedia

- hemisphere. The distinguishing feature of the genus is the peduncle, which is fistulose (meaning hollow and flaring toward the apex). The plants are co**** annual...
- bark; a line or opening of dehiscence. fistule A tube-shaped cavity. fistulose Hollow; usually applied to a tube-shaped cavity, as in a reed. flabellate...
- fiscal, fiscus fistula fistul- pipe, tube fistula, fistulate, fistuliform, fistulose, fistulous flaccus flacc- flabby flaccid, flaccidity flagrum flagr- flagellant...
- - Nav****a Island: Marine Biota". Coris.noaa.gov. 2010-11-24. Retrieved 2011-12-27. Image of postage stamp Images of fistulose stem tip and sclerites...
- diffission, fissile, fission, fissiped, fissure, fistula, fistular, fistulose, multifid, multifistular, quadrifid, quinquefid, trifid fingō fing- finx-...
- 1953 (elongated siphonfish) Siphamia fistulosa (M. C. W. Weber, 1909) (fFistulose cardinalfish) Siphamia fraseri Gon & G. R. Allen, 2012 Siphamia fuscolineata...
- has a cosmopolitan distribution. This geus contains species with non-fistulose, m****ive, branching or encrusting growth forms. The ectosomal (outer)...
- Souverbie & Montrouzier, 1875, with which it agrees in the perforated or fistulose spines. These are sometimes subobsolete, and frequently solid on the body...
- has almost cosmopolitan distribution (except Europe). Species are non-fistulose sponges with encrusting to m****ive growth forms. They have ectosomal tylotes...
- containing divaricatic acid, with triterpenes. The cortex surrounds a fistulose to subfistulose medulla, varying from 55–175 µm thick, generally thinner...