Definition of Trilocular. Meaning of Trilocular. Synonyms of Trilocular

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Definition of Trilocular

Trilocular
Trilocular Tri*loc"u*lar, a. [Pref. tri- + locular: cf. F. triloculaire.] Having three cells or cavities; as, a trilocular capsule; a trilocular heart.

Meaning of Trilocular from wikipedia

- A locule (plural locules) or loculus (plural loculi) (meaning "little place" in Latin) is a small cavity or compartment within an organ or part of an organism...
- ovaries are bi- or trilocular and one to two ovules is present per locule. The fruit is a capsule that is typically bi- or trilocular, but in rare cases...
- ovary is inferior (below the floral parts) consisting of three chambers (trilocular). The fruit consists of a dry capsule that splits (dehisces) releasing...
- apophyllous, polyphyllous synangium A fused aggregate of sporangia, e.g. in the trilocular sporangia of the whisk fern Psilotum. synanthous A type of growth in which...
- syncarpous (with fused carpels), with three connate (fused) carpels and is trilocular (three locules, or chambers) or unilocular (single locule, as in Scoliopus...
- centrarch in rhyniophytes and trimerophytes. The sporangia of Psilotum are trilocular synangia resulting from the fusion of three adjacent sporangia, and these...
- †Euphorbiotheca †Euphorbiotheca gothii Collinson, Manchester, & Wilde Trilocular euphorb fruits. Fabaceae †Mimosites †Mimosites spiegeli Engelhardt A caesalpinioid...
- relocate, relocation, translocal, translocate, translocation, translocative, trilocular, unilocular †locellus locell- †loculus locul- longuslongior • longissimus...
- parts, six stamens, a single style, and a superior, three-chambered (trilocular) ovary turning into a capsule fruit at maturity. The taxonomic cir****scription...
- nonlocal, relocate, relocation, translocate, translocation, translocative, trilocular, unilocular log-, -logy word, reason, speech, thought Gr**** λόγος (lógos)...