• Definition for "glomerule"
    • Botany a tight, cymose cluster of flowers.
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glomerule definition

  • noun:
    • Botany a tight, cymose cluster of flowers.
    • structure A glomerulus.
    • A head or thick cluster of blossoms, created by condensation of a cyme, like in the flowering dogwood.
    • A glomerulus.
    • A head or dense cluster of blossoms, formed by condensation of a cyme, as in the flowering dogwood.
    • A glomerulus.
    • A glomerulus.
    • especially In botany: A cymose inflorescence condensed in to the type of a head, as in the flowering dogwood (Cornus florida) and globe-thistle.
    • A soredium. Hoblyn. Additionally glome.
    • In certain Ustilagineœ, a cluster of spores which cohere collectively.
    • a compacted or sessile cyme
    • Botany A compact, cymose cluster of plants.
    • physiology A glomerulus.
    • A head or dense group of flowers, formed by condensation of a cyme, such as the flowering dogwood.
    • A glomerulus.
    • A head or dense group of plants, created by condensation of a cyme, as in the flowering dogwood.
    • A glomerulus.
    • A glomerulus.
    • especially In botany: A cymose inflorescence condensed into the form of a head, such as the flowering dogwood (Cornus florida) and globe-thistle.
    • A soredium. Hoblyn. Also glome.
    • using Ustilagineœ, a cluster of spores which cohere collectively.
    • a compacted or sessile cyme
    • Botany a concise, cymose cluster of blossoms.
    • Botany a concise, cymose group of flowers.
    • Anatomy A glomerulus.
    • structure A glomerulus.
    • A head or heavy cluster of blossoms, created by condensation of a cyme, as with the flowering dogwood.
    • A head or heavy cluster of blossoms, formed by condensation of a cyme, as in the flowering dogwood.
    • A glomerulus.
    • A glomerulus.
    • A head or dense group of plants, created by condensation of a cyme, such as the flowering dogwood.
    • A head or thick group of flowers, created by condensation of a cyme, such as the flowering dogwood.
    • A glomerulus.
    • A glomerulus.
    • A glomerulus.
    • particularly In botany: A cymose inflorescence condensed to the type of a head, as with the flowering dogwood (Cornus florida) and globe-thistle.
    • A soredium. Hoblyn. Also glome.
    • in some Ustilagineœ, a cluster of spores which cohere together.
    • a compacted or sessile cyme
    • A glomerulus.
    • Specifically In botany: A cymose inflorescence condensed to the kind of a head, as with the flowering dogwood (Cornus florida) and globe-thistle.
    • Botany a concise, cymose cluster of flowers.
    • A soredium. Hoblyn. Also glome.
    • In certain Ustilagineœ, a cluster of spores which cohere together.
    • structure A glomerulus.
    • a compacted or sessile cyme
    • A head or heavy cluster of flowers, created by condensation of a cyme, like in the flowering dogwood.
    • A glomerulus.
    • Botany a tight, cymose cluster of flowers.
    • physiology A glomerulus.
    • A head or thick cluster of plants, formed by condensation of a cyme, such as the flowering dogwood.
    • A glomerulus.
    • A glomerulus.
    • especially In botany: A cymose inflorescence condensed to the kind of a head, such as the flowering dogwood (Cornus florida) and globe-thistle.
    • A soredium. Hoblyn. Additionally glome.
    • Botany a concise, cymose group of flowers.
    • Botany A compact, cymose cluster of blossoms.
    • Botany a concise, cymose cluster of blossoms.
    • in a few Ustilagineœ, a cluster of spores which cohere together.
    • Anatomy A glomerulus.
    • Anatomy A glomerulus.
    • a compacted or sessile cyme
    • Anatomy A glomerulus.
    • A head or dense cluster of flowers, created by condensation of a cyme, as in the flowering dogwood.
    • A head or thick cluster of plants, created by condensation of a cyme, such as the flowering dogwood.
    • A glomerulus.
    • A glomerulus.
    • A head or heavy group of plants, created by condensation of a cyme, as with the flowering dogwood.
    • A head or heavy group of blossoms, created by condensation of a cyme, such as the flowering dogwood.
    • Botany a concise, cymose group of flowers.
    • Botany a concise, cymose cluster of plants.
    • Botany a concise, cymose cluster of flowers.
    • Anatomy A glomerulus.
    • A glomerulus.
    • A glomerulus.
    • A head or thick cluster of plants, formed by condensation of a cyme, as with the flowering dogwood.
    • physiology A glomerulus.
    • A head or heavy group of flowers, formed by condensation of a cyme, such as the flowering dogwood.
    • physiology A glomerulus.
    • A glomerulus.
    • A glomerulus.
    • A glomerulus.
    • A head or heavy group of flowers, created by condensation of a cyme, as in the flowering dogwood.
    • A head or thick cluster of flowers, formed by condensation of a cyme, as in the flowering dogwood.
    • Specifically In botany: A cymose inflorescence condensed to the as a type of a head, like in the flowering dogwood (Cornus florida) and globe-thistle.
    • A head or thick group of plants, created by condensation of a cyme, such as the flowering dogwood.
    • A head or dense group of plants, formed by condensation of a cyme, like in the flowering dogwood.
    • A glomerulus.
    • A glomerulus.
    • A head or heavy group of blossoms, formed by condensation of a cyme, like in the flowering dogwood.
    • A soredium. Hoblyn. In addition glome.
    • A glomerulus.
    • In certain Ustilagineœ, a cluster of spores which cohere together.
    • A glomerulus.
    • A head or thick cluster of plants, formed by condensation of a cyme, as in the flowering dogwood.
    • A glomerulus.
    • A head or dense cluster of flowers, created by condensation of a cyme, such as the flowering dogwood.
    • Specifically In botany: A cymose inflorescence condensed into the as a type of a head, as in the flowering dogwood (Cornus florida) and globe-thistle.
    • A glomerulus.
    • A head or dense cluster of flowers, created by condensation of a cyme, such as the flowering dogwood.
    • A glomerulus.
    • A soredium. Hoblyn. Also glome.
    • A glomerulus.
    • a compacted or sessile cyme
    • A glomerulus.
    • A glomerulus.
    • A glomerulus.
    • in a few Ustilagineœ, a cluster of spores which cohere together.
    • particularly In botany: A cymose inflorescence condensed in to the form of a head, as with the flowering dogwood (Cornus florida) and globe-thistle.
    • particularly In botany: A cymose inflorescence condensed to the type of a head, as in the flowering dogwood (Cornus florida) and globe-thistle.
    • especially In botany: A cymose inflorescence condensed into the type of a head, as with the flowering dogwood (Cornus florida) and globe-thistle.
    • A soredium. Hoblyn. In addition glome.
    • a compacted or sessile cyme
    • A glomerulus.
    • A soredium. Hoblyn. Also glome.
    • In certain Ustilagineœ, a cluster of spores which cohere together.
    • A soredium. Hoblyn. Additionally glome.
    • especially In botany: A cymose inflorescence condensed to the as a type of a head, such as the flowering dogwood (Cornus florida) and globe-thistle.
    • in some Ustilagineœ, a cluster of spores which cohere together.
    • a compacted or sessile cyme
    • In certain Ustilagineœ, a cluster of spores which cohere collectively.
    • a compacted or sessile cyme
    • A glomerulus.
    • A soredium. Hoblyn. Also glome.
    • a compacted or sessile cyme
    • A glomerulus.
    • using Ustilagineœ, a cluster of spores which cohere collectively.
    • Specifically In botany: A cymose inflorescence condensed to the as a type of a head, such as the flowering dogwood (Cornus florida) and globe-thistle.
    • A soredium. Hoblyn. Additionally glome.
    • in some Ustilagineœ, a cluster of spores which cohere together.
    • a compacted or sessile cyme
    • a compacted or sessile cyme
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