Libriform cells
Libriform Li"bri*form (l[imac]"br[i^]*f[^o]rm), a. [Liber + -form.] (Bot.) Having the form of liber, or resembling liber. [1913 Webster]

{Libriform cells}, peculiar wood cells which are very slender and relatively thick-walled, and occasionally are furnished with bordered pits. --Goodale. [1913 Webster]


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  • Libriform — Li bri*form (l[imac] br[i^]*f[^o]rm), a. [Liber + form.] (Bot.) Having the form of liber, or resembling liber. [1913 Webster] {Libriform cells}, peculiar wood cells which are very slender and relatively thick walled, and occasionally are… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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