Locule
Locule \Loc"ule\, n. [Cf. F. locule. See {Loculus}.] (Zo["o]l.) A little hollow; a loculus. [1913 Webster]

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  • loculé — loculaire [ lɔkylɛr ] adj. • 1798; de locule « loge » (vx), lat. loculus « compartiment » ♦ Bot. Partagé en plusieurs loges. Fruit loculaire, renfermé dans les alvéoles. On dit aussi LOCULÉ, ÉE et LOCULEUX, EUSE . loculaire ou …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Locule — A locule (pl. loculi ; from Latin loculus , meaning little place ) is a small cavity or compartment within an organ or part of an organism (animal, plant or fungus).In plants, the term locule usually refers to a chamber within an ovary (gynoecium …   Wikipedia

  • locule — noun Etymology: French, from Latin loculus Date: circa 1888 loculus; especially any of the cells of a compound ovary of a plant • loculed adjective …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • locule — /lok yoohl/, n. Biol. a small compartment or chamber, as the pollen containing cavity within an anther. Also called loculus. [1885 90; < F < L loculus; see LOCULUS] * * * …   Universalium

  • locule — (lo ku l ) s. m. Terme d histoire naturelle. Petite loge. ÉTYMOLOGIE    Lat. loculus, diminutif de locus, lieu …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • locule — [ lɒkju:l] noun another term for loculus …   English new terms dictionary

  • locule — loc·ule …   English syllables

  • locule — loc•ule [[t]ˈlɒk yul[/t]] n. bio a small compartment or chamber, as the pollen containing cavity within an anther Also called loculus • Etymology: 1885–90; < F < L loculus; see loculus …   From formal English to slang

  • locule — noun a small cavity or space within an organ or in a plant or animal • Syn: ↑loculus • Hypernyms: ↑cavity, ↑bodily cavity, ↑cavum …   Useful english dictionary

  • loculaire ou loculé, loculée — ● loculaire ou loculé, loculée adjectif (latin loculus, de locus, lieu) Se dit des organes végétaux partagés en plusieurs loges. (On précise : biloculaire, multiloculaire, etc.) …   Encyclopédie Universelle

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