Polycotyledonary
Polycotyledonary Pol`y*cot`y*led"on*a*ry, a. [Poly- + cotyledonary.] (Anat.) Having the villi of the placenta collected into definite patches, or cotyledons. [1913 Webster]

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  • polycotyledonary — adjective Having the villi of the placenta collected into definite patches, or cotyledons …   Wiktionary

  • polycotyledonary — poly·cotyledonary …   English syllables

  • polycotyledonary — “+ adjective Etymology: poly + cotyledonary : having the placental villi in many definite groups …   Useful english dictionary

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