Definition of Ostioles

1. Noun. (plural of ostiole) ¹



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Definition of Ostioles

1. ostiole [n] - See also: ostiole

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ostioles

ostertagia
ostertagiasis
ostia
ostia venarum pulmonalium
ostial
ostial sphincter
ostiaries
ostiarius
ostiary
ostiate
ostinati
ostinato
ostinatos
ostiolar
ostiole
ostioles (current term)
ostiomeatal complex
ostiomeatal unit
ostitic
ostitis
ostium
ostium abdominale tubae uterinae
ostium aortae
ostium appendicis vermiformis
ostium arteriosum
ostium atrioventriculare dextrum
ostium atrioventriculare sinistrum
ostium cardiacum
ostium ileocaecale
ostium internum

Literary usage of Ostioles

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1. Memoirs of the Torrey Botanical Club by Torrey Botanical Club (1899)
"being smaller and more or less purple in color, the slenderly cylindrical ostioles elevated about. i mm. ..."

2. Flora Cestrica: An Herborizing Companion for the Young Botanists of Chester by William Darlington (1853)
"Var. c. leucostoma, Fr. ostioles white, the black papillae being deficient. Hab. On trunks; sometimes on stones: frequent. 3. ..."

3. The Monthly Microscopical Journal: Transactions of the Royal Microscopical (1872)
"Nowhere else are vibrating or non-vibrating cilia or cilia-like bodies to be met with than in the monad chambers. And since the efferent ostioles are ..."

4. A Synopsis of the North American Lichens by Edward Tuckerman (1882)
"... ostioles; but soon agglomerate and confluent into large, ... but the ostioles of the present—of which my few foreign specimens scarcely afford a trace. ..."

5. A Synopsis of the Lichenes of New England, the Other Northern States, and by Edward Tuckerman (1848)
"... rugose and somewhat chinky ; on the under side fuscous-black; ostioles convex. ... dark- fulvous-fuscous becoming black ; ostioles scarcely prominent, ..."

6. Bulletin ... of the Geological and Natural History Survey by Chicago Academy of Sciences (1896)
"... closed, the numerous ostioles sunken and black. Spores generally in twos, ... often crowded together; depressed ostioles indistinct, often blackening. ..."

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