Definition of Spherules

1. Noun. (plural of spherule) ¹



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Definition of Spherules

1. spherule [n] - See also: spherule

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spherules

spherometer
spherometers
spheroplast
spheroplasted
spheroplasts
spheroprism
spherosiderite
spherosiderites
spherosome
spherosomes
spherular
spherulate
spherule
spherules (current term)
spherulite
spherulites
spherulitic
sphery
sphex
sphexes
sphexide
sphexides
sphexish
sphexishness
sphincter
sphincter-puppet
sphincter angularis
sphincter ani

Literary usage of Spherules

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1. Manual of Botany, for North America: Containing Generic and Specific by Amos Eaton (1829)
"spherules heaped together on the receptacles, which is crust-like, tonic, ... roundish: spherules nested in the prominent substance of the bark ..."

2. General Pathology: Or the Science of the Causes, Nature and Course of the by Ernst Ziegler (1903)
"The hyaline masses may form spherules, or club- like forms, or cords, or net-like or cactus-like figures. They push Hut-ells apart, and often reduce them to ..."

3. Manual of Botany for North America: Containing Generic and Specific by Amos Eaton (1836)
"(Little mouths shorter than the spherules, conic or cylindric, mostly papillose. ... spherules globe-papillose, surrounded with thick sooty yellow down. ..."

4. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"9 shows the characters and texture of one of these spherules magnified 25 diameters. On account of their small dimensions, as well as of their friability ..."

5. Scottish Cryptogamic Flora, Or Coloured Figures and Descriptions of by Robert Kaye Greville (1825)
"When it occurs, as it sometimes does, without spherules, it has a very anomalous ... Contents of the spherules. Fig. 5. Filaments of the subjacent web. ..."

6. University of Toronto Studies by University of Toronto (1900)
"spherules of various sizes are seen. FIG. i5. Deposit of calcium carbonate by interaction of calcium chloride in I per cent, gelatin solution containing oi ..."

7. Manual of Botany, for North America: Containing Generic and Specific by Amos Eaton (1829)
"spherules heaped together on the receptacles, which is crust-like, tonic, ... roundish: spherules nested in the prominent substance of the bark ..."

8. General Pathology: Or the Science of the Causes, Nature and Course of the by Ernst Ziegler (1903)
"The hyaline masses may form spherules, or club- like forms, or cords, or net-like or cactus-like figures. They push Hut-ells apart, and often reduce them to ..."

9. Manual of Botany for North America: Containing Generic and Specific by Amos Eaton (1836)
"(Little mouths shorter than the spherules, conic or cylindric, mostly papillose. ... spherules globe-papillose, surrounded with thick sooty yellow down. ..."

10. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"9 shows the characters and texture of one of these spherules magnified 25 diameters. On account of their small dimensions, as well as of their friability ..."

11. Scottish Cryptogamic Flora, Or Coloured Figures and Descriptions of by Robert Kaye Greville (1825)
"When it occurs, as it sometimes does, without spherules, it has a very anomalous ... Contents of the spherules. Fig. 5. Filaments of the subjacent web. ..."

12. University of Toronto Studies by University of Toronto (1900)
"spherules of various sizes are seen. FIG. i5. Deposit of calcium carbonate by interaction of calcium chloride in I per cent, gelatin solution containing oi ..."

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