Definition of Biloculate

1. Adjective. Divided into or containing two cells or chambers. "Having a bilocular capsule"

Exact synonyms: Bilocular
Category relationships: Biological Science, Biology
Similar to: Divided



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Biloculate

bilobular
bilocal
bilocality
bilocally
bilocate
bilocated
bilocates
bilocating
bilocation
bilocations
bilocular
bilocular capsule
bilocular femoral hernia
bilocular joint
biloculate (current term)
biloculine
bilokinase
bilophodont
biloquial
biloquism
biloquist
biloquists
biloquium
bilsted
bilsteds
biltong
biltongs
bim
bima

Literary usage of Biloculate

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1. The British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, Or, Quarterly Journal of (1867)
"A higher stage of development has been reached when a partial division of the auricle is present, although the heart is still strictly biloculate. ..."

2. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1858)
"As many as ten authentic examples of biloculate heart, ie the heart consisting of an auricle and ventricle, have been reported by different observers. ..."

3. Manual of pathological anatomy by Charles Handfield Jones (1875)
"This kind of malformation, though very rare, is of more frequent occurrence than the biloculate. It has been observed in individuals who have lived to the ..."

4. Flora of the Hawaiian Islands: A Description of Their Phanerogams and by William Hillebrand (1888)
"Stamens 5 (4), shorter than the lobes, the anthers 2-celled, as long as the filaments, and the cells again biloculate. Nut ovoid, 3", the base immersed in ..."

5. Transactions of the Pathological Society of London by Pathological Society of London (1886)
"... heart in which one sac of a biloculate basal aneurysm involved the mitral valve, and opened by an orifice three lines in diameter into the cavity of the ..."

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