Definition of Epispores

1. Noun. (plural of epispore) ¹



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Definition of Epispores

1. epispore [n] - See also: epispore

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Epispores

episomal
episomally
episomes
epispadiases
epispastic
epispastick
epispinal
episplenitis
epispore
epispores (current term)
epistases
epistasies
epistasis
epistasy
epistatic
epistatic gene
epistatically
epistaxes
epistaxis
epistemai
episteme
epistemes
epistemic
epistemic logic

Literary usage of Epispores

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1. The Microscope and its revelations by William Benjamin Carpenter (1891)
"... spores of, 569; epispores Mucous glands, Langley's method of preparing, 429 of, 570 — membrane, 965, 966 ; capillaries in, 986 Mud of Levant, ..."

2. Psyche: A Journal of Entomology by Cambridge Entomological Club (1877)
"A remarkable forage for bees [using the epispores of Uredo luminata in place of pollen grains] (by JL Zabriskie, in the Bee Keepers'1 Magazine), p. 122. e. ..."

3. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia by Royal Society of South Australia (1889)
"... the flowering panicle and other parts above the rootstock, form spheroidal or shortly elliptical, diameter=12-17 u ; colour, deep brown; epispores ..."

4. The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery: Being a Half-yearly edited by William Braithwaite, James Braithwaite, Edmond Fauriel Trevelyan (1871)
"The black bodies are spores, the brittle epispores of which are granulated and black coloured. Besides the vegetable bodies, one finds a comparatively large ..."

5. The Retrospect of Medicine by William Braithwaite (1871)
"The black bodies arc spores, the brittle epispores of which are granulated and black coloured. Besides the vegetable bodies, one finds a comparatively large ..."

6. The Cyclopædia of Anatomy and Physiology. by Robert Bentley Todd (1859)
"... and to the receptacle within or upon which they are formed, which closely resembles those of the antheridia and epispores of the Fuci, ..."

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