Definition of Fibrillose

1. Adjective. Covered with fibrils more or less evenly disposed.

Partainyms: Fibril



Definition of Fibrillose

1. a. Covered with hairlike appendages, as the under surface of some lichens; also, composed of little strings or fibers; as, fibrillose appendages.

Definition of Fibrillose

1. Adjective. Covered with hair-like appendages, as the undersurface of some lichens. ¹

2. Adjective. Composed of little strings or fibres. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fibrillose

fibrillate
fibrillated
fibrillates
fibrillating
fibrillation
fibrillation threshold
fibrillations
fibrillatory
fibrillatory waves
fibrillin
fibrillins
fibrillization
fibrilloflutter
fibrillogenesis
fibrillogenic
fibrillose (current term)
fibrillous
fibrils
fibrin
fibrin-stabilizing factor
fibrin calculus
fibrin degradation products
fibrin destabilase
fibrin fibrinogen degradation products
fibrin foam
fibrin thrombus
fibrin tissue adhesive
fibrinase
fibrination
fibrinations

Literary usage of Fibrillose

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1. A Manual of British Lichens: Containing Descriptions of All the Species and by William Mudd (1861)
"... fibrillose. Apothecia sparingly produced, of a medium size, sessile ; disc nearly plane, black, surrounded by an elevated, ..."

2. Synopsis of the British Basidiomycetes: A Descriptive Catalogue of the by Worthington George Smith (1908)
"Sf. solid, equal, fibrillose, paler than PG deeply sinuate, broad, yellow-brown. ... fibrillose with darker sq. at mid., yellowish-brown or tawny- grey ..."

3. Flora of the Rocky Mountains and Adjacent Plains, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming by Per Axel Rydberg (1917)
"Culms 1.5-3 dm. high, stiff, roughened above, slightly fibrillose at the base; ... Culms 1.5-6 dm. high, stiff, little roughened, fibrillose at the base; ..."

4. British Fungus-flora: A Classified Text-book of Mycology by George. Massee (1893)
"Pellicle of pileus viscid when moist, innately fibrillose or ... Pellicle of pileus never viscid, but torn into floccose or fibrillose ..."

5. Journal of Botany, British and Foreign (1900)
"St. l. generally non-fibrillose. xxxvi. S. imbricatum Russ. 24. Chlor. cells broadly isosceles-trapezoid with the longer parallel side on the inner surface ..."

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