Definition of Lacunate

1. lacuna [adj] - See also: lacuna



Medical Definition of Lacunate

1. With air spaces or chambers in the midst of tissue. (09 Oct 1997)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lacunate

lacuna vasorum
lacunae
lacunae laterales
lacunal
lacunar
lacunar abscess
lacunar amnesia
lacunar ligament
lacunar skull
lacunar state
lacunar tonsillitis
lacunaria
lacunars
lacunary
lacunas
lacunate (current term)
lacune
lacunes
lacunose
lacunous
lacunule
lacus
lacus lacrimalis
lacustral
lacustrine
lacwork
lacworks
lacy
lad

Literary usage of Lacunate

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1. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (1904)
"5165, Herb., WS Stems glabrous, somewhat reclining, 70 mm. long, a number from the same root and with numerous radical leaves; stipules with lacunate ..."

2. Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society by Royal Horticultural Society (Great Britain). (1894)
"With plasmolysis, such very delicate and lacunate tissues as those of the petals of Orchids exhibit collapse, more or less complete. ..."

3. Bulletin of Pharmacy (1889)
"... below paler, at length lacunate, softly hirto-pubescent and roughish, oblique, lanceolate oblong, ..."

4. Dictionary of Botanical Equivalents, French-English, German-English by Ernst Artschwager, Edwina Maria Smiley (1921)
"... of the medullary ray \ aerenchyma wood parenchyma brick-shaped parenchyma cells lacunate parenchyma periderm cell wall peduncle pinnatifid closing cells ..."

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