Definition of Physes

1. physis [n] - See also: physis



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Physes

physalias
physaliferous
physaliform
physaliphore
physaliphorous
physaliphorous cell
physalis
physalises
physalopteriasis
physarida
physarum polycephalum
physeal
physed
physeds
physemaria
physes (current term)
physeterids
physeteroids
physeters
physi-
physianthropy
physiatrician
physiatrics
physiatries
physiatrist
physiatrists
physiatry

Literary usage of Physes

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1. A Manual of British Lichens: Containing Descriptions of All the Species and by William Mudd (1861)
"... physes slender articulated ; asci oblongo-clavate, 8 spored ; spores oblong, unilocular, uncoloured. ..."

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