Definition of Calycles

1. Noun. (plural of calycle) ¹



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Definition of Calycles

1. calycle [n] - See also: calycle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Calycles

calvous
calx
calxes
calycanthus
calycanthus family
calycanthuses
calycate
calyceal
calyces
calyciform
calyciform ending
calycinal
calycine
calycle
calycled
calycles (current term)
calycoid
calycular
calyculate
calycule
calycules
calyculi
calyculin A
calyculus
calymmatobacterium
calyon
calyons
calypses
calypsoes

Literary usage of Calycles

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1. Bulletin of the Essex Institute by Essex Institute (1891)
"B. calycles adnate, disposed along the stem and branches. ... calycles cylindrical and disposed on all sides of stem Salacia. b. ..."

2. British Zoophytes: An Introduction to the Hydroida, Actinozoa, and Polyzoa by Arthur Stuart Pennington (1885)
"IA, calycles and gono- phore enlarged, p. 112. .'. ... IA, calycles enlarged, p. 129. 2. Corbula of A. pluma, see p. 128. ..."

3. Good Words by Norman Macleod (1874)
"We know it to consist of a branching stem, bearing lesser branches, on which two kinds of bodies—the lesser calycles and the larger ..."

4. The Popular Science Review: A Quarterly Miscellany of Entertaining and (1874)
"The tubular offsets have been usually regarded as equivalent to the calycles in the recent species ; but Allman, from an examination of their structure, ..."

5. By the Deep Sea: A Popular Introduction to the Wild Life of the British Shores by Edward Step (1896)
"... are frequently spoken of as Sea-firs, the arrangement of the calycles giving some species a very close resemblance to the branches of fir-trees. ..."

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