Definition of Tyloses

1. Noun. (plural of tylose) ¹



2. Noun. (plural of tylosis) ¹

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Definition of Tyloses

1. tylosis [n] - See also: tylosis

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tyloses

tylari
tylarus
tyle
tylectomies
tylectomy
tylenchida
tylers
tylion
tyloma
tyloma conjunctivae
tylopod
tylopoda
tylopods
tylose
tyloses (current term)
tylosin
tylosin reductase
tylosins
tylosis
tylosis ciliaris
tylosis linguae
tylote
tylotes
tylotic
tyloxapol
tymazoline
tymbal
tymbales

Literary usage of Tyloses

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1. Identification of the Economic Woods of the United States: Including a by Samuel James Record (1919)
"tyloses It is not uncommon to find the vessels of many Dicotyledons (Plate III, Figs. 3, 4) and the resin ducts of certain Gymnosperms more 6r less ..."

2. The Preservation of Structural Timber by Howard Frederick Weiss (1916)
"It is caused by cells, called "tyloses," growing into the vessels. (See Plate IV, Fig. E.) These may occur even in the sapwood and when they are present the ..."

3. The Preservation of Structural Timber by Howard Frederick Weiss (1914)
"In some kinds of wood like white oak, tyloses are uniform throughout, ... In other varieties, like black oak, tyloses occur irregularly through the wood. ..."

4. Proceedings of the Society of American Foresters by Society of American Foresters (1912)
"As a matter of fact, however, these studies show that tyloses occur in the ... Woods where tyloses occur are, for the most part, with the exception of ..."

5. The Structure of Wood and Some of Its Properties and Uses: An Address Before by Eloise Gerry (1916)
"It is because of the presence of tyloses that white oak is suitable for making ... Durable hardwoods as a rule have abundantly developed tyloses. ..."

6. A Text-book of Mycology and Plant Pathology by John William Harshberger (1917)
"Several tyloses may arise from a single epidermal cell. ... This explanation suffices for such special cases of injury, but tyloses are formed in uninjured ..."

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