locular

[lok-yuh-ler]
adjective Biology.
having one or more locules.
Also, loculate [lok-yuh-leyt, -lit] .


Origin:
1775–85; < Neo-Latin loculāris kept in boxes. See loculus, -ar1

interlocular, adjective
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locular or loculate (ˈlɒkjʊlə, ˈlɒkjʊˌleɪt, -lɪt)
 
adj
biology divided into compartments by septa: the locular ovary of a plant
 
[C19: from New Latin loculāris kept in boxes]
 
loculate or loculate
 
adj
 
[C19: from New Latin loculāris kept in boxes]
 
locu'lation or loculate
 
n

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locular loc·u·lar (lŏk'yə-lər)
adj.
Divided into or having loculi.

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Example sentences
Internal bruising is recognized by the appearance of yellow to green locular gel in ripe tomatoes.
The main internal indices of harvest maturity are seed development, locular jelly formation, and flesh texture.
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