ovular

ovular

[ov-yuh-ler, oh-vyuh-ler-]
adjective
pertaining to or of the nature of an ovule.

Origin:
1850–55; < Neo-Latin ōvulāris. See ovule, -ar1

multiovular, adjective
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ovule (ˈɒvjuːl)
 
n
1.  a small body in seed-bearing plants that consists of the integument(s), nucellus, and embryosac (containing the egg cell) and develops into the seed after fertilization
2.  zoology an immature ovum
 
[C19: via French from Medieval Latin ōvulum a little egg, from Latin ōvum egg]
 
'ovular
 
adj

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