reticulation

[ri-tik-yuh-ley-shuhn]
noun
a reticulated formation, arrangement, or appearance; network.

Origin:
1665–75; reticulate + -ion

interreticulation, noun
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reticulate (rɪˈtɪkjʊlɪt)
 
adj
1.  in the form of a network or having a network of parts: a reticulate leaf
2.  resembling, covered with, or having the form of a net
 
vb
3.  to form or be formed into a net
 
[C17: from Late Latin rēticulātus made like a net]
 
re'ticulately
 
adv
 
reticu'lation
 
n

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Example sentences
Unlike the autosomal genome there's no reticulation.
The compression of a cellular foam depends on cell reticulation and size.
The bulb-coats are brown or gray, thin, with horizontal undulate reticulation in vertical rows.
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