- divided into two chambers or containing two compartments internally.
Also bi·loc·u·late [bahy-lok-yuh-lit, -leyt] /baɪˈlɒk yə lɪt, -ˌleɪt/.
Origin of bilocular
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This characteristic shape is found neither in the Spyroidea (with bilocular cephalis) nor in the Cyrtoidea (with simple cephalis).
Bilocular, two-celled; as most anthers, the pod of Foxglove, &c.The Elements of Botany
Preputial calculus (calculus in the sheath, or bilocular cavity).Special Report on Diseases of the Horse
United States Department of Agriculture
In the first and original family, the Zygospyrida, the shell is represented by the bilocular cephalis only.
The simple spored rust first makes its appearance, and later the bilocular “mildew.”Fungi: Their Nature and Uses
Mordecai Cubitt Cooke
- biology divided into two chambers or cavitiessome flowering plants have bilocular ovaries
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- Divided into or containing two chambers.
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