- having or consisting of many cells or vesicles.
Origin of multilocular
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Examples from the Web for multilocular
It may thus be unilocular or multilocular, one- or many-seeded.
Linnæus has placed them in this last genus, which would include, according to that author, all the multilocular shells.The Ocean World:
We entirely separate these here from the true Cyrtida, on account of their lobate or multilocular cephalis.
The cysts thus formed may be unilocular or multilocular, and intra-cystic papillary vegetations frequently grow from their walls.
Cysts may be simple, unilocular or multilocular, and may attain an enormous size.
- Having or consisting of many small compartments or cavities.
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