- pertaining to or of the nature of an ovule.
Origin of ovular
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Examples from the Web for ovular
It has been shown that the ovular coats may themselves become carpels, and that ovules may be developed upon ovules, p. 268.Vegetable Teratology
Maxwell T. Masters
This ovular migration may serve to redistribute eggs to the oviducts when the ovaries are functioning at unequal rates.
Word Origin and History for ovular
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