Part of the mass is vesicular, and the vesicles are studded over with minute crystals of white opaque quartz.
The membrane of the vesicular nucleus is thin, but firm, and encloses a clear or finely granular mass of nuclein.
Under its first vesicular form the solitary worm is planted in a provisional soil.
In Lactarius and Russula the trama, or inner substance, is vesicular.
The vesicular murmur is heard only where the lung contains air and its function is active.
The other portion of the nervous structure is the vesicular.
A rise of temperature precedes the vesicular eruption, which is accompanied by salivation and a peculiar “smacking” of the lips.
What is the origin of the vesicular structure in igneous rocks?
He has invariably found the layer of vesicular or gray matter to be thicker than that of Daniel Webster's brain.
The plain terminates, where we ascended, in an escarpment of vesicular trap-rock, which supplies the fragments of the creek below.
vesicular ve·sic·u·lar (vě-sĭk'yə-lər, və-)
Of or relating to vesicles.
Composed of or containing vesicles.
Having the form of a vesicle.
vesicular adjective (vě-sĭk'yə-lər, və-)