- fascia adherens,
- fascia graft,
- fascicular cambium,
- fascicular degeneration,
- fascicular graft,
Origin of fascicle
Examples from the Web for fascicle
The measures in use were of a very primitive description, chiefly the fascicle and the pugil.The Mystery and Romance of Alchemy and Pharmacy|Charles John Samuel Thompson
The name Phacelia is from a Greek word signifying a fascicle, or bunch, and refers to the fascicled or clustered flower-racemes.The Wild Flowers of California: Their Names, Haunts, and Habits|Mary Elizabeth Parsons
The variations are mainly in the number of leaves in the fascicle.
The collar with a dark area ventrad and also dorsad of the fascicle.
It can be recognized at once by the connate leaves that form the fascicle or by the remarkable stout curved peduncle of its cone.
Word Origin for fascicle
1620s, from Latin fasciculus "a small bundle, a bunch," diminutive of fascis (see fasces). As "part of a work published in installments," 1640s (also fascicule, from French). Related: Fasciculate; fasciculation.