Biology. having only one septum or partition, as a silicle.

Origin of uniseptate

First recorded in 1865–70; uni- + septate
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Examples from the Web for uniseptate

Historical Examples of uniseptate

  • The sporidia are strongly constricted in the centre, at first uniseptate, with two nuclei in each division.

    Fungi: Their Nature and Uses

    Mordecai Cubitt Cooke

British Dictionary definitions for uniseptate



biology having only one partition or septuma uniseptate fruit
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