the opening in the cystocarp of certain red algae through which the spores are discharged.
a combining form meaning “fruited,” “having fruit, fruiting bodies, or carpels of a given sort,” as specified by the initial element: apocarpous. combining form (in botany) indicating a certain kind or number of fruit: apocarpous
the part of the upper extremity between the hand and the forearm; wrist. the wrist bones collectively; the group of bones between the bones of the hand and the radius. Historical Examples In Manatus most of the bones of the carpus are distinct, but in Halicore many, especially those of the distal row, have coalesced. […]
John Dickson, 1906–77, U.S. mystery writer. Contemporary Examples After the end of the Irish civil war, Carr emigrated to the United States. How The IRA Tried To Kidnap Edward VIII Tom Sykes October 1, 2014 Carr is candid in the book about the emotional chaos that characterized life without women. Freestyle Fatherhood Taylor Antrim October […]
Irish moss. Historical Examples carrageen costs but little, and is considered extremely salutary for persons of delicate constitutions. Directions for Cookery, in its Various Branches Eliza Leslie The carrageen or Iceland moss, or lichen is one of the algae of the sea. The Progress of the Marbling Art Josef Halfer I have experimented with carrageen […]