Rhabdoviridae Rhab·do·vir·i·dae (rāb’dō-vēr’ĭ-dē’)
A family of rod- or bullet-shaped RNA viruses of vertebrates, insects, and plants, including the rabies virus.
noun, plural rhabdoviruses. 1. any of various RNA-containing viruses of the family Rhabdoviridae, including the rabies virus. rhabdovirus rhab·do·vi·rus (rāb’dō-vī’rəs) n. pl. rhab·do·vi·rus·es A virus of the family Rhabdoviridae.
noun 1. a variant spelling of rachilla
noun, plural rhachises, rhachides [rak-i-deez, rey-ki-] /ˈræk ɪˌdiz, ˈreɪ kɪ-/ (Show IPA) 1. rachis. noun, plural rachises, rachides [rak-i-deez, rey-ki-] /ˈræk ɪˌdiz, ˈreɪ kɪ-/ (Show IPA) 1. Botany. the axis of an inflorescence when somewhat elongated, as in a raceme. (in a pinnately compound leaf or frond) the prolongation of the petiole along which the […]
or Rhadamanthus [rad-uh-man-thuh s] /ˌræd əˈmæn θəs/ noun 1. Classical Mythology. a son of Zeus and Europa, rewarded for the justice he exemplified on earth by being made, after his death, a judge in the Underworld, where he served with his brothers Minos and Aeacus. 2. an inflexibly just or severe judge.