stercoroma ster·co·ro·ma (stûr’kə-rō’mə)
noun 1. any of various tropical trees of the genus Sterculia, of which some species are grown as ornamentals and some are the source of commercially valuable wood. noun 1. a dietary fibre used as a food stabilizer and denture adhesive. It is the dried gum tapped from the trunk and stems of the tree […]
/stɜːˌkjuːlɪˈeɪʃəs/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or belonging to the Sterculiaceae, a chiefly tropical family of plants that includes cacao and cola
noun 1. karaya gum.
stercus ster·cus (stûr’kəs) n. See feces.