rhizomeningomyelitis rhi·zo·me·nin·go·my·e·li·tis (rī’zō-mə-nĭng’gō-mī’ə-lī’tĭs)
An inflammation that involves the nerve roots, the meninges, and the spinal cord. Also called radiculomeningomyelitis.
noun, Mycology. 1. a cordlike fusion of hyphae that leads certain fungi across various substrates like a root through soil. noun 1. a rootlike structure of certain fungi, such as the honey fungus Armillaria mellea, consisting of a dense mass of hyphae
or rhizomorphoid [rahy-zoh-mawr-fuh s] /ˌraɪ zoʊˈmɔr fəs/ adjective, Botany. 1. rootlike in form. rhizomorphous /ˌraɪzəʊˈmɔːfəs/ adjective 1. (botany) having the appearance of a root
[rahy-zof-uh-guh s] /raɪˈzɒf ə gəs/ adjective 1. feeding on roots.
noun 1. any of numerous protozoa of the widespread subphylum (or superclass) Rhizopoda, characterized by a pseudopod and comprising most members of the phylum Sarcodina, including the amebas and foraminifers. noun 1. any protozoan of the phylum Rhizopoda, characterized by naked protoplasmic processes (pseudopodia). The group includes the amoebas adjective 2. of, relating to, or […]
Rhizopodea Rhi·zo·po·de·a (rī’zə-pō’dē-ə) or Rhi·zop·o·da (rī-zŏp’ə-də) n. A phylum of microorganisms that includes protozoa such as the ameba that move and take in nourishment by means of pseudopods.