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  • xylophage

    a wood-eating insect.

  • xylophilous

    growing in or living on wood: xylophilous fungi. historical examples chambers’s twentieth century dictionary (part 4 of 4: s-z and supplements) various

  • xylorimba

    noun a large xylophone with an extended range of five octaves

  • xylose

    a colorless, crystalline pentose sugar, c 5 h 10 o 5 , derived from xylan, straw, corncobs, etc., by treating with heated dilute sulfuric acid, and dehydrating to furfural if stronger acid is used. historical examples the chemistry of plant life roscoe wilfred thatcher researches on cellulose c. f. cross creative chemistry edwin e. slosson […]

  • xylostroma

    the felted, blackish stroma of some species of wood-destroying fungi.

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