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bilocular

 [bi-lok´u-ler]
having two compartments.

bi·loc·u·lar

, biloculate (bī-lok'yū-lăr, -yū-lāt),
Having two compartments or spaces.
[bi- + L. loculus, dim. of locus, a place]

bilocular

/bi·loc·u·lar/ (bi-lok´u-ler) having two compartments.

bilocular

(bī-lŏk′yə-lər) also

biloculate

(-lĭt, -lāt′)
adj.
Divided into or containing two chambers.

bilocular

[bīlok′yələr]
Etymology: L, bis + loculus, compartment
1 divided into two cells.
2 containing two cells. Also called biloculate.

bilocular

adjective Having or referring to 2 cavities or loculations.

bilocular

adjective Having or referring to 2 cavities

bi·loc·u·lar

, biloculate (bī-lok'yū-lăr, -lăt)
Having two compartments or spaces.
[bi- + L. loculus, dim. of locus, a place]

bi·loc·u·lar

, biloculate (bī-lok'yū-lăr, -lăt)
Having two compartments or spaces.
[bi- + L. loculus, dim. of locus, a place]

bilocular

having two compartments.
References in periodicals archive ?
Cronquist (1981) maintained that, in combination, its unique leaves, imbricate corolla lobes, and bilocular ovary with axile placentation make the Saccifoliaceae incongruous in the Gentianaceae.
Poacynum Baillon, and Trachomitum Woodson (Apocynaceae) the partition of adaxial and abaxial locule pairs ruptures to give the appearance of a bilocular anther, a condition he says could suggest affinities to the bilocular Asclepiadaceae.