The possibility exists that a mucilaginous
mericarp might adhere to a fallen leaf, which might then function like a wing for wind dispersal, but this mode of dispersal seems highly unlikely and certainly not typical of a species (van Rheede van Oudtshoorn & van Rooyen, 1999).
The leaves contain the yellow sap called juice and a thick colorless mucilaginous
material called gel.
muscarium is an entomopathogenic fungi which produce mucilaginous
matrix enables to attach with host surface.
Diatoms are characterized by various growth forms described in terms of motility, colony, and extracellular mucilaginous
matrix [18, 19].
The colorless mucilaginous
gel of Aloe vera, consisting of approximately 99-99.5% water and 0.5-1% solid materials, includes compounds such as polysaccharides, vitamins, minerals, enzymes, phenolic compounds, and organic acids .
 found also the rise of total phenols and antioxidativity during fruit ripening with the highest levels in peels, compared to pulp and mucilaginous
tissue around the seeds.
Tanthanuch  applied group analysis method for nonhomogeneous mucilaginous
Burgers equation with proportional delay.
The seed coat is completely enveloped in a sweet, white, mucilaginous
pulp that comprises approximately 40% of seed fresh weight .
Tragacanth gum was added to demineralized water in a ratio 1: 30 (w/w) and left to swell in a mucilaginous
They are also used in coffee fermentation to remove mucilaginous
coat from coffee beans [7, 8].
Microorganisms were identified as Rhodotorula mucilaginous
, Galactomyces pseudocandidum, Escherichia coli, and Rhodotorula sp., which have been previously reported in the literature as dye degrading.
Additionally, Camargo and Guerra (2005) state that the cultivar bunches are small, cylindrical and compact, its berries are black in color, round (spherical), and has a mucilaginous
pulp, with a lot of pigments and foxy taste, besides having a high quantity of dyestuff.