rhizoid

Portion of a cell or organism that serves as a basal anchor to the substratum.

rhizoid

A root-like structure forming part of the thallus in certain algae and fungi; it may anchor the organism to the substratum and/or act as an absorptive organ.
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rhizoid

[n] - any of various slender filaments that function as roots in mosses and ferns and fungi etc
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Rhizoid

Rhi'zoid noun [ Greek ......... root + -oid .] (Botany) A rootlike appendage.
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rhizoid

<biology> Portion of a cell or organism that serves as a basal anchor to the substratum. ... (23 Aug 1998) ...
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rhizoid

noun any of various slender filaments that function as roots in mosses and ferns and fungi etc
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rhizoid

(ri´zoid) resembling a root.
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Rhizoid

• (n.) A rootlike appendage.
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rhizoid

root-like
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