Muciform

Mu'ci·form adjective [ Mucus + - form .] (Physiol.) Resembling mucus; having the character or appearance of mucus.
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muciform

<physiology> Resembling mucus; having the character or appearance of mucus. ... Origin: Mucus. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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muciform

(mu´sĭ-form) mucoid (def. 1).
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Muciform

• (a.) Resembling mucus; having the character or appearance of mucus.
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muciform

muciform Appearing similar to mucus.
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muciform

Type: Term Pronunciation: myū′si-fōrm Definitions: 1. Resembling mucus. Synonyms: blennoid, mucoid2
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