Filamentous

Thread-like; many times longer than wide.

Filamentous

• (a.) Like a thread; consisting of threads or filaments.
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filamentous

<cell biology> In the form of very long rods, many times longer than wide. ... (10 Mar 1998) ...
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filamentous

(fil″ә-men´tәs) composed of long, threadlike structures.
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filamentous

filiform adjective thin in diameter; resembling a thread
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Filamentous

Fil`a·men'tous adjective [ Confer French filamenteux .] Like a thread; consisting of threads or filaments. Gray.
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filamentous

consisting of filaments or fibres.
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filamentous

filamentous Made up of long, interwoven or irregularly placed threadlike structures.
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Filamentous

Like a filament.
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Filamentous

long and thin.
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Filamentous

long, thin, hair-like.
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filamentous

Threadlike.
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filamentous

Type: Term Pronunciation: fil′ă-men′tŭs Definitions: 1. Threadlike in structure. 2. Composed of filaments or threadlike structures. Synonyms: filiform1
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Filamentous

very long and slender
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filamentous

[adj] - thin in diameter
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