Cystolith

Cystolith (Gr. `cavity` and `stone`) is a botanical term for the inorganic concretions, usually of calcium carbonate, formed in a cellulose matrix in special cells called lithocysts, generally in the leaf of plants of certain families, e.g. Ficus elastica, the Indian rubber plant of the family Moraceae. Plants in the family Urticaceae, also kn...
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Cystolith

• (n.) A urinary calculus. • (n.) A concretion of mineral matter within a leaf or other part of a plant.
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cystolith

(from the article `Acanthaceae`) The family is characterized by simple leaves arranged in opposite pairs on the twigs, cystoliths (enlarged cells containing crystals of calcium ...
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cystolith

(sis´to-lith) vesical calculus.
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Cystolith

Cys'to·lith noun [ Greek ............ bladder + -lith .] 1. (Botany) A concretion of mineral matter within a leaf or other part of a plant. 2. (Medicine) A urinary calculus.
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cystolith

A bladder stone. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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Cystolith

An intercellular mineral deposit that accumulates in some of the epidermal cells of some plants. Return to Top D
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cystolith

calcium carbonate that masses in cell wall of some plants
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cystolith

Type: Term Pronunciation: sis′tō-lith Synonyms: vesical calculus
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