Retiform

Ret'i·form adjective [ Latin rete a net + -form . confer French rétiforme .] Composed of crossing lines and interstices; reticular; netlike; as, the retiform coat of the eye.
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retiform

(re´tĭ-form) (ret´ĭ-form) plexiform.
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Retiform

• (a.) Composed of crossing lines and interstices; reticular; netlike; as, the retiform coat of the eye.
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retiform

Type: Term Pronunciation: ret′i-fōrm Definitions: 1. Resembling a net or network.
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retiform

shaped like a net
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