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Množina reči bosset je bossets.

/ nɑːdʒuːl /


Množina reči nodule je nodules.



ETYM Latin nodulus, dim. of nodus knot: cf. French nodule.
In geology, a lump of mineral or other matter found within rocks or formed on the seabed surface; mining technology is being developed to exploit them.
1. A small node.
2. Small rounded wartlike protuberance on a plant; SYN. tubercle.

/ tjuːbər /


Množina reči tuber je tubers.

Tuber · genus Tuber

ETYM Latin, a hump. knob; probably akin to tumere to swell. Related to Tumid.
Type genus of the Tuberaceae: fungi whose fruiting bodies are typically truffles; Also called: genus Tuber.
Swollen region of an underground stem or root, usually modified for storing food. The potato is a stem tuber, as shown by the presence of terminal and lateral buds, the “eyes” of the potato. Root tubers, for example dahlias, developed from adventitious roots (growing from the stem, not from other roots) lack these. Both types of tuber can give rise to new individuals and so provide a means of vegetative reproduction.
Unlike a bulb, a tuber persists for one season only; new tubers developing on a plant in the following year are formed in different places. See also rhizome.
Fleshy underground stem, as potato.
A fleshy underground stem or root serving for reproductive and food storage.

/ tjuːbəkəl /


Množina reči tubercle je tubercles.

eminence · nodule · tuberosity

ETYM Latin tuberculum, dim. of tuber: cf. French tubercule, Old Fren. also tubercle. Related to Tuber.
A swelling that is the characteristic lesion of tuberculosis.
Small knob or outgrowth; small tuber; Medicine, small diseased nodule, especially of tuberculosis.

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