Medical Dictionary

thallus

noun thal·lus \ˈthal-əs\
plural thal·li \ˈthal-ˌī, -ˌē\ or thal·lus·es

Medical Definition of THALLUS

:  a plant or plantlike body (as of an alga, fungus, or moss) that lacks differentiation into distinct members (as stem, leaves, and roots) and does not grow from an apical point
April 21, 2015
omnipotent Hear it
having unlimited authority or influence
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