divisural line

noun di·vi·su·ral line \də̇ˈvizhərəl-\

Definition of divisural line

of a moss

  1. :  the median line along which the peristome teeth split

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Origin and Etymology of divisural line

Latin divisura division, fork of a tree (from divisus + -ura -ure) + English -al

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