sarcodictyum

noun sar·co·dic·ty·um \ˌsärkōˈdiktēəm, -ikshēəm\

Definition of sarcodictyum

plural

-s

  1. :  a network of protoplasm on the surface of the calymma of a radiolarian

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Origin and Etymology of sarcodictyum

New Latin, from sarc- + Greek diktyon net — more at dicty-


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