tunicin

noun
tu·​ni·​cin | \ˈt(y)ünəsə̇n\
plural -s

Definition of tunicin 

: a substance in the test of many tunicates that resembles the cellulose of plants

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History and Etymology for tunicin

tunic(ate) + -in

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tunicate

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tuning bar

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