Definition of graniferous in English:

graniferous

Syllabification: gran·i·fer·ous
Pronunciation: /ɡrəˈnifərəs
 
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adjective

Botany
(Of a plant) producing grain or a grainlike seed.
More example sentences
  • Graniferous tracheary elements, which may be either tracheids or vessel members, have been observed most often in the haustoria of root-parasitic angiosperms.
  • Graniferous tracheary elements are restricted to the haustorium and occur most frequently in the plate xylem.
  • Graniferous tracheary elements are found in the haustoria of several unrelated members of the clade.

Origin

mid 17th century: from Latin granum 'grain' + -ferous.

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