Globous - definition of globous by The Free Dictionary
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glo·bose (glō′bōs′) also glo·bous (-bəs)
glo′bose′ness, glo·bos′i·ty (-bŏs′ĭ-tē) n.
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Then a globous
head of lilac purple florets appears to form a softball- to volleyball-sized head of blooms.
ligustroides are tiny, bacoid type, bacaceous globous
, vinaceous, with a non-juicy pulp (APPROBATO; GODOY, 2006).
In Alanya the fruit shape index was found between 0.78 and 1.14 (Table 1) and fruit shape varied from oblong to globous
and oblate (Table 1).