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trich·ome

(trĭk′ōm′, trī′kōm′)
n.
A hairlike or bristlelike, sometimes glandular, outgrowth from the epidermis of a plant.

[Greek trikhōma, growth of hair, from trikhoun, to cover with hair, from thrix, trikh-, hair, of unknown origin.]
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trichome

(ˈtraɪkəʊm; ˈtrɪk-)
n
1. (Botany) any hairlike outgrowth from the surface of a plant
2. (Botany) any of the threadlike structures that make up the filaments of blue-green algae
[C19: from Greek trikhōma, from trikhoun to cover with hair, from thrix a hair]
trichomic adj
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trich•ome

(ˈtrɪk oʊm, ˈtraɪ koʊm)

n.
1. a hairy outgrowth on a plant's surface, as a prickle.
2. a microorganism composed of many filamentous cells arranged in strands or chains.
[1870–75; < Greek tríchōma growth of hair. See tricho-, -oma]
tri•chom•ic (trɪˈkɒm ɪk, -ˈkoʊ mɪk) adj.
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