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See also: zooglœic and zoogloeic



zoöglœic (comparative more zoöglœic, superlative most zoöglœic)

  1. Pertaining to zoöglœæ; of the nature of zoöglœa.
    • 1895, Filandro Vicentini in International Journal of Microscopy & Natural Science, Volume XIV., page #437:
      a, Rectilineal forms of Cladothrix dichotoma in the act of passing to the zoöglœic state (stained first with solution of iodine, then with methyl violet or fuchsine), × 600. b, Beginning of the zoöglœic state of the Bacterium osteophilum (colouring with vesuvine, then with methyl‐violet, and lastly with solution of iodine), × 600.


  • zoöglœic in The Century Dictionary, The Century Co., New York, 1911