Origin of ramuloseClassical Latin ramulosus from ramulus, diminutive of ramus: see ramus
Origin of ramuloseLatin rāmulōsus from rāmulus diminutive of rāmus branch ; see ramus .
(comparative more ramulose, superlative most ramulose)
- Having many small branches, or ramuli.
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