Saccus definitions

(botany) A bladder or wing-like structure found on the pollen grains of many species of conifer. The shape or number of the sacci on a pollen grain can help identify the species it came from.
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Origin of saccus

From Latin saccus (“sack, bag”), from Ancient Greek σάκκος (sakkos, “sack, bag”), of Semitic origin.