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Definition of tunicate

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Definition as written by talinum:

Enclosed in a tunic

Definition as written by Wingnut:

This term is used when referring to bulbs such as onions and amaryllis whose bulbs consist of the growth point surrounded by concentrically ringed layers. Called "tunicate" because the outer layers dry to form a sort of protective tunic around the bulb.


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