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sabulous, sabulose a. [L. sabulum, sand] Sandy, gritty.

sac n. [L. saccus, bag] A bladder, pouch or bag-like structure.

saccate a. [L. saccus, bag] Sac-shaped; gibbous or inflated at one end.

saccharobiose n. [Gr. sakchar, sugar; bios, life] Sucrose.

sacciform a. [L. saccus, bag] Having the shape of a sac or pouch; saccular.

saccule n. [L. dim. saccus, bag] 1. A small sac or pouch. 2. Sometimes applied to a small invagination of the cuticle.

sacculus n. [L. dim. saccus, bag] (ARTHRO: Insecta) In Lepi-doptera, the inner basal process of the coxite of male external genitalia.

saccus n. [L. saccus, bag] (ARTHRO: Insecta) In Lepidoptera, an internal, midventral, cephalad invagination of the vin-culum.

sacoglossa n. [Gr. sakos, shield; glossa, tongue] (MOLL: Gastropoda) In Opisthobranchia, having a single toothed radula.

saddle n. [A.S. sadol] 1. (ANN: Oligochaeta) In Lumbricidae, the clitellum incomplete ventrally, extending from the back to below the lateral setae. 2. (ARTHRO: Insecta) In Diptera, a large sclerite on the dorsal and lateral surfaces of the 10th abdominal segment of larval Culicidae and some other nematocerous insects. see annular.

Saefftigen's pouch (acantho) An elongate genital pouch of males inside the genital sheath, continuous with the spaces of the bursal cap, that functions to inject fluid for eversion of the bursa.

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