sarco-, sarc-, -sarcous, -sarc, -sarcoma, -sarcomatous, -sarcomatoid

(Greek: flesh, meat)

sarcobiot
sarcoblast
sarcocarp
sarcocephalus esculentus (s) (noun), sarcocephalus esculenti (pl)
A well-known high-flavored juicy fruit, containing one or two seeds in a hard almond-like endocarp or stone; also, the tree which bears it (Prunus, or Amygdalus Persica). In the wild stock, the fruit is hard and inedible.
sarcoderm
sarcodinian
sarcogenic
sarcoid
1. Resembling flesh.
2. A small epithelioid tubercle-like lesion characteristic of sarcoidosis (chronic multisystem disease).
sarcolactic
sarcolactic acid
1. A form of lactic acid produced by muscle tissue during anaerobic activity.
2. An isomeric form of lactic acid produced by muscle tissue during the anaerobic metabolism of glucose.
sarcolemma, sarcolemmal
1. The plasma membrane of a muscle fiber; formerly, the delicate connective tissue of the endomysium was included under this term by some.
2. The fine transparent tubular sheath investing muscular fiber.
sarcoleukemia
sarcologist
sarcology
sarcolysis

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Related "meat, flesh" word units: carno-; creo-, kreo-.