Etymology
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granulose (n.)

part of starch convertible into sugar, 1874, coined in German by Swiss botanist Carl Nägeli (1817-1891) from Late Latin granulum "granule, small grain," diminutive of granum "grain" (see grain) + chemical suffix -ose (2).

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Definitions of granulose

granulose (adj.)
composed of or covered with particles resembling meal in texture or consistency;
Synonyms: farinaceous / coarse-grained / grainy / granular / gritty / mealy
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