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The answer LOBAR has 16 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of lobar in various dictionaries:
adj - of or relating to or affecting a lobe
adj - a rounded, projecting anatomical part [n -S] : LOBED
LOBAR - Lobaria pulmonaria is a large epiphytic lichen consisting of an ascomycete fungus and a green algal partner living together in a symbiotic relationsh...
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Kind of pneumonia|
|Like the lungs|
|A kind of pneumonia|
|Of a lung part|
|Of lung divisions|
|Of a lung section|
|Pertaining to the lungs, e.g|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|Of or relating to a lobe or lobes, as of the lungs: lobar pneumonia.|
|relating to or affecting a lobe, especially a whole lobe of a lung.|
|of or relating to or affecting a lobe|
|relating to a lobe ( a part of an organ that seems to be separate from the rest), especially one that is rounded in shape:|
|Lobar might refer to|
|Lobaria pulmonaria is a large epiphytic lichen consisting of an ascomycete fungus and a green algal partner living together in a symbiotic relationship with a cyanobacterium—a symbiosis involving members of three kingdoms of organisms. Commonly known by various names like tree lungwort, lung lichen, lung moss, lungwort lichen, oak lungs or oak lungwort, it is sensitive to air pollution and is also negatively affected by habitat loss and changes in forestry practices. Its population has declined across Europe and L. pulmonaria is considered endangered in many lowland areas. The species has a history of use in herbal medicines, and recent research has corroborated some medicinal properties of lichen extracts.|