What is globose?

Some articles on globose:

Deep Cerebellar Nuclei - Specific Nuclei
... nuclei are the dentate, emboliform, globose, and fastigii ... Some animals, including humans, do not have distinct emboliform and globose nuclei, instead having a single, fused nucleus interpositus (interposed nucleus) ... In animals with distinct emboliform and globose nuclei, the term interposed nucleus is often used to refer collectively to these two nuclei ...
Tsuga - Description
... The winter buds are ovoid or globose, usually rounded at the apex and not resinous ... They are 3–5(–10) mm long, ovoid, globose, or ellipsoid, and yellowish-white to pale purple, and borne on a short peduncle ... seed cones are borne on year-old twigs and are small ovoid-globose or oblong-cylindric, ranging from 15–40 mm long, except in T ...
Globose Nucleus
... The globose nucleus is one of the deep cerebellar nuclei ... The globose nucleus and emboliform nucleus are occasionally referred to collectively as the interposed nucleus ...