endospore


en·do·spore

noun \ˈen-dō-ˌspr\

Definition of ENDOSPORE

:  an asexual spore developed within the cell especially in bacteria

Origin of ENDOSPORE

International Scientific Vocabulary
First Known Use: 1875

en·do·spore

noun \-ˌspō(ə)r, -ˌsp(ə)r\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of ENDOSPORE

: an asexual spore developed within the cell especially in bacteria

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