Definition of polyhedrosis
plural poly·he·dro·sesplay \-ˌsēz\
: any of numerous diseases that affect specific insect larvae or decapod crustaceans, that are caused by double-stranded DNA viruses of a family (Baculoviridae) or by reoviruses of a genus (Cypovirus), and that are characterized by dissolution of tissues and accumulation of virus-containing granules in the resultant fluid
Origin of polyhedrosis
New Latin, from polyhedron
First Known Use: 1947
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