Acrasieae

plural noun Acra·si·e·ae \ə-ˌkrā-zhē-ˈē-ˌē\

Definition of Acrasieae

in some classifications

  1. :  Acrasiales regarded as a class distinct from Myxomycetes

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Origin and Etymology of acrasieae

borrowed from New Latin, from Acrasis acrasis + -eae -eae


First Known Use: 1889


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