Citromyces

noun Cit·ro·my·ces \ ˌsi‧trōˈmī(ˌ)sēz \

Definition of Citromyces

in some classifications
:a genus of molds comprising those species of the genus Penicillium as usually understood that are monoverticillate and that change sugar into citric acid

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Origin and Etymology of citromyces

New Latin, from citr- + -myces


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