Eccrinales

plural noun Ec·cri·na·les \ˌekrəˈnā(ˌ)lēz\

Definition of Eccrinales

  1. :  an order of fungi (class Phycomycetes) containing lower fungi that occur as parasites in the alimentary canals of arthropods, that have slender coenocytic hyphae with funnel-shaped attachment disks, and that reproduce by endospores

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Origin and Etymology of eccrinales

New Latin, from Eccrina, genus of fungi + -ales


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