Definition of Endothia
: a genus of ascomycetous fungi (family Melogrammataceae) having ellipsoid 2-celled ascospores and including the fungus (E. parasitica) that causes chestnut blight
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Origin and Etymology of endothia
New Latin, from Greek endothen within, from within (from endon within) + New Latin -ia; from the immersed perithecia — more at end-
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