Definition of Guignardia
: a genus of fungi (family Sphaeriaceae) having single-celled or unequally 2-celled spindle-shaped hyaline ascospores — see black rot
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Origin and Etymology of guignardia
New Latin, from Léon Guignard †1928 French botanist + New Latin -ia
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