Labyrinthulales

plural noun Lab·y·rin·thu·la·les

Definition of Labyrinthulales

:an obscure order of Myxomycetes comprising Labyrinthula and a few related parasites of aquatic plants when these are considered plants rather than protozoans

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Origin and Etymology of labyrinthulales

New Latin, from Labyrinthula + -ales


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