Melanconiales

plural noun Mel·an·co·ni·a·les

Definition of Melanconiales

  1. :  an order of imperfect fungi that have the conidia borne in acervuli which are either immersed or erumpent and that are parasites of higher plants — see anthracnose melanconiaceae

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Origin and Etymology of melanconiales

New Latin, from Melanconium + -ales


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