plural noun Mel·o·gram·ma·ta·ce·ae \ˌmeləˌgraməˈtāsēˌē\

Definition of Melogrammataceae

  1. :  a small family of fungi (order Sphaeriales) with perithecia sunken in pulvinate stromata and one-celled to many-celled ascospores

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Origin and Etymology of melogrammataceae

New Latin, from Melogrammat-, Melogramma, type genus (from mela- + Greek grammat-, gramma letter) + -aceae — more at gram

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