Definition of Mycogone
: a form genus of imperfect fungi (family Moniliaceae) having unequally two-celled conidia on short lateral conidiophores — see bubble disease
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Origin and Etymology of mycogone
New Latin, from myc- + Greek gonē offspring, race, seed, womb, from the stem of gignesthai to be born — more at kin
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