noun Physa·los·po·ra

Definition of Physalospora

  1. :  a genus of fungi (family Mycosphaerellaceae) with hyaline ovoid to oblong nonseptate ascospores including some species that were formerly placed in the form genus Sphaeropsis — see black rot

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Origin and Etymology of physalospora

New Latin, from physalo- (irregular from Greek physalles bladder, bubble) + -spora

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