noun Sep·to·gloe·um \ˌseptəˈglēəm\

Definition of Septogloeum

  1. :  a form genus of fungi (order Melanconiales) having hyaline two-septate to several-septate and oblong conidia and including one member (S. profusum) that causes a leaf spot of elm and hazel

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Origin and Etymology of septogloeum

New Latin, from 2sept- + -gloeum (from Greek gloios gum) — more at gloeo-

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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