noun Sep·to·ria \sepˈtōrēə\

Definition of Septoria

  1. :  a form genus of imperfect fungi (family Sphaeropsidaceae) having hyaline elongate to threadlike septate spores formed in pycnidia on the leaves of the host and being known in many cases to be the imperfect stages of ascomycetous fungi of the genus Mycosphaerella — see hard rot

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Origin and Etymology of septoria

New Latin, from 2sept- + Latin -oria (feminine of -orius -ory)

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