Woroninaceae

plural noun Wo·ro·ni·na·ce·ae \ wəˌrōnəˈnāsēˌē \

Definition of Woroninaceae

in some classifications
: a family of simple fungi (order Chytridiales) distinguished from others of the order by biflagellate zoospores

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Origin and Etymology of woroninaceae

New Latin, from Woronina, genus of fungi (from Michael S. Woronin †1903 Russian mycologist) + -aceae


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