aecidiospore

noun ae·cid·i·o·spore \ē-ˈsi-dē-ə-ˌspȯr\

Definition of aecidiospore

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Origin and Etymology of aecidiospore

aecidi(um) + -o- + -spore


First Known Use: 1880


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