aeciospore

noun
ae·​cio·​spore | \ˈē-shə-ˌspȯr, ˈē-sə-\

Definition of aeciospore 

: one of the spores arranged within an aecium in a series like a chain

First Known Use of aeciospore

1905, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for aeciospore

aeci(um) + -o- + -spore

Note: See note at aecium

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