noun bo·try·tis \bō-ˈtrī-təs\

Definition of botrytis

  1. :  any of a genus (Botrytis) of imperfect fungi having botryoidal conidia and including several serious plant pathogens

Origin and Etymology of botrytis

New Latin, from Greek botrys

First Known Use: 1751

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