diplanetic

adjective di·pla·net·ic \¦dīplə¦netik\

Definition of diplanetic

of a fungus

  1. :  having two swarming periods each with a different form of zoospore and separated by an encysted stage (as in the Saprolegniales) — compare monoplanetic

diplanetism

\dīˈplanəˌtizəm\ noun, plural

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Origin and Etymology of diplanetic

di- + Greek planētikos migratory, from planēt-, planēs wanderer (from planan to cause to wander, planasthai to wander) + -ikos -ic


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