disseminule

noun
dis·sem·i·nule | \di-ˈsem-ə-ˌnyül \

Definition of disseminule 

: a part or organ (such as a seed or spore) of a plant that ensures propagation

First Known Use of disseminule

1904, in the meaning defined above

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