noun ne·mat·o·gone \nə̇ˈmatəˌgōn, ˈnemət-\

Definition of nematogone



  1. :  one of the thin-walled propagative cells in the gemmae of various mosses

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Origin and Etymology of nematogone

International Scientific Vocabulary nemat- + -gone (from Greek gonē seed, offspring) — more at gone

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