cirrhus

cirrhus

[sir-uhs]
noun, plural cirrhi [sir-ahy] . Mycology.
a mucus-bound ribbonlike mass of spores that is exuded from a fungus.

Origin:
< Neo-Latin, a pseudo-Greek form of Latin cirrus cirrus

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cirrhus

noun
usually coiled [syn: cirrus
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