macrospore

[mak-ruh-spawr, -spohr]
noun Botany.

Origin:
1855–60; macro- + -spore

macrosporic [mak-ruh-spawr-ik, -spor-] , adjective
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macrospore (ˈmækrəʊˌspɔː)
 
n
another name for megaspore

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Compaction and sealing the macrospore structure of forest soils prevents proper water absorption and increases surface runoff.
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