from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A genus of phycomycetous fuugi of the family Cladochytriaceæ, having a well-developed mycelium in the tissues of the host and producing uniciliate zoöspores, but no resting-spores, so far as is known. Cladochytrium tenue is parasitic upon sweet-flag, Acorus Calamus, and produces swellings on submerged parts of the plant.


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