from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A genus of parasitic fungi, belonging to the family Peronosporeæ, and characterized by conidia produced in chains on very short conidiophores, forming compact sori upon the supporting leaf. C. candidus is injurious to the cabbage, radish, and other cruciferous plants.
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