Definition of Microsporous

1. [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Microsporous

microsporea
microspores
microsporic
microsporida
microsporidia
microsporidian
microsporidian keratoconjunctivitis
microsporidians
microsporidiasis
microsporidiosis
microsporocyte
microsporocytes
microsporogenesis
microsporophyll
microsporophylls
microsporous (current term)
microsporum
microspot
microspots
microstamped
microstamping
microstate
microstates
microstethophone
microstethoscope
microsthene
microsthenes
microsthenic
microstimulation
microstimulations

Literary usage of Microsporous

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1. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1885)
"... of the fungus resembles that of the microsporous furfur; that is, one sees aggregations of spores forming isolated groups, round which the tubes wind ..."

2. Genera Lichenum: An Arrangement of the North American Lichens by Edward Tuckerman (1872)
"And there is not wanting other evidence looking towards a possible connection of the northern lichen with the microsporous section of ..."

3. Bulletin by Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station (1891)
"According to Saccardo several of the microsporous species are probably more properly referable to the genera ..."

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