Definition of Mycetophagous

1. [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mycetophagous

mycetism
mycetism cerebralis
mycetism choliformis
mycetism gastrointestinalis
mycetism nervosa
mycetism sanguinareus
mycetisms
myceto-
mycetogenic
mycetogenous
mycetoid
mycetoma
mycetomas
mycetomata
mycetomatous
mycetophagous (current term)
mycetozoan
mycetozoans
mycid
mycinamicin III O-methyltransferase
myclobutanil
myco-
mycobacillin
mycobacillin synthetase
mycobacteria
mycobacteriaceae
mycobacterial
mycobacteriophages
mycobacteriosis
mycobacterium

Literary usage of Mycetophagous

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1. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History by American Museum of Natural History (1907)
"And third, the termites that are in the habit of growing fungi are not exclusively mycetophagous like the ..."

2. Entomology, with Special Reference to Its Ecological Aspects by Justus Watson Folsom (1922)
"... on decaying substances); necrophagous (feeding on dead animals); coprophagous (eating excrementitious material); mycetophagous (feeding on fungi); ..."

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