Definition of Phytosis

1. a disease caused by vegetable parasites [n PHYTOSES]



Medical Definition of Phytosis

1. A disease process caused by infection with a vegetable organism, such as a fungus. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Phytosis

phytoplanktons
phytoplasma
phytoplasmas
phytopneumoconiosis
phytoporphyrin
phytoremediation
phytoremediations
phytosanitary
phytosaur
phytosaurs
phytosemiotic
phytosemiotics
phytoses
phytosiderophore
phytosiderophores
phytosis (current term)
phytosociology
phytosphingosine
phytostabilisation
phytostabilisations
phytosterol
phytosterolaemia
phytosterols
phytostimulation
phytostimulations
phytotaxonomic
phytotelma
phytotelmata
phytotelmatum
phytotherapeutics

Literary usage of Phytosis

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1. An Elementary Treatise on Diseases of the Skin: For the Use of Students and by Henry Granger Piffard (1876)
"phytosis VERSICOLOR. This affection is usually called Pityriasis Versicolor. ... I have therefore chosen the name phytosis proposed by WILSON ' as ..."

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