Mycoprotein
Mycoprotein My`co*pro"te*in, n. [Gr. (spurious) my^kos mucus (L. mucus) + E. protein.] (Biol.) The protoplasmic matter of which bacteria are composed. [archaic] [1913 Webster]

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