phycomycete
noun Etymology: ultimately from Greek phykos + mykēt-, mykēs fungus — more at myc- Date: circa 1900 any of a large class (Phycomycetes) of lower fungi that are in many respects similar to algae and are now often assigned to subdivisions (as Mastigomycotina and Zygomycota) • phycomycetous adjective

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • phycomycète — ● phycomycète nom masculin Synonyme de siphomycète. ● phycomycète (synonymes) nom masculin Synonymes : siphomycète …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • phycomycete — phycomycetous, adj. /fuy koh muy seet, muy seet /, n. any of various fungi that resemble algae, as downy mildew. [1930 35; < NL Phycomycetes name of a class; see PHYCO , MYCETE] * * * …   Universalium

  • phycomycete — phy·co·my·cete .fī kō mī .sēt, .mī sēt n any fungus of two subdivisions of lower fungi (Mastigomycotina and Zygomycotina of the division Eumycota) that have a body ranging from an undifferentiated mass of protoplasm to a well developed and much… …   Medical dictionary

  • phycomycete — n. any of various fungi that are similar to algae (i.e. mold and mildew) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • phycomycete — phy·co·my·cete …   English syllables

  • phycomycete — phy•co•my•cete [[t]ˌfaɪ koʊˈmaɪ sit, maɪˈsit[/t]] n. fng any of various fungi that resemble algae, as downy mildew • Etymology: 1930–35; < NL Phycomycetes name of a class; see phyco , mycete phy co•my•ce′tous, adj …   From formal English to slang

  • phycomycete — n. any of various fungi which typically form non septate mycelium. Etymology: Gk phukos seaweed + pl. of Gk mukes mushroom …   Useful english dictionary

  • phycomycetous — adjective see phycomycete …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • phycomycetous — See phycomycete. * * * …   Universalium

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