Gliocladium

Glio·cla·di·um .glī-ō-'klā-dē-əm n a genus of molds resembling those of the genus Penicillium but with the conidia of a spore head becoming surrounded by a slimy deposit that binds them into a rounded mass see GLIOTOXIN, VIRIDIN

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  • gliocladium — ˌglīōˈklādēəm noun Usage: capitalized Etymology: New Latin, from gli + cladium (from Greek klados branch) more at gladiator : a genus of molds resembling those of the genus Penicillium but with the conidia of a spore head becoming surrounded by a …   Useful english dictionary

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