/ (ˌjuːspɔːˈrændʒɪɪt) /
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(of ferns) having each sporangium developing from a group of cells, rather than a single cell, and with no specialized dispersal of sporesCompare leptosporangiate
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Word Origin for eusporangiate
from New Latin eusporangiātus (unattested), from eu- + sporangium
Words nearby eusporangiate
Eusebius, Eusebius of Caesarea, Euskera, eusocial, eusol, eusporangiate, Eustace, Eustachian tube, Eustachio, Eustacia, eustasy
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How to use eusporangiate in a sentence
The bulk of living ferns are leptosporangiate, the eusporangiate class comprising only two living families, viz.The New Gresham Encyclopedia|Various