[ skiz-uh-fahyt, skit-suh- ]
/ ˈskɪz əˌfaɪt, ˈskɪt sə- /
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any of the Schizophyta, a group of organisms comprising the schizomycetes and the schizophyceous algae, characterized by a simple structure and reproduction by simple fission or spores.
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OTHER WORDS FROM schizophyteschiz·o·phyt·ic [skiz-uh-fit-ik, skit-suh-], /ˌskɪz əˈfɪt ɪk, ˌskɪt sə-/, adjective
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