synnema

[ si-nee-muh ]
/ sɪˈni mə /

noun, plural syn·ne·ma·ta [si-nee-muh-tuh]. /sɪˈni mə tə/. Mycology.

a spore-bearing structure having very compact conidiophores.

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Origin of synnema

<New Latin, equivalent to syn-syn- + Greek nêma thread
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