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zygosporangium

[ zahy-goh-spaw-ran-jee-uhm, -spoh-, zig-oh- ]
/ ˌzaɪ goʊ spɔˈræn dʒi əm, -spoʊ-, ˌzɪg oʊ- /
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noun, plural zy·go·spo·ran·gi·a [zahy-goh-spaw-ran-jee-uh, -spoh-, zig-oh-]. /ˌzaɪ goʊ spɔˈræn dʒi ə, -spoʊ-, ˌzɪg oʊ-/. Mycology.

a sporangium that bears a zygospore.

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