deuteromycete

Related to deuteromycete: Deuteromycota, Mitosporic fungi

deu·ter·o·my·cete

 (do͞o′tə-rō-mī′sēt′)
n.
Any of various fungi that reproduce only asexually, by means of conidia, or whose sexual stage has not yet been discovered. The deuteromycetes are no longer recognized as a valid taxonomic group. Also called imperfect fungus.

[deutero- (from that fact that the deuteromycetes were originally considered an inferior or secondary group because they do not reproduce sexually) + -mycete.]

deu′ter·o·my·ce′tous adj.

deu•ter•o•my•cete

(ˌdu tə roʊˈmaɪ sit, -maɪˈsit, ˌdyu-)

n.
any fungus of the group Fungi Imperfecti.
[< New Latin Deuteromycetes]
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