achlorophyllous


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a·chlo·ro·phyl·lous

 (ā-klôr′ə-fĭl′əs)
adj. Botany
Having no chlorophyll.
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are ubiquitous, saprophytic achlorophyllous algae that cause opportunistic infections in both small animals and disseminated disease actually in the immunocompromised ones [1].
venusta were characterized macroscopically by achlorophyllous halos with approximately 0.80 + 0.11 mm in diameter, randomly distributed throughout the leaf blade (Figures 1a and b).
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