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Ostropa

Definition of the noun Ostropa

What does Ostropa mean as a name of something?

Ostropa is a genus of Stictidaceae.

Ostropa is a genus of Stictidaceae.

Phrases with Ostropa

Phrases starting with the word Ostropa:

  1. Ostropa Indica
  2. Ostropa Mellea
  3. Ostropa Virens
  4. Ostropa Barbara
  5. Ostropa Cinerea
  6. Ostropa Oculata
  7. Ostropa Rugulosa
  8. Ostropa Cinerascens
  9. Ostropa Cubicularis
  10. Ostropa Helicospora
  11. Ostropa Hysterioides
  12. Ostropa Sphaerioides
  13. Ostropa Cinerea Virens
  14. Ostropa Cinerea Euphorbiae

Phrase ending with the word Ostropa:

  1. Genus Ostropa

Other phrases containing the word Ostropa:

  1. Species Ostropa Indica
  2. Species Ostropa Mellea
  3. Species Ostropa Cinerea
  4. Species Ostropa Rugulosa
  5. Species Ostropa Cinerascens

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Ostropa

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Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney ... rev. & enl. under the superintendence of Benjamin E. Smith (1911)

< Ostropa + -acese.] A family of ascomy- cetous fungi named from the genus Ostropa.

Google previewThe Century Dictionary: The Century dictionary (1911)

Ostropa (os' tro-pâ), n. £, [NL. (Fries, 1825), < Gr. barpakov, a shell, + öpic, appearance..] A genus of ascomycetous fungi having the ascocarps globose, corky, at first sunken in the host, finally £" and open1ng by a narrow longitudinal ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary (1914)

An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language

Ostropa (os' tró-pâ), n. said to be 6: * [NL. (Fries, 1825), & Gr. oorpakov, a shell, + öyug, appearance..] A genus of ascomycetous fungi having the ascocarps globose, corky, at first sunken in the host, finally £" and open1ng by a narrow ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary Supplement (1909)

Ostropa (os trö-pâ), n. said to be (irreg. [NL. (Fries, 1825), Ç Gr, barpakov , a shell, + bypic, appearance..] A genus of ascomycetous fungi having the ascocarps globose, corky, at first sunken in the host, finally erumpent and opening by ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia (1910)

Ostropa (os' tró-pâ), n. said to be (#} [NL. (Fries, 1825), & Gr. barpakov, a shell, + öluç, appearance..] A genus of ascomycetous fungi having the ascocarps globose, corky, at first sunken in the host, finally £" and open1ng by a narrow ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: New volumes (1909)

Ostropa (os' tró-pâ), n. [NL. (Fries, 1825), said to be (irreg.) & Gr. barpakov, a shell, + öpic, appearance..] A genus of ascomycetous fungi having the ascocarps globose, corky, at first sunken in the host, finally erumpent and opening by ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: Supplement (1910)

Ostropa (os' tro-pâ), n. [NL. (Fries, 1825), said to be (irreg.) K. Gr. Öarpakov, a shell, -H - &lpts, appearance.] A genus of ascomycetous fungi having the ascocarps, globose, corky, at first sunken in the host, finally * and open1ng by a ...

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