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Synonyms for fungous

of or relating to fungi


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Over the recent years, the geographical conditions in the Samara Region have determined relatively successful wine-growing, due to the fact that selectionists have bred hybrids with increased frost resistance and rather resistant to fungous diseases.
Biological studies of Dermocystidium marinum, a fungous parasite of oysters.
When we have once known Rome, and left her where she lies, like a long decaying corpse, retaining a trace of the noble shape it was, but with accumulated dust and a fungous growth overspreading all its more admirable features;--left her in utter weariness, no doubt, of her narrow crooked, intricate streets, so uncomfortably paved with little squares of lava that to tread over them is a penitential pilgrimage, [.
There was a reduction in opium fields because of fungous disease in 2010 but in 2011 the opium plantation areas expanded from 123,000 to 131,000 hectares, and the raw opium production volume increased from 3,600 to 5,800 tons.
66) (It isn't noted whether these people realized that ringworm is a fungous infection, so-called because of the circular pattern on the skin, and that there is no worm per se.