Saprolegnia

Saprolegnia is a genus of freshwater mould often called a `cotton mould` because of the characteristic white or grey fibrous patches it forms. Current taxonomy puts Saprolegnia as a genus of the heterokonts in the order Saprolegniales. ==Habits== Saprolegnia, like most water moulds, is both a saprotroph and necrotroph. Typically feeding on waste.....
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Saprolegnia

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Saprolegnia

genus Saprolegnia noun aquatic fungi growing chiefly on plant debris and animal remains
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saprolegnia

saprolegnia A kind of aquatic fungi, the water molds.
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Saprolegnia

[n] - aquatic fungi growing chiefly on plant debris and animal remains
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