fungoid


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fungoid

resembling a fungus or fungi
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The disease takes on three stages as it progresses: the earliest hygromatous form, a serofibrinous form, and a fungoid form, with considerable overlap of the three stages at presentation.
Thraustochytrid fungoid protists in faecal pellets of the tunicate Pegea confoederata, their tolerance to deep-sea conditions and implications in degradation processes.
Rhetorical and metaphorical in its attack on Marxist dogma, especially materialism ('only a fungoid spawn on the rotten carcase of nineteenth century mechanism') it hopes that Christianity 'is strong enough, if it will only try its strength, to be in at the death of capitalism'.