Definition of septoria in English:

septoria

Syllabification: sep·to·ria
Pronunciation: /sepˈtôrēə
 
/

noun

1A fungus of a genus that includes many kinds that cause diseases in plants.
1.1Leaf spot disease caused by a septoria fungus.

Origin

modern Latin, from Latin septum (see septum).

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