Definition of nosema in English:

nosema

Syllabification: no·se·ma
Pronunciation: /nōˈsēmə
 
/

noun

A spore-forming parasitic protozoan that chiefly affects insects.
More example sentences
  • A midgut infected with nosema is off white and a little swollen and is less segmented in appearance.

Origin

modern Latin, from Greek nosēma 'disease'.

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