Mildew is a form of fungus. It is distinguished from its closely related counterpart,
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Mildew definition, Plant Pathology. a disease of plants, characterized by a cottony
, usually whitish coating on the surface of affected parts, caused by any of ...
a usually white substance that grows on the surface of things in wet, warm
conditions. Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary. Examples: mildew in
a. Any of various fungi or oomycetes that form a superficial, usually whitish
growth on plants and various organic materials. b. A plant disease caused by
mildew definition, meaning, what is mildew: a black, green, or whitish area
caused by a fungus that grows on things such as plants…. Learn more.
Definition, Mildew is a specific kind of mold, usually with a flat growth habit. Mold
is a fungi that contains multiple identical nuclei. It grows in the form of hyphae of ...
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Affect or be affected with mildew: [ with object ] : the flat was very damp and ...
Mildewed | (of a plant) having mildew | Definition, pronunciation, examples &
a thin, furry, usually whitish coating or discoloration, caused by a fungus, that
forms on the surface of various plants, on organic matter, or on damp paper, cloth
Mildew Definition and meaning from Bible Dictionary. MILDEW mil'-du (yeraqon;
Septuagint usually ikteros, literally, 'jaundice'): In the 5 passages where it ...