Meaning of SUSPENSOR in English

səˈspen(t)sə(r) noun

( -s )

Etymology: New Latin, literally, one that suspends, from Latin suspensus + -or

1. : suspensorium


a. : a group or chain of cells that is produced from the zygote of a heterosporous plant and serves to push the embryo which arises at its extremity deeper into the embryo sac and into contact with the food supply of the megaspore

b. : one of the two hyphae in fungi of the order Mucorales that bear gametangia at their tips and later support the zygospore

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