[ nˈɛtəfˌɪtə], [ nˈɛtəfˌɪtə], [ n_ˈɛ_t_ə_f_ˌɪ_t_ə]
How to use "Gnetophyta" in context?
The term "gnetophyta" is derived from the Ancient Greek "gnetos", meaning "nut", and "phyte", meaning "plant". It was first used in the 17th century by the Dutch botanist Jacobus Kuyper to describe a group of fungi that grow on dead wood. The term is now used to encompass a diverse group of fungal taxa that are found growing on or near dead wood or other substrates.
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