What is another word for spirogyra?
[ spˌɪɹəd͡ʒˈa͡ɪɹə], [ spˌɪɹədʒˈaɪɹə], [ s_p_ˌɪ_ɹ_ə_dʒ_ˈaɪ_ɹ_ə]
Related words: free living green algae, free living green algae identification, free living green algae classifications, free living green algae cycle
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Synonyms for Spirogyra:
n.• animal (noun)
How to use "Spirogyra" in context?
Spirogyra is a type of water lily that can be found in many areas of the world. It was originally found in the Mediterranean region but is now found in many locations around the world. The genus name, Spirogyra, comes from the Greek word spiro meaning pole and gyra meaning sphere. There are around 100 species of spirogyra, many of which are native to Europe and North America. The leaves of spirogyra are long and slender, and they are typically green or gold in color. The flowers of spirogyra are small and have five petals.
Homophones for Spirogyra:
- shagbark hickory, ship broker, ship-breaker, spear carrier, suppresser, safebreaker, sparker, suppressor, sprigger, spur gear.
Holonyms for Spirogyra:
Hyponym for Spirogyra:
green algae, chlorophyte.
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