Meaning of melaxuma

mel•a•xu•ma

Pronunciation: (mel"u-k'mu, -u-z'-, -uk-s'-), [key]
— n. Plant Pathol.
  1. a disease of trees, esp. walnuts, characterized by an inky-black liquid oozing from the affected twigs, branches, and trunk, and by bark cankers, caused by any of several fungi, as Dothiorella gregaria.
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