arthrogenous
1. Of articular origin; starting from a joint. 2. Forming an articulation.

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ar·throg·e·nous är-'thräj-ə-nəs adj developing vegetative resting cells (as arthrospores) that function as spores <\arthrogenous fungi>

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ar·throg·e·nous (ahr-throjґə-nəs) [arthro- + -genous] formed as a separate joint, as an arthrogenous spore.

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