Not producing spores. [G. a- priv. + sporos, seed, + -gen, production]

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aspo·rog·e·nous (')ā-spə-'räj-ə-nəs, -spȯ- also aspo·ro·gen·ic -.spōr-ə-'jen-ik, -.spȯr- adj not spore-bearing: not producing spores <\asporogenous yeasts>

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as·po·rog·e·nous (as″po-rojґə-nəs) asporogenic.

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