Definition of phycology in English:

phycology

noun

  • The branch of botany concerned with seaweeds and other algae.

    • ‘Our allegiances are divided between protozoology, phycology, parasitology, mycology, protistology, plant pathology and myriad other professional societies and their journals.’
    • ‘From the point of view of phycology, oak trees are just a peculiar form of green algae.’
    • ‘You are of course aware of my phycology degree?’
    • ‘In brief, applied phycology could mimic the technology of crop science, but it could not deliver somatic hybrids with stable, desired genomes.’

Pronunciation:

phycology

/fīˈkäləjē/