urediniospore


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urediniospore

[‚yu̇r·ə′din·ē·ə‚spȯr]
(mycology)
A spore produced by a uredinium. Also known as urediospore; uredospore.
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The germination of urediniospores produced on leaves treated with fungicides was significantly reduced compared to the control (P=0,05).
Urediniospore concentrations were determined using a hemacytometer, and appropriate dilutions were done to produce suspensions at the four concentrations used in the experiment (5 x [10.
Urediniospores subglobose, ellipsoid or obovoid, yellowish brown, 19-25 x 28-35 (-40) um; wall echinulate, 1-1.
UREDINIOSPORES are single celled, globose-ovoid or subglobose, 20-27.
Even the lowest concentration of the essential oils gave rise to urediniospores, appressoria, germ tubes and paraphyses that were shrivelled in comparison with those observed in the infected plants that had been treated only with water containing 1% Tween 20 (Figure 2).
5 mm diameter, pale yellow; urediniospores produced on short pedicels, 20-28 x 19-25 [micro]m, ovate to obovate, asymmetric, strongly echinulate, sometimes less echinulate toward ventral side, wall 1.
For example, the wall thickness of the Asian urediniospores was consistent, while it varied in those from the United States and Costa Rica.
Urediniospores of each isolate were collected, dried at room temperature, frozen in liquid nitrogen and immediately stored at -80C for later use.
After 14 days inoculations on 'Zelia', inoculum was prepared by collecting urediniospores from the surface of the affected leaves.
Lack of Effect of Stone Fruit Rust on Yield of French Prune Tree and Survival of Urediniospores of the Pathogen on Leaves, Shoots, and Buds.
Urediniospores globose to subglobose, ellipsoid or obovoid, hyaline to light brown, (15-) 17-19 (-20) x 17-22 (-24) um; wall 1.