Melampsoraceae


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Melampsoraceae

[‚mel·əm·sə′rās·ē‚ē]
(mycology)
A family of parasitic fungi in the order Uredinales in which the teleutospores are laterally united to form crusts or columns.
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En nuestro estudio resulto evidente la separacion de Pucciniaceae sensu lato del linaje Melampsoraceae sensu lato (Coleosporaceae, Pucciniastraceae, Cronartiaceae).
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