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uredospore

[yu̇′red·ə‚spȯr]
(mycology)
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The pathogen was maintained as single spore derived culture by inoculating 10 mg of uredospores (6 x [10.sup.5]) suspended in petroleum spirit and mineral oil (70: 30) on the brown rust susceptible genotype, 'Agra Local'.
The spores (uredospores) are produced on the upper surface of the leaf in the pustules relatively in huge number.
pachyrhizi suspension (6 x [10.sup.5] uredospores x m[L.sup.-1]), and collected at 12, 24, and 48 hours after inoculation.