10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «AECIAL»
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University Botany I : (Algae, Fungi, Bryophyta And Pteridophyta)
Aecial. stage. No sooner the internal mycelium becomes dikaryotic, than the
primordia of aecidia start developing into an aecidia. Aecidium is a cup shaped
structure with a definite wall known as peridium (Fig. 6.5 C). The binucleate cells
Krishna's Diversity of Microbes, Fungi & Lichens
the cells of the aecial primordia, rendering them binucleate. The manner in which
the spermatium nucleus reaches the aecial primordium and initiates
dikaryotization still remains obscure. It has been demonstrated that the aecial
Biology of rust resistance in forest trees: proceedings of a ...
In the case of blister rust, however, it is the pycnial and aecial stages (non-
repeating stages) of C. ribicola with which we are concerned. The work of Flor
involved a fungus which is autoecious- -having all stages of the life cycle on one
North Atlantic Treaty Organization, International Union of Forestry Research Organizations, United States. Forest Service, 1972
Diseases of Temperate Zone Tree Fruit and Nut Crops
Although T. discolor (T. prunispinosae) is macrocyclic under certain conditions,
and the passage from one host to another is probably necessary to its survival in
cold climates, the aecial stage produced on Anemone, Hepatica, and Thalictrum
Joseph M. Ogawa, Harley English, 1991
Rust Diseases of Willow and Poplar
M. occidentalis infects Abies, Larix, Picea, Pseudotsuga and Pinus at the aecial
stage. In addition to these conifers, M. medusae is also capable of infecting
Tsuga. Such wide aecial host range is rather unusual among the rust fungi, ...
Ming Hao Pei, Alistair R. McCracken, 2005
Illustrated Plant Pathology: Basic Concepts
As the spermogonia are being formed on the upper surface of the leaves, aecial
primordia are formed from the uninucleate primary mycelium prior to
dikaryiotization. The receptive hyphae are connected to the mycelium forming the
H. Lewin Devasahayam, 2009
Biology of Populus and Its Implications for Management and ...
Aecial hosts are primarily conifers. Damage to some aecial hosts may also be
considered important, as in pine twist rust caused by M. pinitorqua Rostrup.
There has been much speculation regarding the mode of overwintering of
Reinhard Friedrich Stettler, 1996
Physiologic specialization in Puccinia coronata avenae
Forms 2 and 3 were each found in 4 aecial cups, form 8 in 3, and forms 4, 14. and
23 each in 1 aecial cup. Physiologic form 2 evidently is heterozygous. Additional
single-uredium isolations from cultures originating from single aecial cups ...
Hickman Charles Murphy, 1935
Effects of Disease on the Physiology of the Growing Plant
Surgeon- Major Barclay, travelling in the Himalayas in 1885, commented on such
distortions of leaves caused by the aecial stage of the rust Puccinia caricina on
the nettle Urtica parviflora: 'These extraordinarily hypertrophied parts contain an ...