10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «UREDOSORUS»
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HOST EPIDERMIS PARAPHYSES Fig A TELEUTOSORUS A UREDOSORUS
TELEUTOSORUS OF YELLOW RUST OF 8ROWN RUST OF BROWN RUST 5 :
Uredosorus and teleutosori of yellow and brown rusts of wheat; A-Teleutosorus of
A Primer of Botanical Latin with Vocabulary
2); uredinoid uredinoideus (adj. A) urediospore urediospora(noun f. 1)
urediospora (noun f. 1) uredium uredium(nounn. 2)uredium (noun n. 2)
uredosorus uredosorus (noun m. 2)uredosorus (noun m. 2) uredospore
uredospora, urediniospora ...
Emma Short, Alex George, 2013
A Dictionary of Plant Sciences
Michael Allaby. 523 uredosorus uniaxial The condition in which a plant has a
single central axis without branches. unicentric distribution The occurrence of
endemic species (see ENDEMISM) in Very local areas. In Scandinavia, for
A Textbook Of Botany - Vol 1, 11E
These pustules are known as uredosori (sing, uredosorus) or uredia (Fig. 27.1).
The uredopustules develop from a mass of dikaryotic hyphae which collect just
below the epidermis of the host. From the base of the uredosorus arise
P S Trivedi S N Pandey, P S Trivedi S N Pandey, Pandey, S N & Trivedi, P S, 2009
Inside wheat plants the hyphae develop into a mass of cells and uredosorus is
formed. The sori are sub-cuticular, with eruptive epidermal layer which, when
ruptured, exposes numerous uredospores. The uredospores are formed singly
D. J. BAGYARAJ, G. RANGASWAMI, 2007
Algae, Fungi, Lichens, Microbiology, Plant Pathology, ...
Exercise 3 Object : Study of uredosorus and uredospores. Work procedure These
are found on wheat leaf. A section is cut through the pustule, stained in cotton
blue and mounted in lactophenol or stained in safranin-fast green combination
Ashok M. Bendre, Ashok Kumar, 2010
DISEASES OF CROP PLANTS IN INDIA
84 Life cycle of Puccinia graminis tritici: a: leaf and stem infections on wheat; b:
uredosorus; c: uredospore; d: germinating uredospore; e: teleutosorus; f:
teleutospore; g: germinating teleutospore with basidium and basidiospores; h:
G. RANGASWAMI, A. MAHADEVAN, 1998
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh: Biology
frequently produced in the latter stages of the primary uredosorus. A similar
condition has been described by Rytz (1927) from Lappland, where T.
alchemillce were found attacking various forms of Alchemilla vulgaris sens, lat.,
such as A.
A Textbook of Plant Pathology: Pathogen and Plant Disease
The pathogen. Black or stem rust of wheat is caused by Puccinia graminis tritici.
Each uredosorus is formed on a limited mycelium. The hyphae of mycelium are
about 3.5 μ in diameter and extend between the cells of the plant, sending small,
Transactions of the British Mycological Society
initiation as in I.; sporidia globosc, small, about 10jx diam. Urcdospores single.
Aecidium and uredosorus with or without pseudoperidium. Teleutospores
vertically septate. Teleutospores forming a crust, subepidermal or in the