uredospore


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u·re·din·i·o·spore

 (yo͝or′ĭ-dĭn′ē-ə-spôr′) also u·re·do·spore (yo͝o-rē′də-)
n.
A dikaryotic often reddish spore of most rust fungi. Urediniospores disperse widely, spreading infection within a host plant and to other plants.

uredospore

(jʊˈriːdəʊˌspɔː) ,

urediniospore

or

urediospore

n
(Botany) any of the brownish spores that are produced in each uredium of the rust fungi and spread the infection between hosts
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It was reported that darkness favors maximum uredospore germination of legume rust pathogen Uromycesviciae-fabae [12].
Initially inoculations of spreaders, 3-5 tillers in a row, were carried out by hypo- dermic syringe method using aqueous uredospore suspen- sion to which 1-2 drops of Tween-20 were added to break the surface tension.
Initially inoculations of spreaders, 3-5 tillers in a row, were carried out by hypodermic syringe method using aqueous uredospore suspension to which 1-2 drops of Tween-20 were added to break the surface tension.
uredospore (u-reed-o-spore): Binucleate spore produced by rust during the summer.
Secretion of extracellular enzyme by Verticillium psalliotae Treschow and Verticillium lecanii (Zimm,) Viegas during growth on uredospore of the soybean rust fungus (Phakopsora pachyrhizi Syd).
At mid-whorl stage (mid-July), these spreader plants were inoculated with common rust by injecting 3 mL of a uredospore suspension [5 mg of uredospores in 400 mL deionized [H.sub.2]O with 5 drops of Tween 20 (polyoxyethylene-sorbitan monolaurate, Sigma Chemical Co., St.