Basidiomycota-Urediniomycetes-Puccinia

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The life cycle of wheat rust, Puccinia graminis

The life cycle of wheat rust, Puccinia graminis

teliospore: thick-walled resting spore produced by some fungi, notably rust and smut fungi, from which the basidium is produced (Puccinia teliospores)

teliospore: thick-walled resting spore produced by some fungi, notably rust and smut fungi, from which the basidium is produced (Puccinia teliospores)

pycniospore (syn. spermatium): haploid, sexually derived spore formed in a pycnium of rust fungi (SEM of pycnium containing pycniospores)

pycniospore (syn. spermatium): haploid, sexually derived spore formed in a pycnium of rust fungi (SEM of pycnium containing pycniospores)

pustule: small blisterlike elevation of epidermis formed as spores emerge (pustules of wheat stem rust urediniospores)

pustule: small blisterlike elevation of epidermis formed as spores emerge (pustules of wheat stem rust urediniospores)

Rose Rust (Phragmidium mucronatum)

Rose Rust (Phragmidium mucronatum)

uredinium (also uredium; pl. uredinia): fruiting body (sorus) of rust fungi that produces urediniospores (left: uredinia of Puccinia graminia f. sp. tritici; right: SEM of single uredinium of Puccinia recondita)

uredinium (also uredium; pl. uredinia): fruiting body (sorus) of rust fungi that produces urediniospores (left: uredinia of Puccinia graminia f. sp. tritici; right: SEM of single uredinium of Puccinia recondita)

urediniospore (also urediospore, uredospore)  : the asexual, dikaryotic, often rusty-colored spore of a rust fungus, produced in a structure called a uredinium; the "repeating stage" of a heteroecious rust fungus, i.e. capable of infecting the host plant on which it is produced (Puccinia graminis)

urediniospore (also urediospore, uredospore) : the asexual, dikaryotic, often rusty-colored spore of a rust fungus, produced in a structure called a uredinium; the "repeating stage" of a heteroecious rust fungus, i.e. capable of infecting the host plant on which it is produced (Puccinia graminis)

telium (pl. telia): fruiting body (sorus) of a rust fungus that produces teliospores (Puccinia telia)

telium (pl. telia): fruiting body (sorus) of a rust fungus that produces teliospores (Puccinia telia)

promycelium (pl. promycelia): in rust and smut fungi, a germ tube issuing from the teliospore and bearing the basidiospores (germinating teliospore of Puccinia pampeana

promycelium (pl. promycelia): in rust and smut fungi, a germ tube issuing from the teliospore and bearing the basidiospores (germinating teliospore of Puccinia pampeana

Puccinia graminis Pers.:Pers. f. sp. tritici Eriks. E. Henn. life Cycle

Puccinia graminis Pers.:Pers. f. sp. tritici Eriks. E. Henn. life Cycle


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The life cycle of wheat rust, Puccinia graminis

The life cycle of wheat rust, Puccinia graminis

white rust.Chrysanthemum white rust is a disease of plants caused by the fungus Puccinia horiana

white rust.Chrysanthemum white rust is a disease of plants caused by the fungus Puccinia horiana

Phragmidium mucronatum p. disciflorum(rugina la trandafir)

Phragmidium mucronatum p. disciflorum(rugina la trandafir)

yellow-rust-life-cycle

yellow-rust-life-cycle

wheat rust life cycle

wheat rust life cycle

tumor (syn. gall): abnormal swelling or localized outgrowth, often roughly spherical, produced by a plant as a result of attack by a fungus, bacterium, nematode, insect or other organism (crown gall caused by Agrobacterium tumefaciens on apple)

tumor (syn. gall): abnormal swelling or localized outgrowth, often roughly spherical, produced by a plant as a result of attack by a fungus, bacterium, nematode, insect or other organism (crown gall caused by Agrobacterium tumefaciens on apple)

ostiole (adj. ostiolate): pore; opening in the papilla or neck of a perithecium, pseudothecium, or pycnidium through which spores are released (pseudothecium of Venturia inaequalis)

ostiole (adj. ostiolate): pore; opening in the papilla or neck of a perithecium, pseudothecium, or pycnidium through which spores are released (pseudothecium of Venturia inaequalis)

perithecium (pl. perithecia)  : flask-shaped or subglobose, thin-walled fungus fruiting body (ascocarp) containing asci and ascospores; spores are expelled or released through a pore (ostiole) at the apex (Coniochaetia sp.)

perithecium (pl. perithecia) : flask-shaped or subglobose, thin-walled fungus fruiting body (ascocarp) containing asci and ascospores; spores are expelled or released through a pore (ostiole) at the apex (Coniochaetia sp.)

stroma (pl. stromata): compact mass of mycelium (with or without host tissue) that supports fruiting bodies or in which fruiting bodies are embedded  (stromata of the ergot fungus, Claviceps purpurea, with numerous perithecia embedded in the head)

stroma (pl. stromata): compact mass of mycelium (with or without host tissue) that supports fruiting bodies or in which fruiting bodies are embedded (stromata of the ergot fungus, Claviceps purpurea, with numerous perithecia embedded in the head)

Mycelia Sterilia   : A group in the Fungi Imperfecti that does not produce spores, but may produce chlamydospores or sclerotia, e.g. Rhizoctonia and Sclerotium; subsequent research has defined sexual reproduction for some species

Mycelia Sterilia : A group in the Fungi Imperfecti that does not produce spores, but may produce chlamydospores or sclerotia, e.g. Rhizoctonia and Sclerotium; subsequent research has defined sexual reproduction for some species

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