Aecium

A cup-shaped fruiting body of rust fungi eg. Puccinia graminis in which aeciospores are produced. Aecia may be of the aecidium, caeoma, peridermium or roestelium type.

Aecium

Aecium (plural aecia) is a specialised reproductive structure found in some rusts and smuts which produces aeciospores. In some literature aecia are also referred to as `cluster cups`. ...
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aecium

In the Uredinales the first sorus that is formed after plasmogamy and bears binucleate aeciospores (Stage I heteroecious or autoecious rusts). (Pl.
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aecium

[n] - fruiting body of some rust fungi bearing chains of aeciospores
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aecium

noun fruiting body of some rust fungi bearing chains of aeciospores
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aecium

a cluster-cup or fruiting body of certain rust fungi (phylum Basidiomycota, kingdom Fungi). Yellow to orange in colour, aecia develop after ...
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