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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Teliospore: teliospora,-ae (s.f.I), abl.sg. teliospora, 'a thick-walled one- or more celled chlamydospore developed in the final stage in the life cycle of rust fungi' WIII; 'the spore (commonly a winter or resting spore) of the Uredinales from which the basidium is produced' (Ainsworth & Bisby); “a spore of the terminal stage of Uredinales and Ustilaginales, which is a thick-walled ‘probasidium’ or group of probasidia, each unit of which upon germination produces and ‘epibasidium’ (‘promycelium’); the ‘zeugite’ of these groups” (Snell & Dick); = teleutospora,-ae (s.f.I), abl.sg. teleutospora;

- teliosporis non septatis, in stratis 4-9 dispositis, rectangularibus, cubicis vel variabilibus, pariete 0.5-1 mm crasso, hyalinis vel flavidis, with the teliospores non septate, arranged in 4-9 layers, rectangular, cubic or variable, with the wall 0.5-1 mm thick, [the spores] hyaline or yellowish.

- teliosporis unicellularibus, membranis uniformibus, with the teliospores unicellular, with the membranes uniform.

- teliosporis angulatis vel sub compressione polygonicis, teliospores angulate or under compression polygonal.

 

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