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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Uredo,-inis (s.f.III), abl. sg. uredine: the uredostage of a rust, formerly regarded as a distinct genus.

Uredo,-inis Pers. (s.f.III), abl. sg. Uredine: a genus of fungi; a form genus of rusts including forms having either a uredostage only or having a uredostage together with pycnial and aecial stages (WIII) [> L. uredo,-inis (s.f.III) a blast, blight of plants; a burning itch > uro, ussi, ustum 3. to burn, to burn up, destroy by fire, to sting or pain acutely]

Uredinales, the Rust Fungi or Rusts: obligate parasites of seed plants and ferns, a number of which are very important pathogens; Uredinaria,-ae Chev.(s.f.I), Uredinella,-ae Couch (s.f.I), Uredinopsis,is (s.f.III) Magn.,

Uredinaria,-ae Chev., Uredinula,-ae Speg. (s.f.I), Uredopeltis,-is (s.f.III) P. Henn., Uredinopsis Magn.

uredo-: in Gk. comb. note that often the stem, uredin- + -o- is reduced to ured- + -o- as used in (English) word combinations, but in taxonomic names the full stem (uredin-) is generally used (cf. Uredopeltis).

 

A work in progress, presently with preliminary A through R, and S, and with S (in part) through Z essentially completed.
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