telial
adjective see telium

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • telial — [tē′lē əl, tel′ēəl] adj. 1. of a telium 2. designating or of the final stage in the life cycle of the rust fungi * * * See telium. * * * …   Universalium

  • telial — [tē′lē əl, tel′ēəl] adj. 1. of a telium 2. designating or of the final stage in the life cycle of the rust fungi …   English World dictionary

  • telial — te·lial …   English syllables

  • telial — ˈtēlēəlˌ lyəl adjective Etymology: New Latin telium + English al : of or relating to a telium * * * tēˈlial adjective • • • Main Entry: ↑telium …   Useful english dictionary

  • telial stage — telial stage, Botany. the last phase in the life cycle of certain rust fungi, in which teliospores are produced …   Useful english dictionary

  • telium — telial, adj. /tee lee euhm, tel ee /, n., pl. telia /tee lee euh, tel ee euh/. Mycol. the cluster of spore cases of the rust and smut fungi, bearing teliospores. [1905 10; < NL < Gk téleion, neut. of téleios finished] * * * …   Universalium

  • Cronartium ribicola — on Western White Pine Scientific classification Kingdom …   Wikipedia

  • telium — noun (plural telia) Etymology: New Latin, from Greek teleios complete Date: circa 1905 a teliospore producing sorus or pustule on the host plant of a rust fungus • telial adjective …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Gymnosporangium — Taxobox name = Gymnosporangium image width = 200px image caption = A Gymnosporangium species regnum = Fungi divisio = Basidiomycota classis = Urediniomycetes ordo = Uredinales familia = Pucciniaceae genus = Gymnosporangium subdivision ranks =… …   Wikipedia

  • Heteroecious — A heteroecious parasite is one that requires at least two hosts. The primary host is the host in which the parasite spends its adult life; the other is the secondary host .Heteroecious parasites include: * Gymnosporangium (Cedar apple rust); the… …   Wikipedia

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