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- Teliospores are a form of chlamydospore produced through the fusion of cells or hyphae where the nuclei of the fused cells stay separate.
- Teliospores are usually dark-coloured, and consist of two dikaryote cells.
- Teliospores are bicellular, and both cells can germinate to form basidia.
- Teliospores are dispersed by wind.
- Teliospores are disseminated by wind or during combining.
- Smut teliospores cannot easily be distinguished from the myxomycetes and certain species of Periconia.
- Fig. 2. Ryegrass seed infected with Tilletia walkeri that is the karnal bunt "look-alike" along with teliospores of T. walkeri.
- Teliospores develop within the sorus by conversion of dikaryotic mycelial cells into thick-walled resistant spores within which paired nuclei fuse.
- Stem rust can survive as teliospores during winter when aeciospores are a major source of inoculum.
- Teliospores pass the winter in a dormant state on the dry, dead daylily leaves.
- ALTERNATE HOST - the second host of heteroecious rusts: that which does not bear the sexual state (the teliospores); see PRIMARY HOST.
- The same result was found in vivo, after the inoculation of teliospores into leaves, flowers, lateral meristems, and cotyledons of S. latifolia (54).
- In late summer, teliospores (the overwintering spores) are again produced on Populus leaves, completing the rust's life cycle.
- In the spring the teliospores undergo meiosis and germinate to form basidia.
- The basidia are produced from the teliospores.
- The rust fungus produces two types of spores (urediniospores and teliospores) only on raspberries (Figure 48).
- Examples are chlamydospores, teliospores, zygospores, and myxospores.
- The resting spores (oospores, teliospores or chlamydospores) of some fungi can survive for twenty years or more.
- In the smuts the teliospores are known as chlamydospores.
- The species are distinguished by morphological characteristics of the teliospores (Ono Y. et al., Mycol.
- Puccinia graminis - Image showing the two-celled teliospores of this species which causes stem rust of wheat.
- Meiosis also occurs in teliospores of some smut fungi, but meiotic division is more characteristic of the tubular basidium that develops at germination.
- Two samples had teliospores of Ustilago serpens, a smut common on grasses; otherwise no other teliospores of smut fungi were found.
- The teliospores borne in these telia germinate to produce a basidium, which in turn produces basidiospores.
- In the spring, the teliospores germinate on the dead daylily leaves to produce basidiospores.
- Teliospores and basidiospores are rare in nature, although teliospores are more frequent on some host species.
- MACROCYCLIC - describes rust fungi which produce all 5 developmental stages -- basidiospores, spermatia, aeciospores, urediniospores, and teliospores (cf.
- Wind disperses the urediospores, teliospores, basidiospores, and aeciospores.
- Teliospores: spores produced by a telium in some fungi such as rusts or smuts.
- Rust Fungi
- Smut Fungi
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