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DISTINGUISHED
KARNAL BUNT
NUCLEI
WINTER
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MEIOSIS
BASIDIA
SPORES
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BASIDIOSPORES
TELIOSPORES
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Definitions

  1. Teliospores are a form of chlamydospore produced through the fusion of cells or hyphae where the nuclei of the fused cells stay separate.
  2. Teliospores are usually dark-coloured, and consist of two dikaryote cells.
  3. Teliospores are bicellular, and both cells can germinate to form basidia.
  4. Teliospores are dispersed by wind.
  5. Teliospores are disseminated by wind or during combining.

Distinguished

  1. Smut teliospores cannot easily be distinguished from the myxomycetes and certain species of Periconia.

Karnal Bunt

  1. Fig. 2. Ryegrass seed infected with Tilletia walkeri that is the karnal bunt "look-alike" along with teliospores of T. walkeri.

Nuclei

  1. Teliospores develop within the sorus by conversion of dikaryotic mycelial cells into thick-walled resistant spores within which paired nuclei fuse.

Winter

  1. Stem rust can survive as teliospores during winter when aeciospores are a major source of inoculum.
  2. Teliospores pass the winter in a dormant state on the dry, dead daylily leaves.

Alternate

  1. ALTERNATE HOST - the second host of heteroecious rusts: that which does not bear the sexual state (the teliospores); see PRIMARY HOST.

Flowers

  1. The same result was found in vivo, after the inoculation of teliospores into leaves, flowers, lateral meristems, and cotyledons of S. latifolia (54).

Late Summer

  1. In late summer, teliospores (the overwintering spores) are again produced on Populus leaves, completing the rust's life cycle.

Meiosis

  1. In the spring the teliospores undergo meiosis and germinate to form basidia.

Basidia

  1. The basidia are produced from the teliospores.

Spores

  1. The rust fungus produces two types of spores (urediniospores and teliospores) only on raspberries (Figure 48).

Chlamydospores

  1. Examples are chlamydospores, teliospores, zygospores, and myxospores.
  2. The resting spores (oospores, teliospores or chlamydospores) of some fungi can survive for twenty years or more.
  3. In the smuts the teliospores are known as chlamydospores.

Species

  1. The species are distinguished by morphological characteristics of the teliospores (Ono Y. et al., Mycol.
  2. Puccinia graminis - Image showing the two-celled teliospores of this species which causes stem rust of wheat.

Smut Fungi

  1. Meiosis also occurs in teliospores of some smut fungi, but meiotic division is more characteristic of the tubular basidium that develops at germination.
  2. Two samples had teliospores of Ustilago serpens, a smut common on grasses; otherwise no other teliospores of smut fungi were found.

Basidiospores

  1. The teliospores borne in these telia germinate to produce a basidium, which in turn produces basidiospores.
  2. In the spring, the teliospores germinate on the dead daylily leaves to produce basidiospores.
  3. Teliospores and basidiospores are rare in nature, although teliospores are more frequent on some host species.

Teliospores

  1. MACROCYCLIC - describes rust fungi which produce all 5 developmental stages -- basidiospores, spermatia, aeciospores, urediniospores, and teliospores (cf.
  2. Wind disperses the urediospores, teliospores, basidiospores, and aeciospores.
  3. Teliospores: spores produced by a telium in some fungi such as rusts or smuts.

Categories

  1. Basidiospores
  2. Rust Fungi
  3. Smut Fungi
  4. Chlamydospores
  5. Zygospores
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