/ (tɪˈluːtəˌspɔː) /
another name for teliospore
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Derived forms of teleutosporeteleutosporic, adjective
Word Origin for teleutospore
C19: from Greek teleutē, from telos end + spore
Words nearby teleutospore
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Example sentences from the Web for teleutospore
The teleutospore stage of many Uredineae also occurs in deep brown spots.Disease in Plants|H. Marshall Ward
There is also a further reduction in that the basidium is not derived from a teleutospore but is borne directly on the mycelium.