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- proper noun mycology A form-genus name applied to a stage of development of a fungus whose aecia have developed but whose species has not been identified.
- proper noun botany The family of diseases marked by this stage of fungus development on a plant.
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Reported fungi include Aecidium cantense and Rhizoctonia solani.
Fungal diseases reported are powdery mildew (due to Oidium sp.), which is parasitised by Cincinnobolus cesati; leaf spot (caused by Phoma sp.) and stem rust (caused by Aecidium sp.).
The well-known "Witches-Brooms," or "Hexen-Besen," produced by the fungus Aecidium elatinum.) instead of horizontally, like all the other twigs on the same branch.
The lateral branches of the silver fir often grow out into knobs through the action of a fungus, Aecidium; and from these knobs shoots grow vertically (753/2.