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- n. Plural form of uredospore.
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The fungus which produces these uredospores and teleutospores was named and has been long distinguished as _Coleosporium Senecionis_ (Pers.)
It puts forth the long, branched germinal hyphæ on the damp surface of a leaf of Senecio, and one of the branches enters a stoma, and forms a mycelium in the leaf: after some time, the mycelium gives rise to the uredospores and teleutospores of Coleosporium
_Teleutospores, uredospores_, etc., are other names for spores similarly formed.
_uredospores_ on the groundsel plants which live through the winter.