aeciospore

[ee-see-uh-spawr, -spohr, ee-shee-]
noun Mycology.
a spore borne by an aecium.

Origin:
1875–80; aeci(um) + -o- + spore

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aeciospore (ˈiːsɪəˌspɔː)
 
n
Also called: aecidospore any of the spores produced in an aecium of the rust fungi, which spread to and infect the primary host
 
[C20: from aecium + spore]

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aeciospore   (ē'sē-ə-spôr', -shē-)  Pronunciation Key 
A spore produced in the aecium of a rust fungus. Each spore has two nuclei and is part of a chain of spores.
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Photomicrograph of an aeciospore of the cedar-hawthorn rust fungus.
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