Teleutospore



noun, Mycology.
1.
a spore of certain rust fungi, which carries the fungus through the winter and which, on germination, produces the promycelium.
teleutospore
/tɪˈluːtəˌspɔː/
noun
1.
another name for teliospore
noun
1.
any of the dark noninfective spores that are produced in each telium of the rust fungi and remain dormant during the winter Also called teleutospore

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