noun Uro·my·cla·di·um \-ˌmīˈklādēəm\

Definition of Uromycladium

  1. :  a genus of chiefly Australian rusts (family Pucciniaceae) distinguished by teliospores clustered at the top of a stalk with usually a colorless cyst just below and including several forms (as U. tepperianum) that disfigure and destroy wattles in Australia

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Origin and Etymology of uromycladium

New Latin, from Uromyces + clad- + -ium

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a brief usually trivial fact

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