aecium (aecidiosorus) A structure formed by certain rust fungi (order Uredinales) in the tissues of a host plant. A mature aecium is often cup-shaped, with chains of spores (aeciospores) being produced from the base of the cup; in some rust fungi the aecium is a more diffuse structure.
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