Exobasidiales (subclass Holobasidiomycetidae) An order of fungi that are obligately parasitic (see parasitism) in higher plants. Basidia are arranged in a hymenium, but there is no true basidiocarp. Species are found on a wide range of plants; some cause disease in cultivated plants.
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