Ustilago (family Ustilaginaceae, order Ustilaginales) A genus of smut fungi in which teliospore germination gives rise to a transversely septate promycelium which bears lateral and apical basidiospores. Species are parasitic on a range of plants, causing some important diseases (e.g. U. nuda is responsible for loose smut of barley).
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