Definition of Smut fungus

1. Noun. Any fungus of the order Ustilaginales.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Smut Fungus

smurfing
smurfs
smurfy
smurred
smurrier
smurriest
smurring
smurry
smurs
smushed
smushes
smushing
smushy
smut fungus (current term)
smutch
smutched
smutches
smutchier
smutchiest
smutchin
smutching
smutchy
smuthounds
smutmonger
smutmongers

Literary usage of Smut fungus

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The American Monthly Microscopical Journal by Chas. W. Smiley (1888)
"Two hundred spores of smut fungus could find ample room inside a single spore ... Owing to their extraordinary smallness, the spores of the smut fungus find ..."

2. Diseases of Field and Garden Crops by Worthington George Smith (1884)
"As there is no disgusting odour belonging to the " smut" fungus, it does not spoil the flour to an equal extent with the Tilletia. ..."

3. Diseases of Field and Garden Crops: Chiefly Such as are Caused by Fungi by Worthington George Smith (1884)
"As there is no disgusting odour belonging to the " smut" fungus, it does not spoil the flour to an equal extent with the Tilletia. ..."

4. Practical Agriculture: A Brief Treatise on Agriculture, Horticulture by John Walter Wilkinson (1909)
"The spores of the oat smut fungus are lodged under the seed coat and infect ... The wheat smut fungus gains entrance to the seed at the blossoming time and ..."

5. Practical Agriculture: A Brief Treatise on Agriculture, Horticulture by John Walter Wilkinson (1909)
"The spores of the oat smut fungus are lodged under the seed coat and infect ... The wheat smut fungus gains entrance to the seed at the blossoming time and ..."

6. Practical Agriculture: A Brief Treatise on Agriculture, Horticulture by John Walter Wilkinson (1900)
"The spores of the oat smut fungus are lodged under the seed coat and infect ... The wheat smut fungus gains entrance to the seed at the blossoming time and ..."

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