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Definition of the noun albugo

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noun - plural:

  • albugo: albugos
  • Albugo: -

  1. type genus of the Albuginaceae; fungi causing white rusts

Alternative definition of the noun albugo


  1. [dated] A leucoma.

Phrases with Albugo

Phrases starting with the word Albugo:

  1. Albugo Candida
  2. Albugo Mors-Uvae
  3. Albugo Achyranthis
  4. Albugo cruciferarum
  5. Albugo Candida Candida
  6. Albugo Candida Macrospora
  7. Albugo Candida Microspora
  8. Albugo Candida Ellipsoidea

Phrases ending with the word Albugo:

  1. Alaba Albugo
  2. Diala Albugo
  3. genus albugo
  4. Lymnas Albugo
  5. Rissoa Albugo
  6. Peniophora Albugo
  7. Lymnas Albugo Albugo
  8. Species Alaba Albugo
  9. Species Diala Albugo
  10. Species Rissoa Albugo

Other phrases containing the word Albugo:

  1. Lymnas Albugo Limbata
  2. Species Albugo Candida

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Albugo

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Google previewThe Eclectic Practice in Diseases of Children (1884)

by John Milton Scudder

Albugo is that form of opacity in which the spot has a pearly appearance, and generally results from effusion of plastic lymph in the anterior layers of the cornea . It usually results from the phlyctenula which have receded withont bursting.

Google previewA treatise on the diseases of the eye and its appendages (1835)

by Richard Middlemore

Albugo is a dense opacity of the cornea generally affecting its laminar structure and very commonly consolidating its layers, so that when you examine the state of the cornea after death in these instances, you cannot move its layers upon each ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Medical and Surgical Knowledge ... By the Editor of the “Dictionary of Useful Knowledge” &c. [i.e. Robert Kemp Philp.] (1864)

An albugo is a white opacity of the omen, or horny coat of the eye,—not superficial, but deeply afl'ecting the structure of that membrane. Like leucoma, this disease is generally the result of acute ophthalmia. See 001mm, Drsmsas or.

Google previewThe Eclectic Practice of Medicine (1888)

by John Milton Scudder

Albugo is that form of opacity in which the spot has a }>early apj>enr- ance, and generally results from effusion of plastic lymph, iu the anterior layers of the cornea. It usually results from phlyctenule which have receded without bursting.

Google previewBrock Biology of Microorganisms (2016)

by Cram101 Textbook Reviews

Albugo: Albugo is a genus of oomycetes which are not true fungi, although many discussions of this organism still treat it as a fungus. The taxonomy of this genus is incomplete, but several species are plant pathogens. Albugo is one of three ...

Google previewA Synopsis of Modern Practical Surgery (1835)

Albugo is a dense speck of a clear pearl color, sometimes situated upon the surface, but for the most part between the lamellae, or in the very substance of the cornea ; seldom attended with inflammation and never permanent dilatation and ...

Google previewA Tratise on the Discases of the Eye and Its Appendages. - London, Longman 1835 (1835)

by Richard Middlemore

Albugo is a dense opacity of the cornea generally affecting its laminar structure and very commonly consolidating its layers, so that when you examine the state of the cornea after death in these instances, you cannot move its layers upon each ...

Google previewWhite Rust of Crucifers: Biology, Ecology and Management (2014)

by Govind Singh Saharan, Prithwi Raj Verma, Prabhu Dayal Meena, Arvind Kumar

The genus Albugo is a widely distributed fungus of obligatory plant pathogens, containing more than 50 species infecting more than 400 host plants of 31 ...

Google previewOomycete Genetics and Genomics (2009)

Diversity, Interactions and Research Tools by Kurt Lamour, Sophien Kamoun

Albugo is the first genus that had been described in the Oomycota more than 30 years before the first downy mildew genus Peronospora was described by Corda (1837). During the following century, only a few new species were described, ...

Google previewRemarks on the examination of recruits, intended for the use of young medical officers (1854)

by Hampden Hugh Massy

Albugo is a deposit of lymph in the deep layers of the cornea ; the absorption of this, likewise, must never induce speculation in a recruit. Were any one of these opacities situated in the axis of vision, impairing the sight of even one eye, it is a ...

Google previewThe Principles and practice of surgery (1852)

by William Pirrie

Albugo is the name given to opacity of the cornea, when it depends upon the effusion of lymph into any part of the cornea or between it and its conjunctival covering, or. when the effusion is so dense as to give it a white pearly appearance.


Albugo is a term employed in Surgery to designate the white opacity that often follows ulceration of the cornea of the eye. In infancy, the comparatively rapid interchange of materials will often diminish to a great extent both the extent and ...

Google previewLondon Medical Gazette (1832)

Or, Journal of Practical Medicine

Vascular albugo is a peculiar variety of inflammation of the conjunctiva corueje. The proper substance of the cornea is often the seat of inflammatien, when neither the mucous membrane nor the lining membrane is at ail affected. In- flatuinatioii ...

Google previewDictionary of Medical Vocabulary in English, 1375–1550 (2016)

Body Parts, Sicknesses, Instruments, and Medicinal Preparations by Juhani Norri

albugo. albugineus. Forms: albeginem, albigineum, albugenei, albugenius, albuginee, albuginei, albugineo, albugines, albugineum, albugineus. [ML albugineus (MLWs.v.; see quot.).] Aqueous humour; clear, watery fluid filling chamber of eye ...

Google previewLexicon Physico-medicum (1794)

Or, A New Medicinal Dictionary. Explaining the Difficult Terms Used in the Several Branches of the Profession, and in Such Parts of Natural Philosophy, as are Introductory Thereto. With an Account of the Things Signified by Such Terms. Collected from the Most Eminent Authors by John Quincy

Albugo. Albuginose Humour. So the aqueous humour of the eye hath been called. Albugo Corallii, a name of the magiftery of coral, which it hath obtained from its whiteness. Albugo Oculorum, the white fpeck on the eyes.

Google previewThe American Medical Lexicon (1811)

On the Plan of Quincy's Lexicon Physico-medicum, with Many Retrenchments, Additions, and Improvements; Comprising an Explanation of the Etymology and Signification of the Terms Used in Anatomy, Physiology, Surgery, Materia Medica, Chemistry, and the Practice of Physic. Compiled from the Most Approved Authorities

Albugo Oculorum, the white speck on the eyes. The Greeks named it Leucoma; the Latins, ...Albugo, JWebula, and JWubecula ; some ancient writers have called it Pterygium, Pennus Oculi, Onyx, Unguis, and AEgides. It is a variety of Cullen's ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Plant Sciences (2012)

by Michael Allaby

Albugo. (family *Albuginaceae) A genus of *fungi; A. candida is a *parasite of * brassicas and is particularly common on Capsella bursapastoris (shepherd's purse). albuminous. Applied to seeds that contain *endosperm when mature.

Google previewThe London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of science, art, literature, and practical mechanics, by the orig. ed. of the Encyclopaedia metropolitana [T. Curtis]. (1839)

by Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington)

Scarpa distinguishes the superficial and recent state of the disease, from the albugo and leucoma, which are usually accompanied with inflammation, assume a clear pearl color, and affect the very substance of the cornea. The nebula, or slight ...

Google previewA dictionary of science, literature and art, ed. by W.T. Brande assisted by J. Cauvin. ed. by W.T. Brande and G.W. Cox.3 vols (1865)

by William Thomas Brande

Albugo ( Lat,). A disease of the eye, con- osting of a white speck in the cornea. Album (Lat. ).

Google previewA Critical Pronouncing Dictionary (1834)

And Expositor of the English Language... by John Walker

Resembling an albugo. Albugo, al-bu'gi, ». 84. A disease in the eye, by which the cornea contracts a whiteness. Album, al-bim, s. (Lat.) A white paper book in which to insert autographs, &c. Alcahest, al-ki-hest, j. 84. An universal dissolvent.

Google previewLexicon of Plant Pests and Diseases (2013)

by Manuel Merino-Rodríguez

de falsche Mehltau des Salates Chrysophlyctís emlobiotica See: Synclzylrl'zml endobz'olz'clmz Cystopus candídus see: Albugo Candida Cystopus tragopogonis see: Albugo tragopogonis [метет vascular-um (Plasmodíophora vascularum) ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Microbiology (2009)

Albugo candida ( crucifers) Albugo ipomoeae-panduranae (sweet potato) and many species of Phytophthora, ...

Google previewThe Cyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and Literature. - London, Longman, Hurst (usw.) 1819-20 (1819)

by Abraham Rees

ALBUGO. or ALBUM and), the same with albuginm, or the 'white as 'be eye. v ALBUGO, in Surgery, otherwise called LEUCOMA, is a wliitish opaque speck, on the transparent part of the eye. It is denominated by popular writers, a star, silm, ...

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White rust caused by Albugo candida

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