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*  Plant virus
... demonstrated that the sap of mosaic obtained from tobacco leaves developed mosaic symptom when injected in healthy plants. ... Plants do not move, and so plant-to-plant transmission usually involves vectors (such as insects). Plant cells are surrounded ... Plant viruses are pathogenic to higher plants. Although plant viruses are not nearly as well understood as the animal ... Plant viruses are viruses that affect plants. Like all other viruses, plant viruses are obligate intracellular parasites that ...
*  Watermelon mosaic virus
"Watermelon mosaic 2 potyvirus". Plant Viruses Online. University of Idaho. "About Plant Viruses". Florida Department of ... For example, watermelon mosaic causes systemic mosaic and occasional leaf malformation in Cucurbita pepo a type of Squash while ... Aphids pick up the plant virus during probing and transmit it non-persistently to other hosts for a period of time up to a few ... WMV-2 Genome Plant Viruses Online Database on Watermelon Mosaic 2 Mosaic Virus Disease of Vine Crops Fact Sheet Description of ...
*  Cymbopogon citratus
In traditional medicine of India the leaves of the plant are used as stimulant, sudorific, antiperiodic, and anticatarrhal, ... Its fragrant leaves are traditionally used in cooking, particularly for lechon and roasted chicken. The dried leaves can also ... "The Plant List: A Working List of All Plant Species". Retrieved May 8, 2014. "Tanglad / Lemongrass". Market Manila. August 21, ... The leaves of Cymbopogon citratus have been used in traditional medicine and are often found in herbal supplements and teas. In ...
*  Globodera pallida
An infested plant becomes yellow and wilted and loses its leaves. This nematode is an important agricultural pest, especially ... It is well known as a plant pathogen, especially of potatoes. It is "one of the most economically important plant parasitic ... 2014). The genome and life-stage specific transcriptomes of Globodera pallida elucidate key aspects of plant parasitism by a ... The juvenile nematodes feed on the roots of the plant. Eggs develop inside the females after fertilization, and when the ...
*  Blackberry
With a raspberry, the torus remains on the plant, leaving a hollow core in the raspberry fruit. The term bramble, a word ... Blackberry leaves are food for certain caterpillars; some grazing mammals, especially deer, are also very fond of the leaves. ... although other thorny plants, such as Crataegus (hawthorn) and Euphorbia milii (crown of thorns plant), have been proposed as ... Unmanaged mature plants form a tangle of dense arching stems, the branches rooting from the node tip on many species when they ...
*  Cytoplasmic male sterility
In the early 1970s plants containing CMS-T genetics were susceptible to southern corn leaf blight and suffered from widespread ... Male-sterile plants may be propagated, since they can still set seed, while female-sterile plants cannot. Male sterility can ... Hybrid production requires a female plant in which no viable male gametes are borne. Emasculation is done to prevent a plant ... Thus plants with N cytoplasm are fertile and S cytoplasm with genotype Rf- leads to fertiles while S cytoplasm with rfrf ...
*  Geminiviridae
... leaf curl Cebu virus Tomato leaf curl China virus Tomato leaf curl Comoros virus Tomato leaf curl Diana virus Tomato leaf curl ... ICTV Online (10th) Report; Geminiviridae Description of Plant Viruses MicrobiologyBytes: Plant Viruses Viralzone: Geminiviridae ... leaf curl Hainan virus Tomato leaf curl Hanoi virus Tomato leaf curl Hsinchu virus Tomato leaf curl Iran virus Tomato leaf curl ... leaf curl Sinaloa virus Tomato leaf curl Sri Lanka virus Tomato leaf curl Sudan virus Tomato leaf curl Taiwan virus Tomato leaf ...
*  Plant disease resistance
Lr34 is a gene that provides partial resistance to leaf and yellow rusts and powdery mildew in wheat. Lr34 encodes an adenosine ... appropriate planting date and plant density, control of field moisture, and pesticide use. Plant cuticle/surface Plant cell ... Lucas, J.A., "Plant Defence." Chapter 9 in Plant Pathology and Plant Pathogens, 3rd ed. 1998 Blackwell Science. ISBN 0-632- ... Plant breeders emphasize selection and development of disease-resistant plant lines. Plant diseases can also be partially ...
*  Potato virus Y
This strain was described in tobacco plants growing close to potato plants. PVYN results in leaf necrosis and mild or even no ... Physiol Mol Plant P, 48: 65-71 Pompe-Novak M., Wrischer M., Ravnikar M. 2001. Ulrastructure of chloroplasts in leaves of potato ... Infection of a potato plant with the PVYO strain results in mild tuber damage and does not cause leaf necrosis. Both PVYN and ... As the virus spreads through the plant the systemic symptoms develop on uninoculated leaves. 10 days after inoculation wrinkles ...
*  Phellodendron amurense
Plants of Man. Cited in Plants for a Future:Phellodendron amurense "Food and health: Amur cork tree fruit oil". Lis A.; Boczek ... Compounds in the leaves (quercetin, quercetin-3-O-beta-D-glucoside, quercetin-3-O-beta-D-galactoside and kaempferol-3-O-beta-D- ... Phellodendron amurense PLANTS Profile for Phellodendron amurense (Amur corktree) , USDA PLANTS Cortex Phellodendron. ... 12 (1) (pp 50-54), 2006 Leu C.-H., Li C.-Y., Yao X., Wu T.-S."Constituents from the leaves of Phellodendron amurense and their ...
*  Tomato yellow leaf curl virus
The primary plant host impacted by TYLCV infection are tomato plants, but other plant hosts used for food such as peppers ( ... The primary host for TYLCV is the tomato plant, and other plant hosts where TYLCV infection has been found include eggplants, ... muswar Symptoms of TYLCV infection include severe stunting, reduction of leaf size, upward cupping/curling of leaves, chlorosis ... Plant Protection Sciences. 3: 81-97. Ghanim, M; Czosnek, H (2000). "Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Geminivirus (TYLCV-Is) Is ...
*  Plant pathology
... as an organism affecting leaves would be starved when the leafy crop is replaced by a tuberous type, etc. Other means to ... Plant viruses are generally transmitted from plant to plant by a vector, but mechanical and seed transmission also occur. ... and by plant cultivation approaches such as crop rotation, use of pathogen-free seed, appropriate planting date and plant ... how plant diseases affect humans and animals, pathosystem genetics, and management of plant diseases. Control of plant diseases ...
*  Amolops akhaorum
They were found perched on rocks, plant leaves, a mossy vine, or a fallen tree trunk above stream. All were males that were ...
*  Solanum nigrum
The leaves, among other greens, were cooked by rolling hot stones among them in a covered gourd. The plant has a long history ... This plant's leaves are used to treat mouth ulcers that happen during winter periods of Tamil Nadu, India. It is known as ... Parts of this plant can be toxic to livestock and humans. Nonetheless, ripe berries and cooked leaves of edible strains are ... In addition, the leaves are collected by women and children, who cook the leaves in salty water and consume them like any other ...
*  Penicillium qii
... is a species of the genus of Penicillium which was isolated from plant leaves in China. List of Penicillium ...
*  Melicope latifolia
... the plant's leaves have been used in the treatment of cramps and fevers. In Indonesia, the plant's resin has been used as a ... Melicope latifolia is a plant in the citrus family Rutaceae. The specific epithet latifolia is from the Latin meaning "broad- ... "Melicope latifolia (DC.) T.G.Hartley". The Plant List. Retrieved 17 March 2015. Jones, David T. (1995). "Melicope latifolia (DC ...
*  Brig-Glis
However, in the middle to late 20th Century, most of the industrial plants left Brig. In 1990, 81% of the work force worked in ... The municipality is a net importer of workers, with about 2.4 workers entering the municipality for every one leaving. About ... The Brig-Naters power plant was built in 1900 to supply power to the towns and their growing industry. ...
*  Paleontology in Delaware
A variety of local plants left behind abundant fossils in the state's contemporary terrestrial environments. Local animals ... He was so huge that when he crossed the mountains he left footprints in solid rock. The creature was eventually killed by ... The dwindling local terrestrial environments were home to a variety of plants, dinosaurs, and pterosaurs. Along with New Jersey ...
*  Abscisic acid
... owes its names to its role in the abscission of plant leaves. In preparation for winter, ABA is produced in ... ABA-mediated signaling also plays an important part in plant responses to environmental stress and plant pathogens. The plant ... Abscisic acid (ABA) is a plant hormone. ABA functions in many plant developmental processes, including bud dormancy, and can be ... ABA is also produced by some plant pathogenic fungi via a biosynthetic route different from ABA biosynthesis in plants. ...
*  Phytophthora fragariae
The younger plant leaves turn blue-green, and older leaves turn red or yellow. The plant will wilt and collapse. In some cases ... Other plants have been reported to be susceptible to P. fragariae, and they include some Potentialla species, rosaceous plants ... not frequently, the plant will merely wilt and die before visible symptoms are able to develop above the ground. The plant may ... fragariae and that the plants you are planting show no symptoms. Fosetyl-alcohol and fungicides have been approved for use ...
*  Spray (liquid drop)
Pre-emergent herbicides are sprayed onto soil, but many materials are applied to the plant leaf surface. Agricultural sprays ... Herbicides, insecticides and pesticides are spray applied to soil or plant foliage to distribute and disperse these materials. ... plant maintenance, steel mill bearings, railroad bearings and engine rebuilding. High pressure sprays are used to de-burr ... from coal-fired power plants. Water is sprayed to remove particulate solids using a spray tower or a cyclonic spray scrubber ...
*  Pennantia corymbosa
Juvenile plants have small leaves with tangled, divaricating stems, while mature plants have much larger leaves and a normal ... One of the English names is "duck's foot", coming from the shape of the juvenile plant's leaf. ... "Traditional Plant Use By Māori". eske-style. Retrieved 25 August 2012. "Kaikomako (Pennantia corymbosa)". Taranaki Educational ...
*  Mizuna
... is a cultivated crop plant from the species Brassica juncea var. japonica a dark green, serrated leafed plant. The taste of ' ... Select fresh crisp leaves, avoiding those that are slightly discolored. They will keep four to five days when wrapped in ... Mizuna greens have a mild mustard plant flavour. The usual sowing time, outside, is from early to late summer, but it can be ... According to the BBC: Not only is it good to eat, it's also quite decorative, with glossy, serrated, dark green leaves and ...
*  Lycaena epixanthe
Females lay their eggs singly on the underside of host plant leaves a few inches above the bog surface. The whitish egg can ... Adults like to sip drops of dew clinging to leaves and almost exclusively nectar on their host plant, cranberries. Because of ... If the female has already mated or does not want to mate, she will vibrate her wings and then the male will leave. ... The larvae feed upon shrubby cranberries in the heath family (Ericaceae). Here is a list of host plants used by the bog copper ...
*  Myriad Botanical Gardens
Iron vines support the "dome" of this bronze plant's leaves, where visitors can enter for a view from underneath. "Flying Fish ... Its primary feature is the Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory - a 224-foot (68 m) living plant museum featuring towering palm ... trees, tropical plants and flowers, waterfalls, and exotic animals. The Myriad Botanical Gardens provides multiple education ...
*  Phalaris aquatica
Leaves and seedlings contain the tryptamine hallucinogens DMT, 5-MeO-DMT and related compounds. A raw, dried plant Phalaris ... Psychedelic plants Invasive grasses of North America Invasive plant species "Phalaris aquatica". Germplasm Resources ... It is an erect, waist-high, stout perennial bunch grass with grayish to bluish green leaves. Flowering heads are dense, spike- ... https://www.feedipedia.org/node/391 Toxicants of Plant Origin - Google Book Search. books.google.com. Retrieved 2008-04-20. ...
*  Oʻahu tree snail
... and feed by grazing fungus which grows on the surface of native plant leaves. Although these tree snails are occasionally found ... Many of these arboreal snails are sinistral or left-handed in their spiral shell coiling, whereas most gastropod shells are ... on introduced plants, it is unknown whether or not the fungus which grows on these plants can provide long-term support for ... All are endangered, there being only about hundred individuals of each species left. All 41 species are listed under United ...