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Plant Pathology Glossary
... living organisms. For example, plant diseases of a biotic origin are caused by living organisms such as insects, nematodes, etc. Biotroph an organism that can live and reproduce only on another living ... ectoparasite. Endobiotic describes an organism living within the cells or tissues of a host organism. Endobiotic organisms are endoparasites. Enzyme a protein produced by living cells that can speed ...
bugs.bio.usyd.edu.au

Tom Volk's Fungi FAQ
... to put it bluntly-- vomit, seems to be some kind of living, thriving fungal entity. This patch of muted golden-colored "whatever ... so prevalent in the environment? A. Fungi are very successful organisms because of the genetic plasticity and physiological versatility. Many ... 1992. The fungus Armillaria bulbosa is among the largest and oldest living organisms. Nature 356:428-431) and was reported on the ...
botit.botany.wisc.edu

Ant Trails: A Key to Management with Baits
... has seen ant activity. Window sills should be used for card locations in the living room and bedroom of each apartment. Dead insects on window sills attract foraging ants, ... for better control while minimizing the use of chemical pesticides. Using Bait Stations Like all living organisms, ants have certain nutritional requirements: carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. In nature they obtain these ...
edis.ifas.ufl.edu

Pesticide Labeling: Labeling Claims
... products. EPA will review efficacy data when a product bears a claim to control pest organisms that pose a threat to human health. Such pests may include: Microorganisms which are infectious ... can kill all living organisms. If used on a non-public health product, it must be qualified by directions for use or other statements that make clear the types of organisms controlled. False ...
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EXTOXNET FAQs - Adverse Health Risk Assesment
... toxicity. This is called HAZARD IDENTIFICATION. Another component is an assessment of the response of living organisms at various doses of the substance. At what dose will we see effects? At what ...
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Glossary of Terms
... cell Basic Alkaline; a compound with a pH above 7. Bioaccumulation The accumulation within living organisms of toxic substances occuring in the environment. Back to Top - C - Cancer A disease ... Any chemical which can produce toxic effects; includes toxins which are toxicants produced by living organisms. Example: DDT and PCBs are toxicants, strychnine and pyrethrins are toxins produced by plants. ...
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Tropical Rainforest | Temporate Rainforest
... most biodiverse ecological habitats on Earth and is home to 50 percent of all living organisms on earth. Tropical rainforests mainly occur inside the World's equatorial regions. Subtopics ... Rainforests and BiodiversityA tropical rainforest is the world's most spectacular example of a living ecosystem and the ultimate in biodiversity. Heartburn Help GERD Screening QuizHeartburn-Free RecipesHeartburn ...
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The Great American Coniferous Forest
... A combination of temperature, rainfall, and topography creates conditions favorable for growing the largest living organisms - the inland sequoias and the coast redwoods . The Olympic rainforest of Washington supports ... and bristlecone pine. The bristlecone pine has been discovered to be the oldest living thing. The Northern Forest This Northern Forest spreads across four thousand miles, from ...
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Open Directory - Business:Agriculture and Forestry
... World category. Please read the Description before submitting your site. The Biologicals category focuses on living organisms, or products derived from, and utilized for pest and disease control or growth enhancement and ...
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Open Directory - Science:Biology:Flora and Fauna
... five Kingdoms plus Viruses. Potential contents include descriptions and images of the organisms, classification, anatomy, physiology, behavior, distribution, reproduction and life cycle, habitat, biological or ... >Bacteria Flora and Fauna is a group within the phylogenetic tree which classifies living organisms into 6 kingdoms: Animalia, Fungi, Monera, Plantae, Protista, and Viruses. This category ...
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