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On-Line Glossary: F
... organism that normally grows aerobically but can grow anaerobically. (16) facultative parasite. An organism that normally lives as a saprophyte but under certain conditions can live as a parasite. (15) facultative saprophyte. A mainly parasitic organism ...
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Glossary of Terms
... - B - Background level The normal concentration of a chemical in the environment. Bacteria A microscopic organism that consists of a single cell Basic Alkaline; a compound with a pH above 7. ... atrophy of muscle without involvement of the nervous system. Mutagen A substance that causes permanent damage to genes, that would not normally occur. Back to Top - N - No Observable Effect Level (NOEL) ...
extoxnet.orst.edu

Lily Pests and Diseases
... healthy vigorous plant is resistant to sickness and a organism under stress is susceptible to diseases. Things like drainage, soil ... organism that live in or on plant tissues. They are related to mushrooms but do not necessarily grow the fruiting bodies that ... that the main bulb is usually destroyed, however the plant in efforts to continue may grow large numbers of stem bulblets which are not normally ...
mikesbackyardgarden.org

Red Stele Root Rot of Strawberry, HYG-3014-95
... or longer once it becomes established in the field or garden. Normally, the disease is prevalent only in the lower or poorly ... infected roots have died and begun to decay by then. Causal Organism and Disease Cycle Red stele is caused by the soilborne fungus ... has become established, even if no strawberries are grown during that time. The organism that causes red stele of strawberry is not known to ...
ohioline.osu.edu

Vegetable Crops pt 2
... may fall off. Roots are misshapen, and of poor quality with many adventitious roots. The organism is introduced in the field by leafhoppers from overwintering infected weeds. The disease usually occurs ... stalks are sterile. Control is not required due to the very low percentage of plants that normally show this symptom in the field. Maize Dwarf Mosaic (virus): Maize Dwarf Mosaic virus is ...
plantpathology.tamu.edu

On-Line Glossary: A
... Uredinales the first sorus that is formed after plasmogamy and bears binucleate aeciospores (Stage I heteroecious or autoecious rusts). (Pl. aecia.) (15) aerobe. An organism that requires free ... one organism of an association beefits at the expense of the other. (20) antheridium. A male gametangium. (Pl. antheridia.) (16) anthocyanescence. Having reddish-purple color in tissues that are normally ...
ppathw3.cals.cornell.edu

Botany online - ESSAY - Meinhardt, H. Biological pattern formation
... morphogen. When competent cells are exposed, they follow the same pathway as the tissue that normally surrounds the organizing region. Meanwhile clear cases of morphogenetic gradients have been found. In ... or at a particular position within the developing organism. As shown in Fig. 1, complete pattern regulation can be possible, indicating that pattern formation can be a highly dynamic process. ...
www.biologie.uni-hamburg.de

Leaf Spot
... severe infection completely defoliates the plant. Because of its importance as a postharvest fruit decay organism, an increase of the fungus on blueberry leaves in May can result in considerable ... sprays actually increases leaf spots, probably by damaging the protective waxes on the leaf surface that normally block fungal penetration. Summer mowing (topping) has become common practice in NC as a ...
www.ces.ncsu.edu

ECSONG: The Nuttery: 20(4) 2001
... crackers of 780,000 years ago ECSONG Nominations Committee Report Normally, the past-chair of ECSONG chairs the nominations committee. ... instigator of Terry Fox runs and innumerable other fund raising events that combine community with pride in contributing ... even as a beer ... by a brown algae called Phytophthera ramorum, related to the organism that caused the Irish potato famine in the 1800's. ...
www.ecsong.org

Questions On Jade Plants
... reference) A: There is seldom anything "normal" in the dying of an organism. You might want to check my Web site at www.ext. ... . Whenever a houseplant flowers that normally does not, the plant consumes a lot of energy. I'm willing to bet that the majority of foliage ... never end for jade plants that go from too low a light to too much sunlight. Maintain it like you normally would in bright, indirect ...
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