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Backyard Orchard Glossary
... in an unusual position or time; can refer to any plant organ (bud, root, shoot). Top B Bare-root Bare-root plants ... a contraction of the words "cultivated" and "variety." It is a plant raised or selected in cultivation that retains distinct, uniform characteristics ... Grafting A way to propagate a plant by inserting a section of one plant (the scion) into another plant (the stock). Top H Hardening ...
homeorchard.ucdavis.edu

On-Line Glossary: D
... of the parasite for infection. (21) disinfectant. A physical or chemical agent that frees a plant, organ, or tissue from infection. (2) disinfest. To kill pathogens that have not yet initiated disease ... the surface of such plant parts as seed. (20) disinfestant. An agent that kills or inactivates pathogens in the environment or on the surface of a plant or plant organ before infection takes place ...
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On-Line Glossary: S
... growth, especially one occurring in culture. (20) sanitation. Principle of plant disease control involving removal and burning of infected plant parts and decontamination of tools, equipment, hands, etc. (2) saprobe. ... (10) scab. Any of a wide range of unrelated plant diseases having a roughened, crustlike diseased area on the surface of a plant organ (e.g., apple scab, potato scab, wheat scab). ( ...
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Plant Biology Research Profile: Dr. Elison Blancaflor
... of gravitropism in plants. The directional growth and subsequent developmental patterns that a plant organ exhibits in response to gravity allow for correct anchorage, nutrient and water acquisition, ... We are also investigating the involvement of lipids in the regulation of plant development and defense/stress responses. Plant lipids, like their mammalian counterparts, are rapidly emerging not only ...
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UCMP Paleobotany Type Catalog and Collection Info
... and page numbers, plate and figure numbers TYPE STATUS:i.e., holotype, paratype, etc. ELEMENT:plant organ LOCALITY INFO:Locality prefix and number, locality name, flora, continent/ocean, country, state/province, county ...
www.ucmp.berkeley.edu

Plant Pathology: Plant Diseases Overview
... inoculum reducing spread rate intercropping mulching OVERVIEW OF PLANT DISEASES The vast majority of plant pathogens are fungi Link to Fungal Biology, however, plant diseases are also caused by insects, bacteria, ... appear as discrete necrotic areas, while extensive, or spreading lesions spread until the whole organ or plant is killed. Wilting occurs when water loss is greater than water intake. It ...
bugs.bio.usyd.edu.au

Plant Physiology
... Technology 2 533 Plant Tissue, Cell and Organ Culture 3 Microbiology (MBIOS) 426 Microbial Genetics 3 506 Mol. Techniques in Microbiology 3 Plant Pathology (PL P) 511 Methods in Plant Virus Res. 2 514 Phytobacteriorology 4 535 Mol. Gen. Plant ...
plantphys.wsu.edu

Table of Plant Hormone Characteristics
... defense - Induces senescence in already damaged cells and their proximate neighbors Quickly puts a plant, organ, tissue or individual cell in a defensive posture (whatever this entails) in response to ... spreading further than necessary After a survival threat has passed SA quickly removes a plant, organ, tissue or cell from a defensive posture and returns it to normal functioning Increases ...
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Succulent Plant Page: Botanical Bookmarks
... - UK - including UK natives and hardy CPs International Carnivorous Plant Society The Carnivorous Plant Society PJ Plants and National Sarracenia Collection - UK - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Cacti and Succulents - - - ... habitat photos US National Parks Net The National Parks Service - USA Organ Pipe National Monument - Ajo, Az Saguaro National Park - Tucson, ...
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Plants illustrated on The Succulent Plant Page
... illustrated on The Succulent Plant Page List of plants illustrated All images are copyright R.J. Hodgkiss or of the ... Asclepias incarnata - cultivation, UK Asclepias incarnata var. albiflora - cultivation, UK Asclepias subulata - Organ Pipe Monument, Arizona Asclepias subulata - Organ Pipe Monument, Arizona Asclepias viridis - Texas Asclepias (Gomphocarpus) physocarpa flower - flower - seed pods ...
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