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OREP - You ooze, you lose
... plantís defense system to stop the spread of the disease. The plant will either produce chemicals that kill the bacteria (bactericidal) or ones that prevent the bacteria from further growth or ...
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APSnet Education Center - Lab Exercises in Plant Pathology - Screening for Active Ingredients in Plant Extracts that Inhibit the Growth of Agrobacterium tumefaciens
... beds or frames. The use of chemicals has been much less successful for the control of bacteria than for the control of fungi. Copper compounds produce the best results against bacteria, but ... plant cell to divide repeatedly, forming the gall or mass of undifferentiated tissue, and to produce chemicals called opines, which are used by the bacterium as food. The bacterium itself lives and ...
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Chemicals, Crystals and Nutrients - Cactus and Succulent Society of New Zealand (CSSNZ) Inc.
... : Contact : Chemicals in Cacti ... 3/3 from previous page Why? The plant goes to a lot of trouble, using energy that could be used for growth or reproduction, to produce chemicals that in some cases have no ascertainable beneficial use. One reason to produce chemicals would be as a defence mechanism, alkaloids themselves are ...
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PLANT PATHOLOGY
... maintaining plant vigor and sanitation provide the only controls. SMUTS AND MOLDS Smut fungi produce large amounts of black sooty spores which show up as unsightly dark brown or ... sprays provide control. BACTERIA Bacteria are microscopic, single-celled organisms that multiply rapidly. They produce chemicals that destroy plant tissue or cause abnormal growth. Bacteria enter through wounds, stomata or ...
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Print Article
... . What they have found is that many plants produce chemicals that act as insecticides and fungicides, or elicit compounds that act as such. Chemicals derived from plants could have a profound effect on ...
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Sugar Beet Nematodes in Idaho and Eastern Oregon
... nematodes feed on cells in the cortex and stele. When feeding, cyst nematodes produce chemicals that stimulate plant cells to enlarge into giant cells. Males, required for reproduction, ... chemical applications. ∑ Use only labeled chemicals and recommended rates. ∑ Carefully calibrate and maintain machinery to avoid over or under application. ∑ Apply the chemicals only when soil conditions (moisture, ...
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Prototaxites: a lichen?
... ). Fungi can gain minerals and water from the soil with their mycelium, whereas algae can produce nutrients from carbon dioxide and water by assimilation. Furthermore the alga and the fungus can ... empty. It is possible that the alga belonged to this type. Moreover, green algae can produce chemicals which strengthen the walls. The big size of the organism could have been an advantage ...
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Plant Pathology: Disease Management: Overview
... involve breeding or selecting plants for genetic resistance to a specific disease, or by applying chemicals, such as fungicides, that prevent or halt infections in the plant. The environment can ... , reducing the density of plants in a crop or changing irrigation practices can all produce conditions unfavourable to particular diseases, while maintaining conditions suitable for the growth of the ...
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Plant Pathology: Disease Management: Biological Control
... the surface of leaves. While micro-organisms can produce secondary metabolites that have anti-microbial properties when grown in culture, these chemicals are rarely detected in natural environments. Therefore, ... where the plant is inoculated with inactive pathogens, low doses of pathogens, pathogen-derived chemicals or with non-pathogen species to stimulate an immune response. This prepares the ...
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FAQ - Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs)
... of the Centre FAQ - Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs) Contact: Dr.Ed Topp toppe@agr.gc.ca What are endocrine disrupting chemicals? Endocrine disrupting chemicals possess the characteristic ability to alter, ... " the natural hormone, producing an identical cellular response. Others act as hormone "blockers" that produce no response but prevent the natural hormone from doing its job. Even without ...
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