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Alan R. Biggs - Bio
... and resistance to Leucostoma persoonii in peach derived from embryo culture. HortScience 40:1585-1586. Grove, G. G. and Biggs, A. R. 2006. Production and dispersal of conidia of Leucostoma cinctum in peach and ...
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... . R. and Grove, G. G. 2005. Leucostoma canker of stone fruits. The Plant Health Instructor. DOI: 10.1094/PHI-I-2005-1220-01. Grove, G. G. and Biggs, A. R. 2006. Production and dispersal of conidia of Leucostoma cinctum in peach and cherry orchards under irrigation in Eastern Washington. Plant Disease 90 ...
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pollen grain morphology juniper
... Production and Dispersal: Wind pollinated with generally high production and moderate dispersal. Preservation: The splitting of the pollen grains apparently speeds the grains' deterioration, and ...
pollen grain morphology ephedra
... Ám long; Steves and Barghoorn, 1959). Pollen scanning electron micrograph (SEM) The wall of Ephedra is simple, so the SEM closely resembles the light micrograph. Production and Dispersal: Produced in moderate ... fossil record from the Triassic onward, associated with the plant fossils Piroconites and Masculostrobus. Ephedra pollen is associated with arid-vegetation pollen assemblages from the Miocene ...
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Weed Science at UNE
... needle grass, in pastures on the Northern Tablelands of New South Wales. I. Seed production and dispersal. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research. 54(6): 613-619 (PDF, 515 kb) Gardener , ... the sustainability of prime lamb production Blair Grace (PhD) - Ecology, population dynamics and management of Saffron thistle, Carthamus lanatus L Stephen Johnson (PhD) - Ecology and management of the "take- ...
Plant Pathology: Infection Process: Plant Defenses: Genetics of Resistance
... REFERENCES GLOSSARY COURSE Introduction Overview of Plant Diseases Pathogen Survival & Dispersal survival dispersal distrubution Infection Process pre-entry entry colonisation disease physiology Plant ... specific gene conditioning toxin production and a cultivar-specific gene governing toxin sensitivity (Figure 2). Figure 2: Interactions involving toxin-production genes and toxin-sensitivity genes ...
Control of Phytophthora and Other Major Diseases of Ericaceous Plants, HYG-3073-99
... of bark mixes, nurserymen were able to increase fertility levels and shorten production cycles. After increasing fertility, Phytophthora dieback (foliar and stem diseases) became more important than root rots on ... for crops highly susceptible to Phytophthora dieback because it keeps the foliage dry and avoids splash dispersal of pathogens. Flood irrigation should not be used because it can severely ...
FAQ - Fungi and Mycorrhizae
... , enrichment, anaerobic, tillage, pesticide residue, drainage,host specificity, propagule survival, dispersal Glomus spp.. Gigaspora spp., vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae, endomycorrhizae, ectomycorrhizae, growth promotion ... and associated microorganisms as inoculants especially in the production and protection of high-value greenhouse-grown crops or transplanted vegetable crops such as tomatoes and ...
APSnet Feature - Return of an Old Problem:Fusarium Head Blight of Small Grains
... spread by dispersal of conidiospores that are blown or splashed to new infection courts. Among the species causing FHB, FG has an additional epidemiological advantage because it regularly and ... conditions for inoculum production and head infection, proneness of the crop to infection and mycotoxin production. Cereal Res. Commun. 25 (3/2):699-703. 28. Parry, D. W., Jenkinson, P., and McLeod, L. ...
Cycad conservation, CITES and Cycads
... production in Colon, Panama. You can just hear them frying in the hot tropical sun. CITES: The Convention for International Trade in Endangered Species was originally written to protect animals, and ... cycads. With what we now know of the dispersal and germination rates of cycad seed in the wild ... When Z. dressleri habitat is wiped out for teak production and they are frying in the sun, they will die, ...
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