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Flowering Plants
... vital carbohydrates (sugars) and amino acids from the host plant. Some of these root and stem parasites include the most bizarre plants on earth. Since they are nonphotosynthetic, they are also called ... absorb their energy-rich molecules from other host plants, but unlike the direct root and stem parasites, their carbohydrates and amino acids are derived from nearby root systems via a conduit of ...
waynesword.palomar.edu

APSnet Education Center - Introductions to the Major Pathogen Groups - Introduction to Parasitic Flowering Plants
... can be distinguished: stem parasites and root parasites. Stem parasites occur in several families, and pathogenic members include some mistletoes (see below) and dodder (Cuscuta). Root parasites are more common ... Morphological Features In some stem parasites, such as Cassytha (Figure 4) and Cuscuta (dodder) (Figure 5), the vegetative portion consists solely of a stem and scale leaves. In contrast ...
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Plant Pathology: Plant Diseases Overview
... destruction of host tissue, wilting, abnormal growth and differentiation and discolouration of host tissue. Some parasites, called necrotrophs, secrete enzymes that kill host tissue, extract nutrients from the cells and then ... by widespread death of plant tissue. Canker A sunken necrotic lesion often of a main stem, branch or root. Damping-off Collapse and rot of seedlings near soil level before ...
bugs.bio.usyd.edu.au

Tom Volk's Fungi, including mycology, molds, morels, fungus, IAQ, Indoor Air Quality and much more.
... floccosum, Aleuria aurantia, Sarcoscypha occidentalis, Geopyxis carbonaria Flammulina velutipes, the velvet stem, or enokitake. Fomes fomentarius, the tinder polypore. Fuligo septica, the dog vomit ... ostreatus, the oyster mushroom. Pluteus cervinus, the deer mushroom. Powdery Mildews, plant parasites. Rozites caperata, the gypsy mushroom, reported to have antiviral properties. Russula emetica ...
botit.botany.wisc.edu

Tom Volk's Fungus of the Month Pages
... Dec. 1997 Fungi that are necessary for a Merry Christmas. Nov. 1997 Powdery Mildews, plant parasites. Oct. 1997 The Jack-O-Lantern Mushroom, Omphalotus olearius. Sep. 1997 The death angel, ... bioremediation. Apr. 1997 It's the morel! Morchella species. Mar. 1997 Flammulina velutipes, the velvet stem, or enokitake. Feb. 1997 Aspergillus, a deuteromycete useful in industrial mycology-- and also a ...
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EXTOXNET PIP - FENTHION
... contact and stomach organophosphate insecticide used against many sucking, biting pests, especially fruit flies, stem borers, mosquitoes, and Eurygaster cereal bugs. In mosquitoes, it is toxic to both the ... Fenthion is of sufficiently low toxicity it has been investigated as an agent against insect parasites in animals (e.g., dogs) [2]. Symptoms of acute exposure to organophosphate or cholinesterase ...
extoxnet.orst.edu

MY CARNIVOROUS PLANTS
... and on branches of trees. Epiphytics are ‘quests’. They differ from parasites because they do not extract nutrients from their ‘host’ The leaves ... seen at its best in semi-shaded places where a single submerged stem may attain a length of some 2,5 metres. These stems ... brownish to black as they age. Where the flowering shoot begins the stem branches three or four times, thus providing the scape with a ...
home.wanadoo.nl/aryenadahobbelhovestad

justgardeners.com
... toss their furry kids a clove of garlic daily to help prevent parasites. Some carried garlic as a charm against evil, particularly "the evil eye ... put down roots while the temperature stays above 40ºF. Insignificant stem growth may take place during a mild late fall/early winter. ... These "little heads" will shoot up from the plant like a lily stem. Cut them off. They pull energy from the plant and as ...
justgardeners.com

Fungal Diseases
... Fungal Diseases of Citrus Foliage and Fruit Alternaria Brown Spot Melanose Greasy Spot Scab Stem-End Rot Postbloom Fruit Drop Phytophthora Diseases of Citrus Postharvest Decay Control Recommendations ... Internet sources in microbiology and infectious diseases (including virus, bacterial, fungal) emerging diseases, and parasites. Found by: HotBot, NBCi http://www.arcade.uiowa.edu/hardin-www/md-micro. ...
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Trees Part 5
... dead organic matter in the soil but they can become virulent parasites of living plants. They attack young seedlings at, above, or below ... sycamores. The fungus produces cankers on branches and the main stem. It is favored by high temperatures and drought stress conditions. ... rough, woody swellings or galls on the lower part of the stem and crown of the plant. Infected plants may be deformed, stunted ...
plantpathology.tamu.edu




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