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phyto-

, phyt-
Plants.
[G. phyton, a plant]

phyto-, phyt-, phyte-

prefix meaning "plant or plants": phytobezoar, phytochemistry, phytoncide.

phyto-

, phyt-
Combining forms meaning plants.
[G. phyton, a plant]

phyto-

Combining form meaning plant or vegetation.

Phyto-, as in phytochemical, phytomedicinal, and phytotherapy

Meaning, or pertaining to, a plant or plants.
Mentioned in: Herbalism, Western
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Thus, Japan's measures lack a scientific basis and are inconsistent with the (WTO's) Agreement on the Application of Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures (SPS Agreement).
Federal phytosanitary certificates are required by most countries importing U.
During the quarantine control, inspectors of Rosselkhoznadzor established that the above-mentioned cargo is missing phytosanitary certificates that would confirm its safety.
The new guidelines insist that a phytosanitary certificate is issued which specifically states that gypsy moth eggs are not present, and that the inspections are carried out no earlier than 12 days before a car is shipped.
This decision takes us to the second phase of implementation of the all-important Sanitary and Phytosanitary (SPS) Agreement of the Uruguay Round.
2) the construction of two sidings with a minimum construction length from 504m to 592m, located at the phytosanitary ramp
I agree with the words of Minister of Economy Temir Sariyev that phytosanitary laboratories are in the wrong state," Minister of Agriculture and Land Reclamation Taalaibek Aidaraliyev said.
He said that last year there was a large overproduction of this vegetable, but most was lost by lack of government support to meet the phytosanitary requirements required by countries in the region.
The new building for veterinary and phytosanitary control, which will raise the checkup quality and lead to more efficient protection of people, animals and plants, was opened at the Tabanovce border crossing Tuesday.
Bagis said at a joint news conference in Brussels after the EU opened accession negotiations with Turkey on food safety, veterinary and phytosanitary policy chapter, "I do not concern about an interruption of accession talks because of the Cyprus issue any more.
USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service is publishing additional changes to a proposed rule that would allow irradiation as a phytosanitary treatment for fruits and vegetables imported into the United States.
WGA also pushed for a strong phytosanitary package in the agreement.