The symptoms produced in corn, sorghum, and some other grasses begin as scattered chlorotic
flecks at the tips and upper margins of middle-aged leaves.
Root hairs on chlorotic
tomatoes are an effect of chlorosis rather than part of the adaptive Fe-stress response.
Heavy metals impede growth of plants, leading to smaller leaves that tend to be chlorotic
(Kovacevic and others 1999; Sayed 1999).
Where kernels normally would have developed, chlorotic
leafy striping grew Some infected plants did not have any ear involvement.
Deficiency: Older leaf edges are yellow or brown; may be chlorotic
(yellow) and curl; may have necrotic (dead) spots.
Infected trees exhibit chlorotic
leaves, sparse thin foliage and die back that eventually involves the entire crown.
Greene and Allison began their experiment by inserting into Nicotiana benthatniana plants DNA replicas of the RNA that codes for the cowpea chlorotic
mottle virus' (CCMV) capsid protein.
Serological and molecular characterization of peanut chlorotic
fan-spot virus, a new species of the genus tospovirus.
Leaves developed visible injury symptoms in the form of chlorotic
and brown accentuated necrotic lesions especially in older leaves collected from industrial and urban areas which exhibited (Fig.
Both are suited to seaside gardens, although they become chlorotic
on shallow chalk.
But the researchers observed that some of the cultures became chlorotic
, or yellow, suggesting iron deficiency.
These three primroses are partial to an acid soil and will show chlorotic
or yellow leaves where soil is too alkaline.