chlorotic


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chlo·rot·ic

(klō-rot'ik),
Pertaining to or having the characteristic features of chlorosis.

chlorotic

adjective Pertaining or referring to iron-deficiency anaemia (chlorosis).

chlo·rot·ic

(klōr-ot'ik)
Pertaining to or having the characteristic features of chlorosis.

chlorosis

(klo-ro'sis) [ chloro- + -sis]
An old term for iron-deficiency anemia.
Synonym: green sicknesschlorotic (-rot'ik), adjective
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Emergence of Groundnut ringspot virus and Tomato chlorotic spot virus in Florida and the southeastern United States.
The second evidence of coinfection between 'Cotton leaf curl burewala virus' (CLCuBuV), a begomovirus with dicot infecting mastrevirus;'Chickpea chlorotic dwarf virus' (CpCDV) was reported by Manzoor et al.
Irregular-shaped chlorotic spots were observed and later coalesced to form blotches.
The top sides of the leaves display the characteristic dark stippling, while the leaf in the back is chlorotic and may soon drop.
Phosphatase activities of both cultivars were similar to that of chlorotic bahia-T9.
For example, in Huysmans's "Ballade Chlorotique" in Le Drageoir aux epices (1874), a similarly chlorotic "Phtisie" lures her victims into a danse macabre (Le Drageoir aux epices 119), prefiguring the allusion to the des Esseintes family, fully ten years before A rebours.
Anyone with family or friends gardening on the chalk downs of southern England, or similar geological localities, is likely to be given a chlorotic rhododendron, its leaves turning yellow as its chlorophyll-making processes fail on the alkaline soil.
For example, in the case of apple explants, a total inhibition of shoot regeneration from foliar explants has been observed and the tissues turned chlorotic, and eventually necrotic, with 5 mg [L.
The grades are as follows: 0 = No infection (Highly resistant),1 = Few minute lesions on leaves (Resistant), 2 = Black lesion with no distinct chlorotic halos covering [less than or equal to] 10% of the leaf area (Moderately resistant), 3 = Typical lesions surrounded by distinct chlorotic halos covering 10-50 % of the leaf area (Moderately susceptible), 4 = Severe lesions on leaves with ample necrotic zones drying over part of the leaf, covering > 50 % of the leaf area (Susceptible), 5 = Severe infection, drying of the leaf spike infected to some extend (Highly susceptible).
The healthiest gardenias I had seen locally received either morning or filtered sun, such as that provided in a narrow side yard between two houses, and still had their fair share of yellowing, chlorotic leaves.
At first, the spikelets may appear water-soaked and chlorotic (yellowing of plant tissue), but they change to a pinkish-red color.