phytopathology


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phytopathology

/phy·to·pa·thol·o·gy/ (-pah-thol´ah-je) the pathology of plants.
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Background and Design: Angiogenesis plays a significant role in the phytopathology of psoriasis.
Brazilian ambassador to Pakistan Alfredo Leoni and other members of the delegation Gabriel Alves Maciel, Expert on genetic expert on phytopathology (Pernambuco Institute of Agronomy), Vanildo Alberto Leal Bezerra Cavalcanti, expert on phytopathology (Pernambuco Institute of Agronomy) and Munucio Monteriro Filho, expert on technical assistance and rural extension (Pernambuco Institute of Agronomy) and First Secretary Thomaz Napoleao of the Embassy of Brazil were also present on this occasion.
The Institute was created in 1962 from the Department of Plant Physiology and the Department of Phytopathology of the Institute of Biology of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences.
The lab is also working on rice phytopathology and rice grain quality.
Their abstract was published in the journal Phytopathology.
a) Institute of Phytopathology, Laboratory of Applied Biochemistry, Technical University of Munich, Munich, Germany
Phytotoxic substances in arable soils associated with decomposition of plant residues // Phytopathology 1963.
His studies--in phytopathology and entomology--along with his interest in ornithology seem to have expanded his model of human sense perception by referring to oddities from the plant, insect, and bird worlds.
In the November 1996 PHYTOPATHOLOGY, they reported that combines indeed spew dust infected with Asian anthracnose at least 250 meters.