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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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Compared to the chlorotic area, the chlorosis rate eliminates the influence of leaf size and more accurately reveals the process of leaf chlorosis.
Tobacco yellow dwarf virus (TbYDV) from Australia and Chickpea chlorotic dwarf virus (CpCDV) from northern Africa and the Indian subcontinent were being isolated from dicots i.e., tobacco and chickpea respectively (Morris et al., 1992; Horn et al., 1993).
Caption: This Napa Valley grapevine displays chlorotic leaf mottling.
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Typical symptoms of septoria leaf blotch appeared as chlorotic spots with the presence of small black dots that are pycnidia.
As symptoms progress, leaves become increasingly chlorotic (yellow due to insufficient chlorophyll production) and necrotic (as cells die), and affected leaves often drop early from the plant.
The treatments used in this experiment were: (7) BArg; (2) BT9; (3) BT9 +chlorotic; (4) BT9 + chlorotic + stunt; and (5) BT9 + Brown.