cinerea


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cinerea

 [sĭ-nēr´e-ah]
the gray matter of the nervous system. adj., adj cine´real.

ci·ne·re·a

(si-nē'rē-ă),
1. The gray matter of the brain and other parts of the nervous system.
2. Obsolete term for mantle layer.
[L. fem. of cinereus, ashy, fr. cinis, ashes]

ci·ne·re·a

(si-nēr'ē-ă)
The gray matter of the brain and other parts of the nervous system.
[L. fem. of cinereus, ashy, fr. cinis, ashes]
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While many individuals of Oedaleus infernalis were found on the ground, most Acrida cinerea and Atractomorpha lata were observed on Poaceae (usually Zoysia japonica) and Asteraceae (usually Artemisia princeps or Aster pilosus), respectively (Table 1).
cinerea, might also result from processing and hand trimming activities, which can increase the risk for allergic and respiratory symptoms, as has previously been observed in the cannabis processing industry (2).
(iii) Five out of 6 experiments in cluster 3 (IDs 9, 28, 29, 31, and 32; Botrytis cinerea, Plasmodiophora brassicae, and Fusarium oxysporum pv.
and Botrytis cinerea showed some inhibitory effect at high [O.sub.3] concentration, but it promoted the growth of fungus mycelium at low [O.sub.3] concentration (Figures 4(a) and 4(b)).
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Often, chemical control is carried out on the basis of a calendar with weekly applications, which may lead to unnecessary applications (CHAVARRIA et al., 2007a) and to the selection of resistant genotypes, such as the resistance of Botrytis cinerea and Plasmopara viticola in Italy (ANGELINI et al, 2014; TOFFOLATTI et al, 2015).