enation


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

enation

an outgrowth on a leaf produced by a virus infection resulting in the multiplication of leaf cells.
Collins Dictionary of Biology, 3rd ed. © W. G. Hale, V. A. Saunders, J. P. Margham 2005
References in periodicals archive ?
He promised: "We're trying to plan an Irish show with Enation for the fall so yeah, we just finished recording a new album and we're very much looking forward to coming to Ireland."
All infected plants of R7, R8 and R14 exhibited severe symptoms, which were characterized by leaf rolling, yellowing, vein thickening, growth stunting and enation an important feature of begomoviruses infection.
However, according to Sanjay Amarnani, CEO of eNation and the promoter of the on-line portal aido.com, "Online retail is at it's early stages and current volumes should not cause a concern for the industry.
Using a survey of consumers done in April by eNation, a national online research service, LIMRA extrapolated the results from nearly 150 retirees.
The poll was conducted from October 22 to 26 by Synovate eNation (Chicago IL) and had a margin of error of plus or minus 3%age points.
Just take a look at the situation facing the Alexander First Nation, which established an electronic data centre called Alexander Internet Technologies with Ontario-based data centre builder eNation Corporation.
* Pea enation mosaic virus causes distorted new growth, and it is most common in the NorthWest and Northeast.
Some disease of peas include bacterial blight, stem rot, downy mildew, enation mosaic virus, leaf roll, powdery mildew, root rot, seed rot, and mosaic virus.
As we shall see below, Davidse's work on the notions of agnation and enation as two complementary types of systemic relationships provides a further systemic basis for the metafunctional layering in SFG.
Characteristic symptoms of the disease include upward and downward leaf curling, vein thickening, and occasionally enation formation on the underside of leaves (Khalid et al.
Cheryl Giblon, marketing supervisor for ENation Corp., the Calgary firm hired to build the centre, says it's operational.
In its latest eNation report, the charity revisits the top five food retailers' websites, originally reviewed in the summer of 2004, to establish what progress, if any, has been made towards best practice in this multi-million pound market place.