phytopathogenic

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phytopathogenic

/phy·to·path·o·gen·ic/ (-path″ah-jen´ik) producing disease in plants.
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An apparent rarity or inadequate knowledge of the habits of 14 fulgoroid species associated with weeping lovegrass--the four we reported previously (Wilson and Wheeler, 2005) plus the ten recorded herein--might reflect applied entomologists' emphasis on planthoppers as important crop pests or vectors of phytopathogens (Wilson and O'Brien, 1987; Wilson, 2005) and field biologists' tendency to give only slight attention to grasses (Poaceae) and sedges (Cyperaceae (Nickel, 2003, p.
To support the ongoing effort to characterize and understand the specificity of phytopathogens for various crops, it has been necessary to develop a quick and robust method for observing the interactions of many pairings of pathogenic pectinases with plant defense proteins.
The company recycles organic waste and phytopathogens to produce a high quality, humus-rich compost that not only can be used to replace expensive and ecologically problematic mineral fertilisers, but also helps fight global warming.
The susceptibility of crucifers to infection by some fungi appears to be related to an effective detoxification of their chemical defences by such phytopathogens.
Streptomycin and oxytetracycline are also used in the treatment of phytopathogens in agriculture (Vidaver, 2002; U.
Jesse Jaynes, Vice President of Research at Demegen, designed the synthetic peptide, D4E1, which has a broad spectrum activity against several bacteria and fungal phytopathogens.
A small-scale procedure for extracting nucleic acids from woody plants infected with various phytopathogens for PCR assay.
Forests in Poland are threatened by multiple land use pressures, as well as invasive phytopathogens such as those belonging to the genera Phytophthora, which have reduced the density and strength of trees.
Composition and antifungal activity of essential oils of Mentha piperita and Lavendula angustifolia on postharvest phytopathogens.
Although a number of Pseudomonas have been studied but data retaining to exact mode of action of Pseudomonas in present of different phytopathogens is restricted.