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ROT

 
right occipitotransverse (position of the fetus).

ROT

Abbreviation for right occipitotransverse position.

rot

(rot),
To decay or putrify.
[A.S. rotian]

rot

(rot)
1. decay.
2. a disease of sheep, and sometimes of humans, due to Fasciola hepatica.

rot

(rŏt)
v. rotted, rotting, rots
v.intr.
To undergo decomposition, especially organic decomposition; decay.
n.
1. The process of rotting or the condition of being rotten: The rot spread quickly, rendering the bridge unsafe even for pedestrians.
2. Foot rot.
3. Any of several plant diseases characterized by the breakdown of tissue and caused by various bacteria, fungi, or oomycetes.

rot

Etymology: AS, rotian
1 v, to decay.
2 n, decomposition.

ROT

abbreviation for right occipitotransverse fetal position.

rot

(rot)
To decay or putrefy.
[A.S. rotian]

rot

decay.

rot fungus
Ceratocystis spp. on parsnip (Pastinaca spp.).
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Wounds are necessary for entry of the yeast, bacteria and fruit flies that are causal components of the sour rot complex, and these microorganisms are distributed to them by rain or heavy dew.
oxalicum from causing rot depth lesion, while only its 40% concentration of the cold extract had similar effect on the three pathogens like the hot extract, Fig.
To control bulb mites, often associated with bulb rot, use a hot water treatment.
The presence of cavities or openings at the base of a tree, or dieback of upper crown branches (sometimes called "stag-heading" because of the antler-like appearance of the branches), or mushroom-like fungi around the base of a tree, or conks on the roots or bole, are all indicators of a possible root or butt rot problem.
These logs were selected so that they showed different white-rot degrees: incipient rot (disc B), intermediate rot (disc C), and severe rot (disc D), each degree corresponding to the percentage of affected area, approximately 10, 25, and 45 percent, respectively.
The foundation can also absorb the water and transfer dampness to your basement or rot the mud sill (Fig.
While the control of environmental variation through replicated field trials is important for analyzing resistance to root rot, the actual scoring method is equally significant.
With the addition of ROTS, Siliconix now offers three off-the-shelf options for high-reliability designs, including military, aerospace, commercial, and medical applications.
86-638 (GP74) (1) was released in 1989 as an aphanomyces root rot tolerant line.
Another advantage of the yeast as a biocontrol for rots is that when applied, it multiplies by 100- fold in the first 48 hours.
Lenticel rot has probably been in California since potato production became established in Kern County in 1912, but did not reach damaging levels until the late 1990s.
FUSARIUM ROOT ROT is a major limiting disease of common bean (Abawi, 1989).