Sanitation by removing dead or dying plant tissue in the fall will decrease inoculum levels as there is no debris for the sclerotium or mycelia to overwinter.
Traditionally this was done using in-vitro plant tissue culture techniques which allow for: control of growth conditions, mitigate seasonality of plants or protect them from parasites and harmful-microbes.
They are plant tissue which is controlled by the insect.
The long rostrum possessed by most adult weevils is used by females to help lay eggs (oviposit) inside plant tissue.
Plants that have evolved in warmer climates suffer damage when the temperature falls low enough to freeze the water in the cells that make up the plant tissue.
Plant tissue tests destructively sample the plant of interest. However, nitrogen deficiency can also be detected non-destructively by measuring chlorophyll content.
This is the oldest plant tissue ever revived. The plant was fertile, producing white flowers and viable seeds.
Vancomycin is one of the few antibiotics used in plant tissue culture to eliminate Gram-positive bacterial infection.
Generally, the endophytic bacteria are isolated from the plant tissues by surface sterilization of the plant tissue in a sterile environment. Moreover, the isolation of endophytic bacteria according to their essential needs in niche occupations has been explored.
Energy enters the system through photosynthesis and is incorporated into plant tissue.
It may be covered by a subgenital plate, or extended into a complex ovipositor that helps them lay eggs within plant tissue.
Coconut water is traditionally used as a growth supplement in plant tissue culture and micropropagation.
The growth medium used in plant tissue culture may be supplemented with proline.
Micronutrients are present in plant tissue in quantities measured in parts per million, ranging from 0.1 to 200 ppm, or less than 0.02% dry weight.
It is being used in plant tissue culture for surface sterilisation of explants such as leaf or stem nodes.
Tissue culture commonly refers to the culture of animal cells and tissues, with the more specific term plant tissue culture being used for plants.
Ants react to their infection by climbing up plants and sinking their mandibles into plant tissue.
The structural role of the residues left by the dead cells is reminiscent of the products of PCD in plant tissue.
He conjectured (correctly) that the creatures in question arose from eggs previously laid in the plant tissue.
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