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 Übersetzung für 'crucifers' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a crucifer | crucifers
bot.T
crucifers [family Brassicaceae, formerly Cruciferae]
Kreuzblütler {pl}
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bot.T
crucifers [family Brassicaceae, formerly Cruciferae]
Brassicaceen {pl}
bot.T
crucifers [family Brassicaceae, formerly Cruciferae]
Kreuzblütengewächse {pl}
bot.T
crucifers [family Brassicaceae, formerly Cruciferae]
Kreuzblütlergewächse {pl}
mycol.T
white blister (of crucifers) [Albugo candida, syn.: A. cruciferarum, Aecidium candidum, Cystopus candidus, Uredo candida]
Weißer Rost {m} [an Kreuzblütlern]
mycol.T
white rust (of crucifers) [Albugo candida, syn.: A. cruciferarum, Aecidium candidum, Cystopus candidus, Uredo candida]
Weißer Rost {m} [an Kreuzblütlern]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The "Diplotaxis" species can be separated from most other crucifers by the double row of seeds in each valve of the fruit (although this is a difficult feature to see in unfertilised plants) and a seedless beak to the silique.
  • As glucosinolates are often used by crucifers to reduce insect herbivory, their sequestration could also reduce attack rates by insect predators.
  • Infected crucifers display white lesions on leaves when infected by "P.
  • "Pseudomonas marginalis" is a soil bacterium that can cause soft rots of plant tissues. It infects poinsettia, lettuce, and crucifers (canola, mustard).
  • This article is a list of diseases of crucifers ("Brassica" and "Raphanus" spp.).

  • This minor planet was named after the flowering plant "Arabis" (rockcress), a genus of herbs of the brassicaceae (known as the mustards, the crucifers, or the cabbage family).
  • The pulpit, altar and crucifers from the old Stave church were saved and placed in the new church.
  • While crucifers are preferred, over 160 plants can serve as hosts for the cabbage looper larvae.
  • It usually feeds on crucifers: both cultivated brassicas and wild species such as flixweed, garlic mustard, perennial wall-rocket, wallflower, and wild radish.
  • Camalexin (3-thiazol-2-yl-indole) is a simple indole alkaloid found in the plant "Arabidopsis thaliana" and other crucifers.

  • He earned his bachelor's degree in 1913, and went on to complete a Master of Science in plant pathology in 1914, producing a thesis on bacterial black rot of crucifers.
  • In summer, females lay the eggs of the second generation, this time both on crucifers and on other plants (rose, alfalfa).
  • In late May-early June these insects lay eggs on various herbaceous plants of the family of cereals (Poaceae), legumes (Fabaceae), crucifers (Brassicaceae) and composites (Asteraceae).
  • "campestris" (Xcc), is considered the most important and most destructive disease of crucifers, infecting all cultivated varieties of brassicas worldwide.
  • It is an occasional pest on crops, including crucifers, beets, corn and beans.

  • "Biscutella laevigata", the buckler-mustard, Biscutella laevigata is a species of perennial herb in the family crucifers.
  • This species is found in local, discrete populations limited to fairly small areas of suitable habitat which is invariably made of calcareous outcrops with Mediterranean scrubland where the food plants, crucifers of the genus "Iberis" are found.
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