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Synonyms for canker

anything that is injurious, destructive, or fatal

to have a destructive effect on

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a fungal disease of woody plants that causes localized damage to the bark

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an ulceration (especially of the lips or lining of the mouth)

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a pernicious and malign influence that is hard to get rid of

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become infected with a canker

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infect with a canker

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DNA sequence data from modern cultures and archival fungarium specimens in this study were used to determine the identity of the fungus responsible for centipedegrass anthracnose disease and to provide confirmation of its pathogenicity," says Crouch.
One unique compound was especially effective against strawberry anthracnose and strawberry soft rot and leaf blight.
Worldwide dissemination of Colletotrichum gloesporioides, which causes the most deadly disease of St John's wort, anthracnose, has initiated extensive research of St.
This high mortality is consistent with a declining trend of this species over its range, which is associated with the exotic fungus, anthracnose (Discula destructiva) in the Great Smoky Mountains, but not elsewhere (Schrope 2001).
The Marquess has suffered a severe and prolonged attack of anthracnose disease over the last two weeks, which initially led to a loss of grass on the greens.
based on AFLP markers and QTL analysis for anthracnose resistance.
Sadly, there is no chemical cure for this problem and good housekeeping is the only likely solution to willow anthracnose, a devastating fungal disease that shows itself on the new spring growth.
Plants have suffered their own emerging diseases, such as chestnut blight, dogwood anthracnose, and sudden oak death syndrome.
The same is true of California sycamores, many of which are full of burnt leaves at present due to anthracnose, an endemic fungus that might have been activated by the late rain we experienced last month.
Likewise, Cornusflorida populations may soon be dramatically altered by Dogwood anthracnose (Discula destructive).
Foliar application of copper (Cu), in the ammonium acetate, oxychloride, hydroxide, or sulfate form, is extensive in Australian horticultural industries for the control of a range of fungal diseases such as downy mildew (Plasmopara viticola) and anthracnose (Elisinoe ampelina).
Identifying and Tracking the Importation of Dogwood Anthracnose in Michigan.
However, they're susceptible to a fungus called anthracnose.
Flowering dogwoods have been plagued with attack from insects like the dogwood borer and from diseases like the dogwood anthracnose (Discula destructive).