chlorosis


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Synonyms for chlorosis

iron deficiency anemia in young women

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It could, therefore, be suggested that the whitish chlorosis observed in this experiment, could not be attributed to Mn.
Keywords: Banana, Chlorosis disease, Cucumber mosaic virus, ELISA detection, RT-PCR amplification
Brazilian scientists have already sequenced the genome of a related Xylella fastidiosa strain that causes a disease known as citrus variegated chlorosis.
A limey soil will result in a condition called chlorosis where the leaves turn yellow and eventually fall, so the only cure is to acidify the ground.
In addition to enhanced yield potential, new Y Series varieties continue to demonstrate strong agronomic traits and protection against yield-robbing pests such as soybean cyst nematode, sudden death syndrome, Phytophthora root rot, white mold and iron chlorosis.
A ADRIENNE SAYS: Your plant is suffering from chlorosis, which is caused by too much lime in the compost and can be a result of watering with hard tap water.
It is subject to iron-deficiency chlorosis and aphid attack, but when it is well- fertilized and situated out in the open where air can circulate freely around it, Mandevilla can stay healthy for years.
Salinity and associated water-nutrient deficiency decrease plant pigmentation, resulting in a condition known as chlorosis or yellowing, which in theory could be used to indicate salinity status of soil covered with vegetation.
Finally, carbendazim does not inhibit photosynthesis but does lower the levels of foliar calcium (Ca), promoting chlorosis in Petunia (Marc et al.
Deficiency: Interveinal chlorosis of upper leaves leading to total bleaching; new leaves may be yellowish-white.
5), and in fact will not tolerate alkaline soil, which causes serious chlorosis or yellowing of the foliage.
1 = No damage, perfectly healthy 2 = Slight leaf discoloration or chlorosis 3 = Slight leaf wilting or curling 4 = More leaf curling or wilting 5 = Some leaves curled or wilted over half 6 = Some leaves curled or wilted over three-fourths 7 = All leaves curled or wilted over half 8 = All leaves curled or wilted full 9 = Dead leaves 10 = Plant dead
Lettuce chlorosis is among the newly emerging viruses carried by silverleaf whiteflies.