crucifer


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alisalensis causes a disease known as "bacterial blight of crucifers.
The first frogs to call are Pseudacris triseriata and Pseudacris crucifer, beginning at the end of February, with Lithobates pipiens, L.
In the Proceedings of the fourth International Workshop : The Management of Diamondback Moth and other Crucifer Pests, 26-29.
DBM is the world's worst insect pest of crucifer crops such as cabbage, canola, broccoli, cauliflower, and kale.
Proceedings of the Sixth International Workshop on Management of the Diamondback Moth and Other Crucifer Insect Pests, 21-25 March 2011.
Evaluation of organically acceptable insecticides as stand-alone treatments and in rotation for managing yellow-margined leaf beetle, Microtheca ochroloma (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae), in organic crucifer production.
In Sweden, the northern limit of its native range in Europe, the diminutive crucifer germinates beneath melting snow as temperatures begin to rise in late winter.
Geographic distribution: Hyla crucifer (spring peeper).
Marcus went on to become a server and then a crucifer, which gave him the responsibility of carrying the cross in processions.
Pseudacris crucifer crucifer (Wied-Neuwied, 1838), Northern Spring Peeper (I, II, III, IV)
High erucic oil: its production and uses: Introduction; Crucifer oilseeds; Processing of HEAR oils; Downstream processing of the split HEAR fatty acids; Quality problems associated with processing HEAR oils; Meal quality; Users and producers of erucic acid; Uses of erucic acid; Genetic modification of HEAR crops; Ideal crop for industrial users: References.
Of the 23 species documented at Longleaf Pine Heritage Preserve 5 were not previously known (Hyla cinerea, Pseudacris crucifer, Pseudacris ornata, Pseudacris nigrita and Eumeces fasciatus) from Lee Co.
Among the topics are chloroplast genomes, reticulate evolution, crucifer evolution in the post-genomic era, the evolution of the flower, diversity in secondary metabolism, the ecological importance of species diversity, and genomic diversity in nature and domestication.
Oddly enough though, he had played Dr Watson to Charlton Heston's Sherlock Holmes in the 1980 Los Angeles production of the play The Crucifer of Blood.
Starter crucifer seedlings, as opposed to seeds that might not sprout, are a good way to go.