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Synonyms for chlorosis

iron deficiency anemia in young women

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Ceratothripoides claratris, a new vector of a Capsicum chlorosis virus isolate infecting tomato in Thailand.
2011) evaluating the effect of gas exchange on the in vitro propagation of neem (Azadirachta indica), suggested that the use of membranes that allow higher gas exchange can improve shoot quality, reducing the occurrence of chlorosis and leaf senescence.
Internerval chlorosis of strawberry leaves (Figure 3) was also observed by other researchers (Pandey & Gopal, 2010) and may be linked to the toxicity of Ni.
Leaf, necrosis-free chlorosis of Botosani 1 population, partial for a start and total in time (a);
Lastly, I used binary logistic regression to determine if treatment was a significant predictor of the likelihood of leaf chlorosis in donor plants.
In garden cultivation limeinduced chlorosis will be evident from yellowing between the veins of leaves and can, depending on the alkalinity of the soil be rectified by applying sequestered iron in a liquid form.
It was concluded that damage chloroplast was might be due to chlorosis or necrosis inducing toxins and toxins played a crucial role in pathogenesis of Pseudomonas syringae pv.
After two weeks, the plants started showing visible symptoms of drought, including wilting and slight chlorosis.
This is known as chlorosis (loss of chlorophyll), where overall growth is impaired and older leaves begin to drop off.
Both groups showed disease symptoms, most notably chlorosis, some necrosis, and stunted growth.
Beginning in July 2010, and annually since, symptoms of brown to black foliar spotting with margins of chlorosis and signs of abundant uredinia production were observed on plots of 3 year-old 'Alamo' and 9 year-old 'EG1101' switchgrass, established at the Leveck Animal Research Facility in Starkville, Mississippi (Figures.
A: Green veins and yellow away from the veins is an indication of chlorosis, most likely due to an iron deficiency.
simplex, and do not show symptoms of defoliation nor chlorosis as reported by Hodges (2007) in Florida on F.
Plantlets exposed to these Ni concentrations showed visible symptoms of leaf chlorosis and necrosis, as well as necrotic areas in the roots, especially at the highest Ni concentration tested.