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any of several virus diseases of plants characterized by stunting and yellowing of the leaves

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To date, the effects of several viruses, such as Rice dwarf virus (RDV), Tomato mottle virus (ToMoV), Chrysanthemum stem necrosis virus (CSNV), TSWV and Barley yellow dwarf virus (BYDV), on their transmission vectors have been studied (Nakasuji & Kiritani 1970; McKenzie 2002; Fiebig et al.
The Ithaca researchers found the field-collected aphids consistently transmitted yellow dwarf virus only when they carried most, if not all, of the nine key biomarker proteins.
Barley Yellow Dwarf is a major disease problem of wheat in Alabama and is estimated to cause yield loss of 21 -42 bushels per acre.
The first of them, the Blue, besides "Little Red Riding Hood," had such stories as "Felicia and the Pot of Pinks," "The Yellow Dwarf," "The Black Bull of Norroway," and "The Red Etin," with only "Blue Beard" to match with the title.
For example, each year onion yellow dwarf virus reduces garlic yields 30% to 50%, representing a serious economic loss for garlic growers around the world.
An unusual and fiery combination mixes scarlet, red, and orange snapdragons; orange and yellow freesias; and yellow dwarf marigolds.
our own star the Sun is known as a yellow dwarf star - something of an "average" star with a surfa" temperature of 6000C.
WASP-12 is a yellow dwarf star located approximately 600 light-years away in the winter constellation Auriga.
For example, ARS researchers are using genomic approaches to improve physiological, biochemical, and genetic regulation of carbohydrate metabolism in cereal tissues as well as finding sources of genetic and biochemical resistance to pathogens such as yellow dwarf virus.
He performed in three Everyman plays in the autumn season of 1979-1980, including its Christmas show Yellow Dwarf and Cloud Nine, and lived near Sefton Park.
Our Sun is a yellow dwarf "ar - something of an "average" star, with a surface temperature of 6000C.
x giganteus is from a laboratory study of aphid transmission of Barley yellow dwarf virus (BYDV) (Huggett et al.
Stars similar in mass to the sun, categorised as a yellow dwarf, have received the most attention from planet hunters.
He's focused on how aphids transmit barley yellow dwarf and potato leafroll, the most economically important viruses of wheat, barley, oats, and potatoes worldwide.