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Cover for Vigna radiata (mung bean)

An erect or semierect, sometimes twining, herbaceous annual, 25-130 cm tall. Branching starts from lower and intermediate nodes (rarely from...

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Cover for Prunus cerasus (sour cherry)

P. cerasus is tetraploid with a haploid number of 16 chromosomes (2n = 4x = 32). The sour cherry tree has a variable...

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Cover for Olea europaea subsp. europaea (European olive)

O. europaea subsp. europaea, the cultivated olive, is native to Africa and temperate Asia as well as southern Europe. It...

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T. processionea, commonly known as the oak processionary moth, is a major pest in many European countries and threatens the health...

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Cover for Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum (zebra chip)

Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum (Lso) is a phloem-limited, Gram-negative, unculturable bacterium that is primarily spread by...

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Cover for Coccus hesperidum (brown soft scale)

C. hesperidum is generally not an important pest where there is a range of natural enemies but, even then, it can become a major problem if...

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Cover for Cucurbita maxima (giant pumpkin)

C. maxima is an annual herb bearing tendrils, with stems and petioles only slightly prickly, and leaves orbicular or reniform, very...

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Cover for Cynara cardunculus var. scolymus (globe artichoke)

Artichokes are diploid (2n = 34), perennial, silvery-green herbaceous plants that may grow up to 2 m tall and spread outwards up to...

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Cover for Dacus ciliatus (lesser pumpkin fly)

D. ciliatus is a major pest of a wide range of Cucurbitaceae in Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Adult flight and fruit transport...

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Cover for Bactrocera cucurbitae (melon fly)

Considered native to India, B. cucurbitae, the melon fly, is now found in more than 40 countries. The potential risk of its introduction...

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