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A. reticulata is a small deciduous or semi-evergreen tree listed as an “agricultural weed, environmental weed, garden thug,...

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O. elatior, commonly known as the red flower prickly pear, is one of many invasive Opuntia cacti but is less widespread...

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Cover for Pinus elliottii (slash pine)

Pinus elliottii var. elliottii, commonly known as slash pine, is an important timber tree species native to the lower...

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Cover for Glomerella cingulata (anthracnose)

Pre- and post-harvest losses of many high-value crops are substantial in the tropics because of various diseases caused by C. gloeosporioides....

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Cover for Paederia foetida (skunkvine)

A perennial vine of South-East and East Asian origin, Paederia foetida has characteristically opposite, soft and offensively...

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Cover for Daucus carota (carrot)

Wild carrot, the progenitor of the cultivated carrot, is a biennial weed native to Europe, southwestern Asia and North Africa. Being a...

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Cover for Populus nigra (black poplar)

P. nigra is a fast-growing tree utilized for afforestation and as an ornamental in all the temperate areas of the world. As an...

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Cover for Meloidogyne javanica (sugarcane eelworm)

Difficulties of identification within the genus Meloidogyne (see Hartman and Sasser, 1985) and the frequent occurrence of mixed species populations...

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Cover for Globodera rostochiensis (yellow potato cyst nematode)

G. rostochiensis is a world wide pest of temperate areas, including both temperate countries and temperate regions of tropical...

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Cover for Papaya ringspot virus (papaya PRSV - strain P: papaya)

PRSV-P causes one of the most destructive diseases of papaya in nearly every region of the world where papaya is grown. The decline of the papaya...

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