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Criconemella species are sexually dimorphic.FemalesThe body is 0.20-1.0 mm long, stout, dying straight or slightly curved, with a rounded anterior...

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Cover for Tobacco rattle virus (spraing of potato)

TRV is a bipartite virus, with long (containing RNA-1) and short (containing RNA-2) particles. Characteristic particles are rod-shaped and measure...

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Cover for Phytophthora cinnamomi (Phytophthora dieback)

Hyphae with frequent nodules, up to 8 µm wide, hyphal swellings in clusters, typically spherical, average 42 µm diameter. Sporangiophores thin (3 µm...

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Cover for Cynodon dactylon (Bermuda grass)

C. dactylon is a perennial grass, with underground rhizomes and on the ground runners (Cabrera, 1968; Covas and Salvai, 1970). The runners spread...

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Cover for Cyperus rotundus (purple nutsedge)

C. rotundus is a highly variable perennial sedge. Flowering stems are erect, up to 60 cm tall, 3-sided, smooth with swollen bases (basal bulbs). The...

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Cover for Daucus carota (carrot)

Progressing from its initial use as a medicinal plant, carrot has become a major world vegetable and is one of the most widely grown and important...

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Cover for Digitaria sanguinalis (large crabgrass)

Leaf blades 5-15 cm long and 3-12 mm wide. Leaf blade green to purple, both sides with silky, shiny hairs; often reddish with central strip and pale...

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Cover for Echinochloa crus-galli (barnyard grass)

E. crus-galli is an annual grass, culms 30-200 cm, spreading, decumbent or stiffly erect; nodes usually glabrous or the lower nodes puberulent....

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Cover for Ficus carica (fig)

The genus Ficus is remarkable for the variation among its 13 species, and is widely distributed throughout the tropics and subtropics of both...

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