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E. atrovirens is a caespitose perennial grass. Rhizomes absent. Culms loosely tufted, erect or geniculate at base, 15–100 cm tall, approximately 4 mm...

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Cover for Horticultural Fertilizers

Draft datasheet under review

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Eggs The eggs are cemented to the surface of pulses and are smooth, domed structures with oval, flat bases.Larva and Pupa The larvae (white) and...

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Cover for carrot red leaf virus (carrot motley dwarf disease)

CtRLV was first purified and characterized by Waterhouse and Murant (1981). The virus particles are isometric, ca 25 nm in diameter, and many appear...

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Cover for Chaetocnema pulicaria (corn flea beetle)

Eggs The eggs of C. pulicaria are yellowish-white and semi-translucent. They are laid singlularly or in groups of up to 10. Dill (1979) reported the...

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Cover for Cauliflower mosaic virus (cauliflower mosaic)

CaMV has isometric particles mostly ca 50 nm in diameter with 420 protein subunits (T=7) in a multilayered structure (Cheng et al., 1992).The virus...

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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 Cherry leaf roll virus (walnut ringspot)

Virus particles are isometric, angular in outline and ca. 28 nm in diameter; some particles are penetrated by negative stain. Particles sediment as...

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Cover for Cherry rasp leaf virus (cherry rasp leaf)

CRLV has isometric particles ca 28-30 nm in diameter which contain single-stranded RNA; it has a bipartite genome.

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The genus Dasineura can be separated from other genera of Cecidomyiidae likely to be found in association with cultivated plants, as follows:R5...