eriophyid


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eriophyid

(ˌɛrɪˈɒfɪɪd)
n
(Plant Pathology) plant pathol a type of microscopic mite that causes plant damage
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The other pest that attacks this tree is an eriophyid mite, Eriophyes buceras Cromroy (Acari: Eriophyidae) (Denmark 1966).
Among their topics are whitefly feeding behavior and the transmission of non-circulative plant viruses, Xylella fastidiosa vector transmission biology, eriophyid mite vectors of plant viruses, curcubit yellow vine disease: a model for true bug-bacteria relationships, and aphid transmission of viruses of the family Nanoviridae.
Based on recent research in Italy, the grape erineum mite, a type of eriophyid mite found in vineyards worldwide, was shown to be a vector that can transmit GPGV to healthy grapevines in greenhouse experiments.
Population dynamics and hibernation shelters of Calepitrimerus vitis in the vineyards of Rioja, Spain, with a description of a new eriophyid extraction technique (Acari: Eriophyidae).
Factors affecting mosaic distribution of galls of an eriophyid mite, Eriophyes laevis, in alder, Alnus glutinosa.
Eriophyid mites, their biology, natural enemies and control.
Eriophyid Studies B-16, Bureau of Entomology, California Department of Agriculture, p.
potato Streptomyces scabies Verticillium Verticillium dahliae, Many plant wilt Verticillium species alboatrum Witches' Interaction of powdery Hackberry broom mildew or other fungus and an Eriophyid mite NAME SYMPTOMS Anthracnose Small tan to black irregular spots, usually on leaves.
He's also used the LT-SEM technique to compare different traditional slide-mounting methods, examining several plant-feeding species of eriophyid and flat mites.
Comparative ultrastructure of double membrane-bound particles and inclusions associated with eriophyid mite-born plant diseases of unknown etiology: A potentially new group of plant viruses.
The level of specificity that some herbivores exhibit towards hybrids can be extreme; the eriophyid mite, Aceria parapopuli, is restricted to one hybrid type - not just hybrids in general, but specifically [F.