cinerea


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cinerea

(sɪˈniːrɪə)
n
(Anatomy) the grey matter of the brain and nervous system
Translations

ci·ne·re·a

n. cinérea, la sustancia gris del sistema nervioso o de la espina dorsal.
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Contributor Thomas Ulrich reports on what researchers have learned about the microbiology of grapes affected by Botrytis cinerea (page 66).
The former is the famed sweet white of Bordeaux, the latter ("TBA" for short) the sweetest of the German whites, both made from grapes that have been infected with the ominous-sounding fungus Botrytis cinerea, or "noble rot.
2007a) and to the selection of resistant genotypes, such as the resistance of Botrytis cinerea and Plasmopara viticola in Italy (ANGELINI et al, 2014; TOFFOLATTI et al, 2015).
Pollen micrographies of Jatropha cinerea variety Sinaloa: A, B; Jatropha cinerea: C, D; and Jatropha vernicosa: E, F, varieties of Baja California Sur.
The six main local plant species that we have found and which can act against scorpion envenomations are: Hammada scoparia with a percentage of 74%; Artemisia herba-alba with 8%; Cotula cinerea and Citrullus colocynthis at 6%, Artemisia arborescens with 4% and Nicotiana tabacum with 2%; belonging to four botanical families (Table 1).
The REGALIA MAXX label was developed by FMC in Chile for three important exported crops: table and wine grapes -- powdery mildew (Erysiphe necator) and a complex of plant pathogens that cause and contribute to fruit rot (Botrytis cinerea, Cladosporium herbarium, Penicillium expansum, Rhizopus stolonifer); blueberries -- blossom blight (Botrytis cinerea); and walnuts -- walnut blight (Xanthomonas arboricola pv.
The antifungal activity of compounds 6a-6k against Pythium ultimum, Phytophthora infestans, Corynespora cassiicola, Botrytis cinerea and Rhizoctonia solani was evaluated according to references [24].
A The mould is caused by the fungus Botrytis cinerea, which flourishes in cool, damp air.
During a survey carried out in the state of Parana Botrytis cinerea was cited for causing symptoms in postharvest figs (VELLOZO et al.
koningii by g-ray produced approximately three times more extracellular chitinase than their wild type and exhibit reduction in the growth of Botrytis cinerea by culture filtrate (Haggag, 2002).
En Bolivia se tienen registros de dos especies de esta familia, Abrocoma boliviensis y Abrocoma cinerea (Anderson, 1997; Salazar-Bravo et al.
Predation, due mainly to Atlantic oyster drills Urosalpinx cinerea, and overgrowth of oysters caused a mortality of 72% in the oyster seed during the first growing season.