curly top


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curly top

n.
A viral disease of many plants, such as beets, beans, and tomatoes, characterized by curled leaves and stunted growth.
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Previously knowledge about the viral pathogens of diseases was restricted before the isolation, structure and morphology of virus particles linked with such diseases like maize streak and beet curly top (Bock et al.
The sugar beet curly top virus could meet its match in new sugar beet varieties derived from KDH13, a germplasm breeding line developed by Agricultural Research Service (ARS) researchers for resistance to the disease-causing pathogen.
As Shirley Temple, she had been the biggest child star of the Thirties, appearing in movies such as Bright Eyes, Curly Top and Heidi.
For this 2015 remake, QuvenzhanAaAaAeA@ Wallis gave Annie a fresh look, longer the redhead curly top girl with freckles.
You're a when I your answer, Jimmy In 1934, she became an international name with Bright Eyes and continued enthralling cinemagoers in films such as Curly Top and Heidi.
As a child in the 1930s I remember my mother taking us to the cinema to see all her films - I particularly loved Curly Top and Poor Little Rich Girl.
Temple was credited with helping save 20th Century Fox from bankruptcy with films such as Curly Top and The Littlest Rebel.
She was given an honorary Oscar at six, and went on to star in films such as Curly Top and The Littlest Rebel, helping the US cope with the depression of the 1930s.
sugar beet producers also battle beet curly top virus.
C931 is moderately resistant to Beet curly top virus, virus yellows (caused by Beet chlorosis virus and Beet yellows virus), powdery mildew [caused by Erysiphe polygoni DC.
Can't you just see curly top dancing about with the braces on giving it laldy as the seventies songster?
The sad fact is we are in a mess and it should not be forgotten where the blame lies - not with old curly top Kevin Keegan, but with his predecessor, that false prophet Glennoddle, whose faithful reliance on the fringes of divine inspiration ended up bringing this country's national game to its knees.