yellow dwarf

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Related to yellow dwarf: Barley yellow dwarf virus
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Noun1.yellow dwarf - any of several virus diseases of plants characterized by stunting and yellowing of the leaves
plant disease - a disease that affects plants
potato yellow dwarf, yellow dwarf of potato - the yellow dwarf disease of potato plants
onion yellow dwarf - the yellow dwarf disease of onion plants
naine jaune
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Did you ever read Cinderella, or The Yellow Dwarf, or The Enchanted Frog, or The Fair One with Golden Locks?
Kepler-90 is a G-type star, which is also known as a yellow dwarf.
padi is a pest that transmits barley yellow dwarf virus (BYDV) disease in early sown winter crops (Stern, 1967; Irwin and Thresh, 1990).
Approximately 1,200 zygotic embryos (400 per accessions) from adult plants of following coconut accessions were used: Cameroon red dwarf (CRD), Malayan yellow dwarf (MYD) and Malayan red dwarf (MRD).
Tobacco yellow dwarf virus (TbYDV) from Australia and Chickpea chlorotic dwarf virus (CpCDV) from northern Africa and the Indian subcontinent were being isolated from dicots i.
Our own star, the Sun, is known as a yellow dwarf star - something of an "average" star with a surface temperature of 6000C.
Among viral diseases the major problem becoming aggravated by day in Pakistan is Barley Yellow Dwarf Disease (BYDD) caused by Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus (BYDV).
Although the effects of some other plant viruses, such as Tomato mottle virus (ToMoV) and Barley yellow dwarf virus (BYDV), on their vectors were studied (McKenzie 2002; Fiebig et al.
Los potyvirus: virus enanismo amarillo de la cebolla (Onion yellow dwarf virus: OYDV) y virus rayado amarillo del puerro (Leek yellow stripe virus: LYSV), asi como varias especies de allexivirus (GarV-A, B, C, D y X) son a nivel mundial los patogenos virales mas extendidos en los cultivos del genero Allium (Cafrune et al.
He said the rise in Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus (BYDV) largely stemmed from last year's mild autumn, coupled with reduced cultivations and lighter soil types.
HD 10180 is a yellow dwarf star very much like the sun, so this discovery has drawn many parallels with our own Solar System.
In laboratory studies of greenbug aphids, they discovered that the laboratory-raised insects' ability to transmit yellow dwarf viruses could be predicted by the presence or absence of nine different biomarker proteins in the insect cells.