mottling


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mottling

Spotty round marks which appear as a defect in a sprayed film of paint.
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From Riyadh and Hail regions, twelve samples were detected to be positive by DAS-ELISA and five showing sever mottling and varying degree of mosaic were confirmed to be CGMMV positive by RT-PCR and nucleotide sequence.
95%) demonstrated some degree of enamel mottling, which ranged from chalky-white patches on the enamel surfaces, to brown staining and surface irregularities.
Germination of nonscarified seeds was not significantly correlated to mottling except at 30[degrees]C.
Bean pod mottle virus is a beetle-transmitted virus that causes leaf mottling, mosaic, and leaf distortion on soybean (Gergerich, 1999).
The search began for a level of fluoride in the water that would protect against tooth decay without mottling or darkening tooth enamel.
The film is particularly suitable for UV flexo printing, offering excellent printability, ink adhesion and a greatly reduced risk of ink mottling.
Merrit has large seed size, slight seed coat mottling an upright plant habit, and high yield.
Group members said scientific studies in recent years indicate fluoride can be linked to cancer, lower IQ in children and other ill effects, include mottling of children's teeth.
The enhancement of skin will decrease the amount of wrinkling, roughness, dryness, laxity, sallowness, or pigmentary mottling in skin.
Soybean mosaic virus infection of soybean also can result in poor seed quality, including increased undesirable seed coat mottling (Kennedy and Cooper, 1967; Ross 1970), altered chemical composition of the seed (Demski and Jellum, 1975; El-Amretz et al.
Excessive intake of fluoride at a young age can lead to dental fluorosis, a condition that weakens enamel while teeth are forming, resulting in permanent mottling or staining of the teeth.