foot rot


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foot rot

[′fu̇t ‚rät]
(plant pathology)
Any disease that involves rotting of the stem or trunk of a plant.
(veterinary medicine)
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A positive correlation existed between gibberellin production in culture and bakanae disease (Sunder and Satyavir, 1998), and pectic enzymes production and foot rot development (Thakur, 1974).
Early diagnosis is essential for effective treatment of foot rot.
Foot rot is one of destructive disease of black pepper in Sarawak and affects the total production of black pepper in Malaysia.
The skin around the feet become soft and tender when wet, so foot rot is a common problem in wet weather or when cattle must walk through wet ground or bogs.
Association of an isozyme locus and strawbreaker foot rot resistance derived from Aegilops ventricosa in wheat.
Foot rot or "trench feet" from constant exposure in water logged trenches created a major problem.
Is this foot rot, and if so, how do we get rid of the fungus?
Foot rot is a highly contagious disease affecting the interdigital tissue of ruminants.
Eduardo Casas, a geneticist in the Genetics and Breeding Research Unit at the time of the study, and former ARS scientist Gary Snowder discovered a quantitative trait locus (QTL), or location, on bovine chromosome 20 that is associated with pinkeye, foot rot, and bovine respiratory disease.