leaf stripe

leaf stripe

[′lēf ‚strīp]
(plant pathology)
Any of various plant diseases characterized by striped discolorations on the foliage.
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Janice made the pink leaf stripe run horizontally in all blocks, while the green leaf stripe runs vertically; watch the stripe orientation when sewing the pieced squares.
1 Draw diagonal line on wrong side of pink leaf stripe 2 7/8" square, with stripes running vertically.
Instead, cut 16 strips 2 1/2"x 10" each from white dot, purple texture, and blue texture; and 8 strips cut on crosswise grain each from pink leaf stripe and green leaf stripe.
LEAF STRIPE is a common disease in barley districts characterized by a cold climate during the sowing season, such as Scandinavia, Canada (spring sowing), and the Mediterranean (winter sowing).
A single genetic factor conferring complete resistance to barley leaf stripe was introduced into most of the resistant North-European, two-rowed barley cultivars via cv.
The reliability of the STS marker MWG2018 to assess the leaf stripe resistant phenotype was then verified in several resistant barley lines bred from the crosses between the resistant parent Rebelle, or Rebelle-derived resistant lines, and different susceptible barley cultivars.
Selection of single F2 resistant plants was based on the absence of leaf stripe symptoms.
This marker is known to be linked to the leaf stripe resistance gene Rdg2a at a map distance of 2.
Panels consist of a natural leaf stripe in hues of green mist, linen and prairie peach and will coordinate with Royal Velvet towels and rug colors.
Bain & Edgerton ex Deighton, bacterial leaf stripe, caused by Burkholderia andropogonis (Smith) Gillis et al.
Regency gold leaf stripe vase, pounds 7, Matalan (01695 552 793)
Bain & Edgerton, bacterial leaf stripe, caused by Burkholderia andropogonis (Smith) Gillis et al.