suscept

suscept

[sə′sept]
(plant pathology)
A plant that is susceptible to disease caused by either parasitic or nonparasitic plant pathogens.
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First report of Gulf licaria, Licaria triandra, as a suscept of laurel wilt.
As crian cas estao mais suscept iveis as DTA por terem o sistema imunol ogico ainda em desenvolvimento, com menos capacidade de combater a infeccao.
Una de las luchas de nuevo tipo suscept;bles de caracterizar como nuevo movimiento campesino es la lucha del Ejercito Zapatista de Liberacion Nacional.
Thus, in this case, the demographic effects reflect differential drought suscept ibility among topographic positions (cf.
If traditions can be reinvented according to how things "might have been like," then why not also "how we would like things to have been?" Aboriginal interpretations and perspectives on title and treaties would be no less suscept ible to reinvention.
Differential checks, Williams (universal suscept); `Harlon' (Rps1a), `Harosoy 13XX' (Rps1b), `Williams 79' (Rps1c); PI103091 (Rps1d); `Williams 82' (Rps1k); L76-1988 (Rps2); L83-570 (Res3); PRX 146-36 (Rps3b); PRX 145-48 (Rps3c); L85-2352 (Rps4); L85-3059 (Rps5); and `Harosoy 62XX' (Rps6) and `Harosoy' (Rps7), were included in all tests to ensure that the P.
They were suscept (MIC, 0.25 [micro]/ml), amoxicillin-clavulanic acid (0.06 [micro]/ml), chloramphenicol (2 (0.25 [micro]/ml), clarithromycin (0.03 [micro]/ml), clindamycin (0.25 [micro]/ml), imipenem penicillin (0.25 [micro]/ml), and vancomycin (1 [micro]/ml).
The cultivar Lee was used as the universal suscept. Seeds were surface sterilized by incubating overnight in an atmosphere of chlorine gas produced by adding 3.5 mL of 12 M HCl to 100 mL of 5.25% (v/ v) sodium hypochlorite (Fox-Chlor, Fox Packaging Co., St.
Relation of dosage rates, nutrition, air temperature, and suscept genotype to side effects of systemic fungicides on turfgrasses.