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yellow dwarf

[′yel·ō ′dwȯrf]
(plant pathology)
Any of several plant viral diseases characterized by yellowing of the foliage and stunting of the plant.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Table 1--Percentage of fungal and bacterial contamination of mature zygotic embryos from Cameroon red dwarf (CRD), Malayan yellow dwarf (MYD) and Malayan red dwarf (MRD) accessions submitted to different exchange techniques at 30 days of in vitro culture.
Mutational analysis of Bean yellow dwarf virus, a geminivirus of the genus Mastrevirus that is adapted to dicotyledonous plants.
Arya M, Baranwal VK, Ahlawat YS, Singh L (2006) RT-PCR detection and molecular characterization of Onion yellow dwarf virus associated with garlic and onion.
Birisik, "New virus diseases for Turkey detected in onion and garlic: onion yellow dwarf virus and shallot latent virus," in Turkey's National 3rd Plant Protection Congress, p.
The Ithaca researchers found the field-collected aphids consistently transmitted yellow dwarf virus only when they carried most, if not all, of the nine key biomarker proteins.
Barley Yellow Dwarf is a major disease problem of wheat in Alabama and is estimated to cause yield loss of 21 -42 bushels per acre.
The first of them, the Blue, besides "Little Red Riding Hood," had such stories as "Felicia and the Pot of Pinks," "The Yellow Dwarf," "The Black Bull of Norroway," and "The Red Etin," with only "Blue Beard" to match with the title.
Ishi is moderately resistant to Barley yellow dwarf virus, leaf rust (caused by Puccinia hordei Otth.), powdery mildew [caused by Erysiphe graminis DC.
And visitors to the show this year can learn, among other things, how packs of voracious wolves can help arable farmers achieve effective control of aphids and so reduce the incidence of diseases like Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus.
For example, each year onion yellow dwarf virus reduces garlic yields 30% to 50%, representing a serious economic loss for garlic growers around the world.
I use the barley yellow dwarf viruses (BYDVs), which infect a broad range of grasses worldwide, as a model system for addressing questions about the outcome of direct and indirect competition between viruses.