1 edition of Diseases of plants in the United States in 1932 found in the catalog.
Diseases of plants in the United States in 1932
Jessie I. Wood
1933 by Division of Mycology and Disease Survey, Bureau of Plant Industry, United States Department of Agriculture] in [Washington, D.C .
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by Jessie I. Wood, Neil E. Stevens, and Paul R. Miller|
|Series||Plant disease reporter -- suppl. 85, Plant disease reporter -- suppl. 85.|
|Contributions||Stevens, Neil E., Miller, Paul R., 1905-2005, United States. Division of Mycology and Disease Survey|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||82 p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||82|
This deficiency can be easily corrected by rectifying the hindrance of absorption mechanism existing in the soil. In Sudan C. The first group includes a great host of living organisms which live within or are attached to the host plants, affecting their health and frequently causing death. Plants affected by air pollutants generally respond according to the principal toxicant present. In case of cruciferous plants particularly in cauliflower, leaves become deformed, brown-coloured, sometimes discolouration takes place.
Insects damage plants by chewing, sucking, by injecting phytotoxic saliva besides behaving as vectors and inoculators of pathogens, especially viruses. Some parasites destroy their hosts in very short periods of time; while others live upon their hosts for long period, even for many years, before death results. The public and the professions will suffer equally if these services are allowed to deteriorate. Formation[ edit ] J.
The plant shown here is montbretia crocosmia aureaused as a remedy for dysentery. This deficiency can be easily corrected by rectifying the hindrance of absorption mechanism existing in the soil. Plants included here are those that have been or are being used medicinally, in at least one such medicinal tradition. Steel When the Steelmark logo was created, U. This method works by directly eliminating disease-causing organisms or curbing their spread; however, it has been shown to have too broad an effect, typically, to be good for the local ecosystem. Therefore, they are valuable in crop rotations.
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Although the symptoms and effects of certain diseases are well-known, the factor or combination of factors producing them is still questionable. Biological Crop rotation may be an effective means to prevent a parasitic population from becoming well-established, as an organism affecting leaves would be starved when the leafy crop is replaced by a tuberous type, etc.
These diseases are expressed by some characteristic symptoms like chlorosis, yellowing, defoliation, resetting, dark spots, etc.
Diplodia pinea kills current-year shoots, major branches, and ultimately entire trees. Non-Parasitic Diseases: Diseases caused by non-parasitic causal agencies are known as non-parasitic diseases or physiological diseases, also known as deficiency diseases.
It is these secondary metabolites and pigments that can have therapeutic actions in humans and which can be refined to produce drugs—examples are inulin from the roots of dahliasquinine from the cinchonamorphine and codeine from the poppyand digoxin from the Diseases of plants in the United States in 1932 book.
Such losses from plant diseases can have a significant economic impact, causing a reduction in income for crop producers and distributors and higher prices for consumers.
In the Latin names for plants created by Linnaeusthe word officinalis indicates that a plant was used in this way. Premature defoliation caused by this fungus has resulted in complete failure of most ponderosa pine plantings in States east of the Great Plains. The physical structure of the soil not only affects its water retaining capacity and aeration but, if sufficiently hard and compact, can retard the growth of roots and so result in stunted and weak plants.
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Notably, these criteria are not set in stone. The diseases are recognizable by various symptoms of which more common ones are, heart and dry rot caused by distortion and necrosis of fleshy tissue. Michael's in Chicago since 90 percent of the parishioners worked at its mills.
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