10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «AECIA»
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Adrian & Jade in Queen Lara Vega's Secret Roses
(As this attack came from meteorites with lightening, this was striking down
Princess Aecia's henchmen.) Aeron: “RAINOFHELL!” (As he killedseveral of Lady
Pearl's men) Kalmia: “BLADES OF CHOAS!” (As she killed several of Endura's ...
Sea Lavender, Rust and Mildew: A Perennial Pathosystem in ...
Aecia In the field aecia appear in great quantities, mainly in June. Most aecia are
formed on leaves but stems of inflorescences can be infected, malformed (cf
Plowright, 1889) and even sterilised. Differences in severity of infection between
Principles of Forest Pathology
In Jeffrey pine stands where both P. filamentosum and P. stalactiforme occur, the
two rusts can be separated because P. stalactiforme has lower, more confluent
aecia. The thick, smooth areas on aeciospore walls, lack of aecidial fragments on
F. H. Tainter, F. A. Baker, 1996
Rust Diseases of Willow and Poplar
Urediniospores: 2-25 x 10-19 um Teliospores: 20-50 x 7-15 um Aecia on
Saxifraga Urediniospore wall 2 um thick Urediniospore wall more than 2 ur Aecia
on Abies Aecia on Euonymus Aecia on Larix Aecia on Orchidaceae Aecia on
Ming Hao Pei, Alistair R. McCracken, 2005
Ultrastructure and Cytology of Pycnia, Aecia
, and ...
Results of a study to determine the surface morphology of pycnia and aecia using a scanning electron microscope, using material collected at Peace River, Alberta.
Frank Kozar, Hans J. Netolitzky, 1975
Westcott's Plant Disease Handbook
Aecia are highly differentiated and conspicuous, with catenulate aeciospores,
deeply colored with verrucose walls (see Fig. 3.55). The life cycle is similar in all
juniper leaf rusts. In early summer, small, slightly swollen spots appear on leaves
Diseases of Temperate Zone Tree Fruit and Nut Crops
Cup-shaped aecia are produced on the fruit, leaves, and green stems of the host.
Aecios- pores are globoid 12 to 20 am wide and 14 to 32 pm long. Both Oriental
and European cultivars of pears are affected (O'Gara 1914). Winter Nelis is ...
Joseph M. Ogawa, Harley English, 1991
European Handbook of Plant Diseases
P. isiacae (Thtim) Winter) forms aecia on many diverse hosts including sugarbeet
(Viennot-Bourgin 1956) and exceptionally cucumber (Brautigarn & Kiihn 1983) (
cucurbits are mostly unaffected by rusts). The telial host is Phragmites australis.
I. M. Smith, J. Dunez, D. H. Phillips, 2009
The Cereal Rusts: Origins, Specificity, Structure, and ...
Aecia The aecium is the fruiting structure that produces the aeciospores following
dikaryotization and reinitiates the dikaryotic life cycle phase. The aecia typically
form on the undersides of the leaves shortly after pycnium development.
Britain's Plant Galls: A Photographic Guide
INTRODUCTION The underside of this lady's mantle leaf is more or less
completely covered with the aecia of the rust fungus The anthers of this soapwort
flower have been galled by the smut Microbotryum saponariae, with the pollen
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The two airmen, including Senior Airman Aecia S. Good, 23, of Broadview Heights, and eight Marines, died less than two hours later when their ... «Chronicle-Telegram, Mar 14»
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Aecia Fruiting bodies of some rust fungi bearing chains of aeciospores. Atigi A type of parka worn by the Inuit in Canada. Bandura Ukrainian ... «The Independent, Nov 13»
Mystery of Alaskan "Goo" Rust Solved at Last
C. ledicola aecia (spore chambers) on spruce needles. Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forestry Service. Click image for link. «Scientific American, Feb 12»