By S. Whitby
In the past little consciousness has been paid to the advance of army features designed to focus on nutrients vegetation with organic war brokers. This e-book represents the 1st great research of state-run actions during this box. It indicates that every one organic conflict courses have integrated an element desirous about the improvement of anti-crop brokers and munitions. present obstacle over the proliferation of organic guns is positioned within the context of the initiative to reinforce the organic and Toxin guns conference. the writer concludes that the hazards posed by way of this kind of war will be minimized by means of the implementation of regimes about the peaceable use and regulate of plant pathogens that pose a threat to human well-being and the surroundings.
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According to Agrios:22 The most common and sometimes the only kind of symptom produced by virus infection is reduced growth rate of the plant, resulting in various degrees of dwarﬁng or stunting of the entire plant. Almost all viral diseases seem to cause some degree of reduction on The Study of Disease in Plants 31 total yield, and the length of life of virus-infected plant is usually shortened. The most obvious symptoms of virus-infected plant are usually those appearing on the leaves, but some viruses may cause striking symptoms of the stem, fruit, and roots, with or without symptom development on the leaves.
3. 4. 5. 6. Diseases caused by fungi. Diseases caused by bacteria. Diseases caused by parasitic higher plants. Diseases caused by viruses and viroids. Diseases caused by nematodes. [and] Diseases caused by protozoa. With regard to the environmental or the non-pathogenic group of factors, we can again adopt the classiﬁcation applied by Agrios8 as: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Too low or too high temperature. Lack or excess of soil moisture. Lack or excess of light. Lack of oxygen. Air pollution.
In the paragraph that follows, Agrios20 outlines the role of insects, other animals, and humans, in the dissemination of bacterial plant pathogens: Insects not only carry bacteria to plants, they also inoculate the plants with the bacteria by introducing them into the particular sites in plants where they can almost surely develop. In some cases bacterial plant pathogens also persist in the insect and depend on them for their survival and spread. In other cases, insects are important but not essential in the dissemination of certain bacterial plant pathogens.
Biological Warfare Against Crops by S. Whitby