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Onion Thrips and Iris Yellow Spot Virus (IYSV) Thrips feed by puncturing plant cells and extracting the cellular fluid (Hunter & Ullman 1989), which results in plant cell death.
The median fins are generally bluish with yellow spots, stripes, or streaks, except the anal fin is mainly yellow with blue on the distal third.
Comparison of TLC results of the culture filtrates from different treatments revealed that the presence of one yellow spots (acid fraction) comparable to a spot obtained from acid hydrolyzed PS-PUR, suggesting presence of diacid in the culture broth but not in the control.
tabaci transmits Iris yellow spot virus (family Bunyaviridae, genus Tospovirus, IYSV) and is the principal vector of this pathogen (Pozzer et al.
Life colours: Male: body mostly reddish dorsally, each scale with yellow spot and red margin; head dull orange laterally, more reddish pink dorsally, operculum golden; lower part of head and body pale pink, with mid-ventral scarlet streak on isthmus; anal and pelvic fins pale bluish grey, with irregular yellow spots; caudal fin dark red with rear margin yellow or pale bluish grey.
The elements of the first dorsal fin each have a yellow spot just distal to the base, and there is a very diffuse, half-pupil diameter dark stripe above the spots, with a scattering of melanophores in the fin membrane above this.
Forewing dark brown, with purplish, a yellow spot at 3/4 of costal margin, radius base with a yellow transverse fascia, a yellow crescent longitudinal fascia in middle; fringe scales yellow, inner margin slightly concave; [R.
Contract Awarded for Improved genetic solutions for management of yellow spot in wheat
It comes with a robust disease package, with good resistance to yellow spot, he said.
If he fails to attain the requisite number of points he gets a warning, indicated by a yellow spot in the Score Book.
The macula is the yellow spot in the central retina that is responsible for detailed central vision and the yellow color is the result of high concentrations of lutein and zeaxanthin.