Definition of Phyllody. Meaning of Phyllody. Synonyms of Phyllody

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Definition of Phyllody

Phyllody
Phyllody Phyl"lo*dy, n. [See Phyllodium.] (Bot.) A retrograde metamorphosis of the floral organs to the condition of leaves.

Meaning of Phyllody from wikipedia

- Phyllody is the abnormal development of floral parts into leafy structures. It is generally caused by phytoplasma or virus infections, though it may also...
- Phyllody on a purple coneflower (Echinacea purpurea), a plant development abnormality where leaf-like structures replace flower organs. It can be caused...
- Viral diseases Phyllody Hydrangea ringspot virus Ringspots Hydrangea ringspot virus Tobacco ringspot virus Tomato spotted wilt virus...
- crops such as wheat and barley. Symptoms are variable and can include phyllody, virescence, chlorosis, stunting, and sterility of flowers. The aster leafhopper...
- brooms. Moniliophthora perniciosa, cause of witch's broom disease in cacao Phyllody, a related plant growth abnormality affecting flowers Purdy, L.H.; Schmidt...
- morphological perspective) more than fifty years earlier. Goethean science Phyllody Teratology Metamorphosis of Plants (poem) in English Versuch die Metamorphose...
- characteristic symptom is abnormal floral organ development including phyllody, (i.e., the production of leaf-like structures in place of flowers) and...
- is known as floral virescence). Virescence is closely ****ociated with phyllody (the abnormal development of flower parts into leaves) and witch's broom...
- of phytoplasmas, and also often has very distinctive symptoms such as phyllody and significantly reduced leaf size. Vinblastine and vincristine , chemotherapy...
- wildflower. Fasciated showy daisy (Erigeron speciosus). Adventitiousness Phyllody Witch's broom White, Orland E. (1948). "Fasciation". The Botanical Review...
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