- that dating
of the ancestral human louse
into two species, the head louse
and the pubic louse
date the loss of body hair in human
for his part in saving
from the phylloxera root louse
pest. Hermann Jaeger
was born on March
23, 1844 in Brugg, Switzerland...
- rootstock, a common practice
due to their resistance
to phylloxera, a root louse
that eventually kills
the vine. In the late 19th century, most of Europe's...
- to Botanical Gardens
in England. These cuttings carried
of root louse called phylloxera which attacks
on the vine roots
in 1920. Furthering
was an infestation
of the phylloxera root louse which killed
many of the vines through
the valley. These
- to the inability
to control black
rot and the destructive
aphid-like root louse called
phylloxera. In the early
1900s, Charlottesville's Monticello
(individual human) fish (noun) bird dog louse
tree (not log) seed (noun) leaf (botanics) root
(botanics) bark (of tree) skin (1952: person’s)...
Davis, 1908 c g b Aphis forbesi
Weed, 1889 c g b (strawberry root louse
) Aphis frangulae
Kaltenbach, 1845 c g Aphis franzi
Holman, 1975 c g Aphis...
planting, while plants neighboring infested plants showed increased root growth
at the expense
of the extension
parts. The wild potato,...
- industry received
a stern challenge
from nature, when the Phylloxera root louse
in Oregon. This necessitated
the use of Phylloxera-resistant...