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  rot - Wiktionary
to rot (third-person singular simple present rots, present participle rotting, simple past rotted, past participle rotten)
singular conjugation of the verb rotten: to rot
rot- noun prefix to give it a negative meaning.
en.wiktionary.org /wiki/rot   (271 words)

  
  Bit rot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bit rot is often defined as the event in which the small electric charge of a bit in memory disperses, possibly altering program code.
Bit rot can also be used to describe the very real phenomenon of data stored in EPROMs gradually decaying over the duration of many years, or in the decay of data stored on CD or DVD disks or other types of consumer storage.
Rarely, bit rot is referred to as the process by which data becomes inaccessible due to the lack of working devices to read old data storage formats.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bit_rot   (391 words)

  
 Rot - Wikipedia
Einige Insekten, beispielsweise Bienen, sind nicht in der Lage, Rot zu sehen.
Deshalb ist das Haltesignal von Verkehrsampeln rot, desgleichen haben Warn- und Verbotsschilder einen roten Rand oder sind gleich ganz in rot gehalten (beispielsweise Stoppschild).
Rot wird einerseits mit Leidenschaft und Liebe in Zusammenhang gebracht, andererseits aber auch mit Aggression (beispielsweise "rot sehen" oder das rote Tuch beim Stierkampf).
de.wikipedia.org /wiki/Rot   (569 words)

  
 Brown Stem Rot of Soybean, AC-35-98
This soybean disease is caused by a residue-borne fungal pathogen, Phialophora gregata.
The most common symptom of brown stem rot is the brown to reddish-brown discoloration of the soybean stem pith.
Severity of brown stem rot was 30% greater and yields were 15% lower in no-till than in conventional tillage in a study completed in Wisconsin.
ohioline.osu.edu /ac-fact/0035.html   (699 words)

  
 Charcoal rot -- a dry weather disease
In the last issue of the ICM Newsletter, we reported that charcoal rot, a drought-related soybean disease, was prevalent in Iowa late this summer, causing premature death of soybeans.
Discoloration by charcoal rot is limited to the lower portion of stems, often not higher than 5th node, while the discoloration in BSR can reach the upper portion of a stem.
The importance of seed-borne charcoal rot is unknown in Iowa.
www.ipm.iastate.edu /ipm/icm/2003/10-6-2003/charcoalrot.html   (639 words)

  
 Fusarium Dry Rot
Dry rot is easily identified by a dry, crumbly decay and the presence of the fungus growing in the rotting tuber (Figures 1 and 2).
Dry rot can be reduced or even halted by the tuber if a proper storage environment is provided and reasonable care is exercised in the harvesting and handling operations.
Dry growing conditions favor dry rot because of increased bruising due to higher specific gravity (solids), more clods at harvest, and a tendency for later harvests when the potatoes are colder and more susceptible to bruising.
www.ext.nodak.edu /extpubs/plantsci/rowcrops/pp1039w.htm   (1996 words)

  
 Blossom-End Rot
Blossom-end rot is a symptom of calcium deficiency in the fruit.
In peppers the rot appears tan in color and should not be confused with sun scald, which is white and usually occurs higher up on the fruit.
Blossom-end rot usually appears initially on the first fruit cluster of a plant due to the combination of rapid plant growth with a large leaf area for water transpiration, water stress, and fruit enlargement.
pubs.caes.uga.edu /caespubs/horticulture/blossom-rot.html   (1796 words)

  
 White rot of Apple
White rot is often referred to as Botryosphaeria rot or Bot rot and is a serious pathogen of apple fruit and wood.
Fruit rot infection is most common in areas of the southeastern U.S. where losses of up to 50 percent have been reported.
The host range of white rot is broad, but the role these other hosts play in the development of the disease in apples is not known.
www.caf.wvu.edu /kearneysville/disease_descriptions/omwhiter.html   (1046 words)

  
 ppa-27 BLACK ROT OF GRAPES
Black rot caused by the fungus Guignardia bidwellii is the most prevalent and important grape disease in Kentucky.
The fungus survives the winter in mummies both on the vine in the trellis and on the ground, and in fallen leaves and stem lesions.
Fungicides for fl rot control are either protective or eradicative; both groups require proper timing of application to be effective.
www.ca.uky.edu /agc/pubs/ppa/ppa27/ppa27.htm   (861 words)

  
 Fusarium Dry Rot of Potato fact sheet
Fusarium dry rot is characterized by an internal light to dark brown or fl rot (fig.1) of the potato tuber-and it is usually dry.
Extensive rotting causes the tissue to shrink and collapse, usually leaving a dark sunken area on the outside of the tuber (fig.
Diagnosis of dry rot can be complicated by the presence of soft rot bacteria, which often invade dry rot lesions, particularly if the tubers have been stored at high humidity and condensation has occurred on the surfaces.
vegetablemdonline.ppath.cornell.edu /factsheets/Potato_Fusarium.htm   (1165 words)

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