Definition of Epiphytotics
1. epiphytotic [n] - See also: epiphytotic
Lexicographical Neighbors of Epiphytotics
Literary usage of Epiphytotics
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Botanical Abstracts by Board of Control of Botanical Abstracts (1920)
"This ability of the wheat-scab organism, to produce an abundance of virulent spores in short periods of time, has an important bearing on epiphytotics.—/). ..."
2. Manual of Tree Diseases by William Howard Rankin (1918)
"In Europe this disease is said to occur in epiphytotics which sweep over large forest areas. Symptoms. The terminal buds of affected twigs die in the spring ..."
3. An Outline of the History of Phytopathology by Herbert Hice Whetzel (1918)
"... out and destruction of all barberry plants, as they were held to bear some mysterious relation to epiphytotics of wheat rust (Eriksson and Henning, ..."
4. Manual of Fruit Diseases by Lexemuel Ray Hesler, Herbert Hice Whetzel (1917)
"The years 1882, 1894 and 1902 stand out in the history of the apple industry in western New York because of the epiphytotics of pink-rot. ..."
5. Return to Resistance: Breeding Crops to Reduce Pesticide Dependence by Raoul A. Robinson (1996)
"They argue that epidemics in populations of plants and animals should be called epiphytotics and epizootics respectively. However, this is a matter of taste ..."
6. Anthracnose of Cucurbits by Max William Gardner (1918)
"But the mere spattering of rain and blowing of the droplets by wind can not account for the extensive epiphytotics of this disease which suddenly appear in ..."