Most sunflower diseases are caused by pathogens specific to sunflower. The primary approaches for managing diseases of sunflowers are the use of resistant varieties and crop rotation. Additionally, seeds may be treated with fungicides to control fungi that cause seedling diseases. Fungicides are labeled
[Include any grant/funding information and a complete correspondence address.] The Nature and Importance of Pseudonomas Micro-organisms have come to be of great significance to us human beings. Their uses are plentiful and diverse but a few of the most common applications of these genera are in food production, medicinal research, health, ecology and biotechnology. In this essay I will be talking about the genus pseudomonas in particular. The basic few things to know about the pseudomonas bacteria is that it falls under the class of proteobacterias, belongs to the family of Pseudomonadaceae and is a Gram negative bacteria.
birds, shrews, hedgehogs and predatory ground beetles. There is also a biological control in the form of a nematode available. There is also a chemical available called “chlorpyferous” which gives protection against the grubs. 2. Honey Fungus: You can use resistant varieties, avoid water logging, shading, drought areas, protect roots from damage, avoid planting at an infected site, infected roots and stumps should be removed.
As we know The relation between the fungi and the plant is mutualistic , where the fungi take carbohydrates and vitamins from the plant by hyphae since they don’t undergo photosynthesis and unable to do their own food , and the fungi in turns help the plant to absorb nutrients and water. However, mycorrhizal parasitism will grow if the environment contains enough amount of water, nutrients and crop-producing conditions, so the mycorrhizae in this case take more than they give. This type of mycorrhizae is rare where woody plants grow because they have vast quantity of mycorrhizea colonizing
They can be harmful or beneficial. We can classify microorganisms into 4 main groups namely Viruses, Bacteria, Protista and Fungi. In this investigation we are going to focus on the microorganism Bacteria. This investigation investigates whether a dirty potato in favorable conditions will grow more microorganisms than a dirty potato in unfavorable conditions. Before we start with the investigation we need to do some research on the microorganism bacteria.
These enhance immunity in the seeds but eating them can decrease the effectiveness of actual antibiotics 3)CHEMICAL CONTAMINATION: Modified genes in the Biotech food may have human health risks because when genes are altered, some chemicals are used to get certain traits, like for example, to improve the resistance to powerful herbicides. Soybean are genetically engineered to resist herbicides which normally kills all the weeds and different plants in the discipline. As a result, the meals you eat will contain insecticides and herbicides that leads to ruining our health, visual imbalance and leads to most cancers. ECONOMIC
In order for the development for life, bacteria can be decomposers that break down nutrients in dead matter and wastes of other organisms and are able to make it available for other organisms to use, therefore recycling nutrients and so maintaining an equilibrium in an ecosystem. They are also used in sewage treatments in breaking down complex compounds into simpler compounds that are less harmful. Another form of their favourable roles is as nitrogen fixers, which converts nitrogen in the atmosphere into nitrogen compounds that plants are able to use, helping them in growth and development. These bacterias are significantly important in contributing to the nitrogen cycle as well as are fertilizing plants, they are mainly found in the root nodules of legumes aiding them in growth. Many of which live in a mutualistic relationship with other species, both aiding in each others survival, a common example would be the E.coli in our intestines which aid us in digestion and in numerous amounts of vitamins that our body cannot produce, and in return, we would provide them with a warm and safe space, plenty of food and a source of transportation.
Introduction In this essay I will be talking about microbes, and also some advantages and disadvantage of microbes for human body, and for course some examples, and the most important thing in this essay for me is the environmental effects of the bacteria and microbes. Microbes are tiny organisms, a single cell (unicellular), cell Cluster or Multicellular. Microbes are very diverse including bacteria, fungi,etc… that can be found in the air, soil, water and in our body, Microbes can always be bad or good, they can make us sick and can help us in many ways.1 2 How do microbes interact with humans? Because of the presence of microbes in all human life, there is constant interaction between microbes and humans. The bacteria in the body are became
Macronutrients consists Nitrogen, Potassium and Phosphorus. These three elements form the basis of the N-P-K label on commercial fertilizer bags. As a result, the management of these nutrients is very important. Nitrogen is essential to plant growth because it is the fundamental part of the chlorophyll molecule and significant in the formation of amino acids and proteins in the plant. It must be mineralized by soil micro-organisms before the nitrogen it contains is released for plant use.
The most widespread use of pesticides is that they act as plant protection products (called as crop protection products) which has a function of protecting the plants from damaging factors such as plant diseases, weeds orinsects. On the basis of target pesticides are mainly classified into, fungicides, bactericides, herbicides, insecticides, rodenticides and insecticides. On the basis of chemical properties, pesticides can also be grouped into organophosphates (OP), carbamates, Coumadin, phenoxyl, organochlorines (OC), dithio-carbamates, carbamates, pyrethroids, triazine, and amide