The second consists of three annual species from Asia Glycine max, Glycine soia Sieb. & Zucc., and Glycine gracilis Skvortz. The first species is the cultivated soybean, the second species is the wild form of the soybean, and the third species is the weedy form of the soybean.
Femoral mononeuropathy in the agricultural setting may be caused primarily by compression of the nerve as it passes through the psoas muscle and through the iliopsoas groove. This compression may be caused by excessive Patients may present with knee buckling, another manifestation of muscle weakness that develops relatively rapidly. Paresthesias are rare but possible, especially if there is involvement of the lateral femoral cutaneous branch (meralgia paresthetica) in many cases numbness of the medial thigh and the calf is also present. Decreased patellar reflex and quadriceps wasting are expected in these patients, as there may be slow and often partial involvement of the iliopsoas (41). Evaluation for femoral nerve dysfunction includes NCSs and needle EMG. If an NCS is performed, it should include sensory studies of the saphenous nerve and motor studies of the femoral nerve, while EMG should show neuropathic changes in the quadriceps and possibly iliopsoas. The EMG should be...
EXAMPLES Cecidophyinae - Cecidophyopsis ribis (black currant gall mite), Colomerus vitis (vine leaf blister mite) Eriophyinae - Acalitus essigi (blackberry mite), Aceria lycopersici (tomato erineum mite), Eriophyes pyri (pear leaf blister mite) Phyllocoptinae - Abacarus hystrix (cereal rust mite), A cuius schlechtendali (apple rust mite), Phyllocoptes gracilis (raspberry leaf & bud mite).
Efficient phosphorus uptake has been found to be more closely related to the quantity of mycelium partitioned into the extraradical phase of the fungi (Abbott and Robson 1985 Morin et al. 1994). Jakobsen et al. (2001) reported that the phosphorus transport capacity of AM fungi is related not only to colonization rate, but also to the transport character of AM fungi themselves. The AM fungi cause few changes to root morphology, but the physiology of the host plant may change significantly. Tissue concentrations of growth-regulating compounds and other chemical constituents change, photosynthetis rates increase, and the partitioning of photosynthate to shoots and roots changes (Bethlenfalvay 1992). Allen et al. (1980) demonstrated differences in cytokinin content between Bouteloua gracilis plants with and without associated Glomus fasciculatus. They also reported quantitative and qualitative changes in GA-like substances in the leaves and roots of...
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