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Latent Present but not manifest or visible, as a symptomless infection. ...
Lesion A local injury or delimited diseased area. ...
Lesion
Local Necrosis The death or disintegration of cells and tissues in a localized area of an organ. ...
Macroscopic Visible to the naked eye, without the aid of a microscope. ...
Marcescent the retention of dead plant organs, such as leaves, which normally are shed. Several trees, including certain oaks, normally have marcescent leaves. ...
Marcescent
Micron A millionth of a meter (or, a thousandth of a millimeter). ...
Microscopic Visible only with the aid of magnification. ...
Migratory ectoparasites nematodes that feed from outside roots, moving from cell to cell and piercing them to feed without entering root tissue. (Examples: dagger nematodes, Xiphinema spp.) ...
Migratory endoparasites nematodes that feed inside roots, tunneling inside and moving back into soil and to new roots at will. (Examples: root-lesion nematodes, Pratylenchus spp.) ...
Monotrichous Having only one flagellum. ...