|a family of aphid-like insects that feed exclusively on conifers and typically are covered with white waxy material.
|has to do with appearance; beauty.
|having a basic reaction, that is containing the OH- radical and turning red litmus blue when in solution.
|an arrangement of leaves or other parts not opposite or whorled; parts situated one at a node, as leaves on a stem; like parts succeeding each other singly with a common structure.
|one of two kinds of plants on which a parasitic insect or fungus (e.g., rust) must develop to complete its life cycle.
|maturing and living one season only.
|pollen-bearing part of a stamen, borne at the top of a filament, or sessile.
|a leaf-, stem-, or fruit-spot type of disease caused by fungi that produce their asexual spores in an acervulus.
|subordinate or derivative body parts.
|caterpillar species closely related to cutworms. They often move in mass through crop stands while stripping plants of their foliage.
|an ear-shaped lobe, generally used to describe the base of leaves or petals.
|the main stem or central support of a plant.