Aphid

Aphids, also known as plant lice and in Britain and the Commonwealth as greenflies, blackflies or whiteflies, (not to be confused with `jumping plant lice` or true whiteflies) are small sap-sucking insects, and members of the superfamily Aphidoidea. Aphids are among the most destructive insect pests on cultivated plants in temperate regions. The.....
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Aphid

• (n.) One of the genus Aphis; an aphidian.
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aphid

<zoology> One of the genus Aphis; an aphidian. They are small insects that suck the juices of plants. Some genera are asterochiton, eriosoma, and phylloxera. ... (25 Jun 1999) ...
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aphid

noun any of various small plant-sucking insects
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Aphid

A'phid noun (Zoology) One of the genus Aphis; an aphidian.
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aphid

a plant louse; plant-sucking insect
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aphid

an insect in the family Aphidiidae which are sometimes called plant lice
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aphid

any of a group of sap-sucking, soft-bodied insects (order Homoptera) that are about the size of a pinhead, most species of which have a pair of ... [10 related articles]
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aphid

Any of the family of small insects, Aphididae, in the order Hemiptera, suborder Homoptera, that live by sucking sap from plants. There are many species, often adapted to particular plants; some are agricultural pests. In some stages of their life cycle, wingless females rapidly produce large numbers of live young by parthenogenesis, leading to ...
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aphid

aphid or plant louse,tiny, usually green, soft-bodied, pear-shaped insect injurious to vegetation. It is also called greenfly and blight. Aphids are mostly under 1/4 in. (6 mm) long. Some are wingless; others have two pairs of transparent or colored wings, the front pair longer than the hind pair. I...
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aphid

aphid, plant louse 1. Any of various small, soft-bodied insects of the family Aphididae that have mouth parts especially adapted for piercing and feeding by sucking sap from plants. 2. Numerous tiny soft-bodied insects of the family Aphididae of worldwide distribution, that suck the sap from the stems and leaves of various plants, some developing ...
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Aphid

Aphids reside on the undersides of leaves.They use a sucking mouth part (stylet) to penetrate leaf tissue to feed on plant juices.They can spread disease through their saliva. In large quantities, they weaken trees and shrubs.
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aphid

Common name for a harmful plant parasite in the family Aphididae, some species of which are vectors of plant virus diseases.
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Aphid

NATO codename for Bisnovat R-60 air-to-air missile [SU;RU]
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aphid

[n] - any of various small plant-sucking insects
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