Eyespot

Eyespot can mean: In diseases: Fish species: ...
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eyespot

(from the article `sugarcane`) ...by stunting and death. Leaf scald is a vascular disease caused by the bacterium Xanthomonas albilineans, characterized by creamy or grayish ...
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Eyespot

1. A pigmented photoreceptor in euglenoids. The eyespot senses light and orients the cell for maximu
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eyespot

ocellus noun an eyelike marking (as on the wings of some butterflies); usually a spot of color inside a ring of another color
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Eyespot

[mimicry] An eyespot (sometimes ocellus) is an eye-like marking. They are found on butterflies, reptiles, felids, birds and fish. Eyespots may be a form of mimicry in which a spot on the body of an animal resembles an eye of a different animal to deceive potential predator or prey species; to draw a predator`s attention away from the most v...
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Eyespot

[wheat] Eyespot is an important fungal disease of wheat caused by the necrotrophic fungus Tapesia yallundae (syn: Pseudocercosporella herpotrichoides; W-type [anamorph]; Oculimacula yallundae) and Tapesia acuformis (syn: Pseudocercosporella herpotrichoides; R-type [anamorph]; Oculimacula acuformis). It is also called Strawbreaker. Eyespot i...
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eyespot

a heavily pigmented region in certain one-celled organisms that apparently functions in light reception. The term is also applied to certain ... [2 related articles]
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eyespot

a round multi-colored spot on the forewing or hindwing.
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eyespot

Euglena rubra with red eyespot A light-sensitive organelle present in unicellular organisms, green algae, zoospores, and some gametes. Eyespots can also be found on more complex animals that have well-developed eyes. A dragonfly, for example, has an eyespot on each side of its head in addition ...
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eyespot

Light-sensitive organelle found in many groups of protists, and in some metazoans.
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eyespot

Type: Term Pronunciation: ī′spot Definitions: 1. A colored spot or plastid (chromatophore) in a unicellular organism. Synonyms: ocellus1
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eyespot

[n] - an eyelike marking (as on the wings of some butterflies)
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