leaf spot
noun Date: circa 1895 any of various plant diseases characterized by discolored often circular spots on the leaves

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Leaf spot — Leaf Spots are round blemishes found on the leaves of many species of plants, mostly caused by parasitic fungi or bacteria. A typical spot is zonal , meaning it has a definite edge and often has a darker border. When lots of spots are present,… …   Wikipedia

  • leaf spot — leaf′ spot n. ppa any of various plant diseases characterized by the formation of spots on the leaves • Etymology: 1900–05 …   From formal English to slang

  • leaf spot — n. any of various plant diseases characterized by lesions in the form of spots on the leaves …   English World dictionary

  • leaf spot — noun 1. : a discolored area on a leaf caused by parasitic organisms or environmental factors; especially : one having a more or less sharp line of demarcation between it and healthy tissue compare blotch, mosaic 2. : a disease characterized by… …   Useful english dictionary

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  • leaf spot — Plant Pathol. 1. a limited, often circular, discolored, diseased area on a leaf, usually including a central region of necrosis. 2. any disease so characterized. [1900 05] * * * …   Universalium

  • leaf spot — noun Any of various fungal or bacterial diseases of plants that cause blemishes on their leaves …   Wiktionary

  • leaf spot — noun a fungal, bacterial, or viral plant disease which causes leaves to develop discoloured spots …   English new terms dictionary

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  • Grey leaf spot — Taxobox | name = Cercospora zeae maydis regnum = Fungi divisio = Ascomycota familia = Mycosphaerellaceae genus = Cercospora species = C. zeae maydis binomial = Cercospora zeae maydis binomial authority = Tehon E.Y. Daniels 1925Grey leaf spot is a …   Wikipedia

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