[ zˌanθəsˈə͡ʊməɹ ˈatɹəvˌa͡ɪ͡ənz], [ zˌanθəsˈəʊməɹ ˈatɹəvˌaɪənz], [ z_ˌa_n_θ_ə_s_ˈəʊ_m_ə_ɹ ˈa_t_ɹ_ə_v_ˌaɪə_n_z]
Related words: xanthosoma atrovirens, yellow taro, xanthosoma, taro
How to use "Xanthosoma atrovirens" in context?
The Xanthosoma Atrovirens nematode, sometimes known as the Harlequin nematode, is a microscopic worm that can cause significant economic damage to crops and orchards. This microscopic worm is capable of living in the soil for extended periods of time and is capable of deep penetration into the roots of plants. The xanthosoma atrovirens nematode can destroy a wide variety of plants, including crops of all varieties, fruit trees, and flowers. Damage caused by the xanthosoma atrovirens nematode is often irreversible and can lead to extensive loss of crops and orchard trees.
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