blister-like

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  • In our own experience we find that frost will blister like flame. Cited from The Breath of Life, by John Burroughs
  • Feeding over several weeks causes the blemish to take on a blister-like appearance.
  • The mine has the form of a large diffused blister-like mine on the upperside of the leaves.
  • She c'd say things that 'd jest raise a blister like pizen ivy. Cited from David Harum, by Edward Noyes Westcott
  • Pustulosis is highly inflammatory skin condition resulting in large fluid-filled blister-like areas - pustules.
  • No discrete fruit body is formed outside of the gall-like or blister-like tissues of the hosts.
  • Later, it is broadened into a large blister-like blotch.
  • The fruit bodies are up to wide, shiny, black and blister-like, and grow singly or in clusters.
  • Conidiomata are blister-like fruiting structures produced by a specific type of fungus called a coelomycete.
  • Head small, round, solid; leaves rather small, thick, fleshy, and somewhat rigid, of a fine, deep-green, with numerous prominent blister-like elevations. Cited from The Field and Garden Vegetables of America, by Fearing Burr
  • The cocoon causes a blister-like wound on the leaf.
  • The foliage of affected tomato plants shows mottling, with alternating yellowish and darker green areas, the latter often appearing thicker and raised giving a blister-like appearance.
  • On veins, mid-ribs and petioles the gall appears as translucent yellow-white swellings that are often elongated and blister-like.
  • The blotchy part of the mine is blister-like as seen in most species belonging to Acrocercops-group, and is placed on a space between lateral veins unlike that of other Chrysocercops species.
  • They are formed as a means of dispersing asexual spores call conidia, which they accomplish by creating the blister-like formations which then rupture to release the contained spores.
  • Stem rust on wheat is characterized by the presence of uredinia on the plant, which are brick-red, elongated, blister-like pustules which are easily shaken off.
  • When C. umbellata is infected by the rust aeciospores from the pine host, yellow, blister-like spots bearing urediniospores appear on the leaves of the plant within 20 days.
  • As fluid accumulates between the basal epithelium cells, blister like formations form (bullae) and they undergo painful ruptures releasing their fluid content to the surface.
  • During a ceremony in which she was fed an oyster-like organism Miyabi developed a very large and blister like growth and appeared to be possessed by a male entity, causing Ray to remove the growth on her own in her very first surgery.
  • The dorsal surface is variably coloured in shades of grey or brown with a few paler streaks, and is smooth with scattered warts and blister-like ridges.
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