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AcronymDefinition
ROTSRiddle of the Sphinx (gaming)
ROTSRevenge of the Sith (Star Wars)
ROTSRiders on the Storm (Doors song)
ROTSReality of the Situation
ROTSRuggedized Off-The-Shelf
ROTSRhythm of the Saints (Paul Simon song/album)
ROTSRotary Out Trunks Selectors
ROTSRemote Optical Testing System
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Those of us who haven't anything rot in the cities.
And the holy strength of Helios made her rot away there; wherefore the place is now called Pytho, and men call the lord Apollo by another name, Pythian; because on that spot the power of piercing Helios made the monster rot away.
Although sour rot is sometimes used as a catch-all term to refer to a complex of late-season bunch rots that develop in tight-cluster or thin-skin varieties caused by numerous fungi, the authors have defined it more narrowly as a condition involving decayed berries with brown (oxidized) skins often free of fungal contaminants and with pulp that smells of vinegar (acetic acid).
Telluric pathogens isolated from bean plants with collar and root rots in northwest Spain.
In addition to bulb rots, root rots caused by soil borne fungi can affect lilies.
Scientists are hoping the seed of three new sunflower germplasm lines will sow greater success in fighting the fungus that causes head rot. Agricultural Research Service (ARS) and North Dakota State University (NDSU) scientists at Fargo and Carrington cooperatively developed, tested, and released the sunflower lines for their resistance to Sclerotinia sclerotiorum, the culprit behind head rot.
The forces in question are the fungi responsible for root and butt rot or decay--a closely related group of species that specialize in causing large trees to fail.
But Rots, a former medevac helicopter pilot in the United States Army, was not hired to be a bureaucrat.
"Some crops which were wet going into store have not dried out fully and the mild autumn generated ideal warm and wet conditions for the rots to develop.
About one-fourth of the produce grown in the United States rots in storage and losses worldwide average 50%.