vocabulary - introduction
blight - (noun)
infection; A general term used to describe symptoms of plant disease which may include spotting, sudden wilting, or death of leaves, flowers, stems or entire plants.
fell prey (verb)
became defenseless, especially in the face of attack; became a victim
mi·cro·scop·ic (adjective)
Too small to be seen without a microscope; Exceedingly (very) small; minute.
re·store (verb)
put back, replace, reinstate, reestablish, reinstall.
re·sis·tant (adjective)
able to withstand or hold up against something; rot-resistant: does not easily or quickly rot; blight-resistant: being immune or to or able to not catch the illness.
strain (noun)
a generation or group of individuals within the species that share a particular trait or characteristic