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Description

Rice Doctor is an interactive tool for extension workers, students,researchers and other users who want to learn and diagnose pest,disease, and other problems that can occur in rice; and how tomanage them.This product has been developed by an internationalteam involving –• International Rice Research Institute (IRRI)•Lucid team at the University of Queensland, Australia• PhilippineRice Research Institute (PhilRice), Philippines• Research Institutefor Rice, Indonesia The Australian Centre for InternationalAgricultural Research (ACIAR) has contributed funding for theresearch, development, and production of this product.Thisinteractive tool allows users to diagnose or at least make a shortlist of possible problems occurring in a rice crop. The key coversover 90 pests and diseases and other disorders. The combination oftext descriptions and images helps users in the process ofdiagnosing their problems. Fact sheets on each possible disorderprovide brief descriptions of the signs and symptoms of specificproblems, together with details of any available managementoptions. A keyword search function enables users to directly accessspecific fact sheets. For further information on these disorders,users can link to full fact sheets on the IRRI Rice Knowledge Bankwebsite.This app is powered by Lucid Mobile.

App Information Rice Doctor

  • App Name
    Rice Doctor
  • Package Name
    com.lucidcentral.mobile.ricedoctor
  • Updated
    January 18, 2017
  • File Size
    63M
  • Requires Android
    Android 4.4 and up
  • Version
    1.0.10
  • Developer
    LucidMobile
  • Installs
    10,000+
  • Price
    Free
  • Category
    Books & Reference
  • Developer
    P.O Box 5486 Stafford Heights, QLD, 4053 Australia
  • Google Play Link

Rice Doctor Version History

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  • 1.0.10 (10) - Latest Version
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  • 1.0.8 (8)
  • Rice Doctor 1.0.10 APK File

    Publish Date: 2017 /2/2
    Requires Android: Android 4.4+ (KitKat, API: 19)
    File Size: 62.6 MB
    Tested on: Android 6.0 (Marshmallow, API: 23)
    File Sha1: 10bf8cefa97c21a5c46a1ad16fd72a2af499df67
    APK Signature: c399266c21b5efe288d2871c0dc20a902c1338d0
  • Rice Doctor 1.0.10 APK File

    Publish Date: 2017 /3/14
    Requires Android: Android 4.4+ (KitKat, API: 19)
    File Size: 62.6 MB
    Tested on: Android 6.0 (Marshmallow, API: 23)
    File Sha1: 10bf8cefa97c21a5c46a1ad16fd72a2af499df67
    APK Signature: c399266c21b5efe288d2871c0dc20a902c1338d0
  • Rice Doctor 1.0.8 APK File

    Publish Date: 2015 /11/16
    Requires Android: Android 2.3.3+ (Gingerbread, API: 10)
    File Size: 33.6 MB
    Tested on: Android 5.0 (Lollipop, API: 21)
    File Sha1: 17112e62a04f402ce25421acebfc6f568dafa9ce
    APK Signature: c399266c21b5efe288d2871c0dc20a902c1338d0

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Rice Doctor 1.0.10 APK
LucidMobile
Rice Doctor is an interactive tool for extension workers, students,researchers and other users who want to learn and diagnose pest,disease, and other problems that can occur in rice; and how tomanage them.This product has been developed by an internationalteam involving –• International Rice Research Institute (IRRI)•Lucid team at the University of Queensland, Australia• PhilippineRice Research Institute (PhilRice), Philippines• Research Institutefor Rice, Indonesia The Australian Centre for InternationalAgricultural Research (ACIAR) has contributed funding for theresearch, development, and production of this product.Thisinteractive tool allows users to diagnose or at least make a shortlist of possible problems occurring in a rice crop. The key coversover 90 pests and diseases and other disorders. The combination oftext descriptions and images helps users in the process ofdiagnosing their problems. Fact sheets on each possible disorderprovide brief descriptions of the signs and symptoms of specificproblems, together with details of any available managementoptions. A keyword search function enables users to directly accessspecific fact sheets. For further information on these disorders,users can link to full fact sheets on the IRRI Rice Knowledge Bankwebsite.This app is powered by Lucid Mobile.
Insect Orders 1.0.9 APK
LucidMobile
Insects make up the vast bulk of species diversity on the planet.Many millions of insect species exist and entomologists havedivided them into a manageable number of units called Orders. Themembers of each insect Order have arisen from a common ancestor,share similar structural characteristics and have certainbiological attributes in common.Not all insect Orders are equal inspecies number; some Orders have just a few hundred species whileothers have more than 100,000 species. The range of structuralcharacteristics and biological features tends to be broader in themore species-rich Orders.Predictions about the biology, behaviourand ecology of an insect can be made once you know its Order. Buthow can you know the Order to which an insect belongs? Insects canbe identified in various ways. Comparing a specimen with a book ofillustrations of identified insects is one way. Using a printed keyis another way. This Lucid based key combines the advantages ofthese methods and adds a new dimension of simplicity and power tothe process of identification.This simple identification key isdesigned to identify most common adult insects to Order inAustralia. The key has been designed for use by advanced secondarystudents, beginning undergraduates and others interested inentomology. We have written the key so that students will learnabout the structure and biology of insects while identifying them.We have included three groups of arthropods in this key (Protura,Collembola and Diplura) that are closely related to insects.How canyou tell if an insect is an adult and can be identified using thiskey? That is a simple question without a simple answer. If yourinsect has fully-developed, functional wings then it is an adult.However, some adult insects have reduced, non-functional wings andothers have no wings at all. In these cases the adult forms havefully developed genitalia at the apex of the abdomen.The 'Key toInsect Orders' was created at the University of Queensland,Department of Entomology. The Key has been based on the simplifiedkeys to insect Orders found in Collecting, Preserving andClassifying Insects by E.C. Dahms, G.B. Monteith and S. Monteith(Queensland Museum, 1979), Worms to Wasps by M.S. Harvey and A.L.Yen (Oxford University Press, 1989) and A Field Guide to Insects inAustralia by P. Zborowski and R. Storey (Reed Books, 1995).This appis powered by Lucid Mobile.
Citrus ID 1.0.7 APK
LucidMobile
Citrus pests and diseases may be found on a number of plant speciesin various plant families. The Citrus ID Key is primarily intendedto help people working or conducting pest surveys in citrusorchards, variety collections, and home gardens, so its focus islimited exclusively to the citrus family (Rutaceae). Although eightgenera of Rutaceae are native to the continental United States(Amyris, Choisya, Cneoridium, Esenbeckia, Helietta, Ptelea,Thamnosma, and Zanthoxylum), most of these are unlikely to beencountered in our target locations and can be keyed using regionalguides. The cultivars and taxa of citrus and relatives that havebeen introduced and released for cultivation are the most likely tobe encountered in cultivated settings, so the Citrus ID Keyconcentrates on these taxa.Cultivars of citrus and its relativesare released in the United States through state agencies and to alesser extent the USDA-ARS National Clonal Germplasm Repository forCitrus & Dates. Our target list of entities was synthesizedfrom the cultivar lists provided by the California Citrus ClonalProtection Program, the Florida Citrus Arboretum, the FloridaChiefland Budwood Distribution Center, the Florida Bureau of CitrusBudwood Registration, and the Texas Budwood Certification Program.Arizona no longer certifies budwood, instead relying on theCalifornia program. The resulting target list includes over 500entities of citrus and relatives cultivated in the UnitedStates.Field identification to the level of cultivar remainsimpossible in most cases. This is partially due to the complicatedreticulate breeding history of citrus, but also, selection hasgenerally focused on characters such as taste, disease and stressresistance, and fruiting phenology rather than on characters ofornamental (and thus morphological) value. This key facilitatesidentification to at least the cultivar group level within citrus(e.g., sweet oranges, sour oranges, etc.), if not beyond for selectcultivars.Original illustrations and photography: Unlessspecifically indicated otherwise, the source for plant imagesincluded in Citrus ID Key should be cited as "Herbarium (NCSC)."NCSC is the official abbreviation for the North Carolina StateUniversity Herbarium. Any commercial use is prohibited withoutexpress written permission. Requests may be addressed to:Herbarium, Department of Plant Biology, North Carolina StateUniversity, Raleigh, NC 27695-7612.Original source for Lucid MobileKey: Saville, A.C., A. Krings, T. Kahn, M.D. Trice, and A.J.Redford. 2011. Citrus ID, Edition 2. USDA APHIS ITP, Fort Collinsand North Carolina State University.http://idtools.org/id/citrus/citrusid/Key authors: Amanda Saville,Alexander Krings, Tracy Kahn, Matthew Trice, and Amanda Redford
Environmental Weeds Australia 1.0.10 APK
LucidMobile
Environmental Weeds of Australia is now available as an ID App! Itis based on an updated edition of the popular CD version andincludes the full identification key, weed fact sheets, and over10,000 images right on your smart device. Please note this is alarge download (272M) and depending on your connection may takeseveral minutes to download and install. An internet connection isnot required once installed. Environmental Weeds of Australia hasbeen developed to assist with the identification of weed speciesthat invade natural habitats. It is a valuable resource for allthose concerned about environmental weeds: weed and biodiversityresearchers, trainers, advisors, weed control officers,environmental community groups, weed management practitioners, andanyone with an interest in environmental weeds.While Australianfocused, this key provides an excellent resource to users in othercountries. Both plain English and botanical terms (usually inbrackets) are used throughout the App to make it applicable to aswide an audience as possible. At the core of this App is aninteractive Lucid identification key to 1020 plant species that areeither significant or emerging environmental weeds in Australia. Tohelp confirm the identification of weed species the app providesover 10,000 photos and a wealth of information on each weed speciesand how to distinguish between very similar species. In many cases,links are provided to websites that have relevant information aboutthe management of specific weed species.
Federal Noxious Weeds Key 1.0.6 APK
LucidMobile
Officials in the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)have determined that certain species not native to the U.S. are atrisk of becoming invasive should they enter this country. As partof its effort to prevent the introduction of invasive orpotentially invasive weeds, the USDA maintains an official list of"federal noxious weeds" (FNW) (7 CFR 360.200 and 361.6). Many taxaon this list are currently serious weeds elsewhere in the world,and about two-thirds of the taxa are currently found in the U.S.Most of the FNW taxa are angiosperms, but a few are ferns and oneis a green alga. NOTE that the ferns and alga are not included inthis app.Fruits and seeds are the plant disseminules mostresponsible for the spread of weeds to new regions. Federal NoxiousWeed Disseminules of the U.S. Keys was developed to enable accurateidentification of FNW angiosperm disseminules. The three keys(Grasses=Poaceae; Legumes=Fabaceae; and Other Angiosperm PlantFamilies) were designed to be used by officials at U.S. portsresponsible for identification of plant pests. It may also be auseful resource for seed professionals and anyone else with aninterest in, or a need to know about, noxious weeddisseminules.Thirty-one families are currently represented on theFNW list as of 2013. Most of the taxa are individual species, buttwo are species complexes, Rubus fruticosus L. agg. and Salviniaauriculata complex (not included in the app key since an aquaticferm), and one is an infraspecific taxon (Setaria pumila (Poir.)Roem. & Schult. ssp. pallidefusca (Schumach) B. K. Simon). Notethat fact sheets for the FNW species of six genera Aeginetia,Alectra, Cuscuta, Moraea, Orobanche, Striga have been treatedtogether in their own "genus-level" fact sheets.The threeinteractive family keys include only those FNW taxa that produceseed and fruit disseminules (i.e., angiosperms). Eight taxa are notincluded in the interactive keys either because they lackangiosperm sexual reproduction altogether or they produce seed onlyrarely. One group lacking fruits and seeds are the ferns, whichreproduce via spores as well as by vegetative means. Reproductionvia vegetative disseminules is the primary means of dispersal forsome non-ferns (three angiosperms and an alga) as well. The eighttaxa not in the keys are the terrestial ferns Lygodium flexuosum(L.) Sw. and Lygodium microphyllum (Cav.) R. Br., the aquatic fernsAzolla pinnata R.Br. and the Salvinia auriculata complex, theaquatic angiosperms Hydrilla verticillata (L.f.) Royle andLagarosiphon major (Ridley) Moss, the sterile angiosperm hybridOpuntia aurantiaca Lindl., and the alga Caulerpa taxifolia (Vahl)Agardh.All photographic images were produced by the authors exceptwhere acknowledged in image captions. See FNW tool for properguidelines for use and citation of images. The majority of originalillustrations were drawn by Lesley Randall. The remainder weredrawn by Ingrid Hogle and Julia Scher. Drawings by Lynda E.Chandler are from Gunn and Ritchie (1988). Drawings by Regina O.Hughes are from Terrell and Peterson (1993) and Reed (1977).Keyauthors: Julia Scher and Deena WaltersThis key is part of acomplete FNW tool: http://itp.lucidcentral.org/id/fnw/Lucid Mobilekey developed by USDA APHIS ITP
Weeds of South East QLD and Northern NSW 1.1.6 APK
LucidMobile
Weeds of South-East Queensland and Northern NSW is anidentification and information tool covering suburban, rural,environmental and agricultural weeds. It is an invaluable resourceused by gardeners, Landcare and Bushcare volunteers, weed controlofficers, ecologists, agronomists, researchers, students, andothers interested in learning more about the weeds found inSouth-East Queensland and Northern New South Wales.The originalLucid identification key was released on CD-ROM over 12 years ago.The latest version using the Lucid Mobile platform now includes:*An identification key to over 700 weed species found inSouth-Eastern Queensland and Northern New South Wales.* A bestpractices guide to identifying weed species using the key* Factsheets with in-depth descriptions of specific weeds* Over 8,000colour photographs of weeds and diagnostic features* Informationabout plants suitable for replacing weeds* Details of Prohibitedand Restricted weeds in Queensland* Glossary of commonly usedbotanical terms* Report invasive weeds to your local council -coming soon!We thank the following Queensland councils for theirsupport of the development of this app, updating the content, andhelping make the app freely available:Brisbane City CouncilSunshineCoast CouncilGold Coast City CouncilBundaberg Regional CouncilThelatest version of the app has a much reduced storage footprint,images used in the identification tool are downloaded as required,with the option to download images to your device for use offlineor when using the app with poor network connectivity.
Palm ID Key 1.0.6 APK
LucidMobile
Palm ID Key is designed to help users identify cultivated palms.The ability to identify a palm host is an important aid to pest anddisease identification, as many diseases and pests may be hostspecific. Palm ID Key supports users that may only have a portionof a complete representative sample of a plant. This key allowsusers to identify many specimens to species, though this is notpossible in all cases, as many palms are capable of hybridizing.Theintended audience for this key is non-experts working in the fieldwithin Cooperative Agriculture Pest Survey (CAPS), National PlantDiagnostic Network (NPDN), and other national, regional, and stateagricultural agencies/organizations with responsibilitiesassociated with pest and disease survey and detection. However, thekey will be useful for anyone who manages palms in a nursery orlandscape setting. All features in the key can be used with thenaked eye or a hand lens.Information is provided for 82 commonlycultivated palm species from 48 genera, but given the difficulty ofseparating palm species and the number of hybrids among them, youmight only be able to determine the genus for a particular palm.Only adult palms (not seedlings or pre-reproductive juvenile palms)are included in the key and descriptions. The key is illustratedwith hundreds of images of species and their characteristics orfeatures. This key provides identification support for palms thatare commonly cultivated, as of 2010, in the United States(continental U.S. and Hawaii) and Caribbean Islands.Mary Andrewscontributed the image for the splash page. All otheracknowledgements are available at the URL shown below.Key author:Patti AndersonThis key is part of a complete Identifying CommonlyCultivated Palms tool : http://idtools.org/id/palms/palm-id/LucidMobile key developed by USDA APHIS ITP
FunKey: Key to Agarics 1.0.7 APK
LucidMobile
FunKey: Key to Agarics of Australia is an interactive key to thegenera and selected species of Australian agarics. The agarics,also known as mushrooms and toadstools, are not a taxonomic unit,but rather a group of convenience for macrofungi with lamellae(gills).The key covers the 112 agaric genera that are confirmedfrom Australia and utilises 115 macroscopic and microscopiccharacters (called features in the key). About half the genera arekeyed out directly, some are split into two or more groups, and ingenera with one or a few closely related species, the species orspecies group is keyed out directly. This means that FunKeyincludes a total of 159 taxa (called entities in the key).Poisonousand Edible FungiAmong the agarics are edible fungi such as FieldMushroom Agaricus campestris and Pine mushroom Lactariusdeliciosus, but also poisonous species such as Yellow-stainingmushroom Agaricus xanthodermus and the Death cap Amanita phalloides(consumption of which has caused fatalities in Australia).We do notprovide any information on toxicity or edibility in relation togenera or to species in FunKey.The only safe way to consume wildfungi is to be certain of the identification of the particularspecies and to seek information on edibility or otherwise fromreputable sources. Be aware that many species of edible fungi havereadily confusable look-a-likes, such the toxic Ghost fungusOmphalotus nidiformis for the cultivated Oyster mushroom Pleurotusostreatus and the two species of Agaricus mentioned above. Notealso that some genera contain a mix of toxic and edible species.The edibility of most native Australian fungi is unknown; indeed,many species are not yet formally named, and Australian fieldguides do not include all species (named or not).License Agreement(EULA): http://www.lucidcentral.org/licenses/lucid_mobile/
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