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Synonyms for plant

Synonyms for plant

a building or complex in which an industry is located

to put (seeds) into the ground for growth


to put or keep out of sight

Synonyms for plant

(botany) a living organism lacking the power of locomotion

an actor situated in the audience whose acting is rehearsed but seems spontaneous to the audience

something planted secretly for discovery by another

put or set (seeds, seedlings, or plants) into the ground

fix or set securely or deeply

place into a river

place something or someone in a certain position in order to secretly observe or deceive

put firmly in the mind

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Caption: Figure 1--Regeneration (%) of zygotic embryos (A), shoot length (B) and number of leaves (C) of regenerated plantlets in the presence of 4.
5 mg/L NAA, which contributed to the development of strong tissue-cultured plantlets of red pitaya.
During contamination, competition for the nutrient rich media occurs between plants and microbes leading to the death of plantlets as they are fragile when grown in a controlled environment.
or wild genotypes) somatic embryogenesis [3,10,11] these reports demonstrated that the in vitro somatic embryogenesis depends on genotype and age of the callus and majority of embryos resulting from somatic embryogenesis are abnormal showing lack of shoot elongation or difficulty in forming complete plantlets.
Dry mass of normal plantlets: Ten plantlets randomly separated, after measurement, were placed in identified paper bags and taken to a forced-air oven at 65 [degrees]C for 72 h.
When compared to other treatments, the longest stem occurred in plantlets cultivated under B:R=50:50 LED light.
Further, it is recommended that the meristem derived regenerated plantlets be subjected to field trials to evaluate yield performance in the field.
In general, the enzymatic activities of SOD, CAT and PPO were higher in plantlets cultured in media containing 15 g [L.
intermedia plantlets were studied in a forest fragment at Campo Bom County, Rio Grande do SuI, Brazil (29.
Each of the little plantlets will develop into a separate plant if you pot them up.
The topics include basic procedures and techniques, the non-invasive measurement of in vitro growth of plantlets by image analysis, thermal imaging for evaluating seedling growth, chlorophyll fluorescence imaging for plant health monitoring, developments in imaging methods on plant chromosomes, and machine vision in estimating fruit crop yield.
During culturing cotyledons began to arise and grow plantlets.
Abstract: Details of investigation to evaluate the effects of the number of nodes (one two or three) of Sarcocornia fruticosa explants on growth and multiplication rate of plantlets are presented in this paper.
This allows large-scale clonal multiplication of healthy plantlets of varieties obtained by breeding, and up to 930 thousand plantlets can be obtained and weaned in one year from one single explant (DAL VESCO et al.