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to call forth or bring out (something latent, hidden, or unexpressed)

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Individual differences in sensitivity to disgust: A scale sampling seven domains of disgust elicitors.
Elicitors are chemical, physical, or biological products or stimuli that are able to induce morphological or physiological alterations in organisms (Vasconsuelo & Booland, 2007).
This review aims to demonstrate the necessity for a new recipe or "cocktail" of plant nutrients based on EEs and NEEs, and elicitors apply to achieve both a high yield and crops nutraceutical quality.
Foliar applications of elicitors were made using a hand-held spray bottle with a volume of 4 ml applied per plant.
In this process, polymers of n-acetilglucosamina and [beta]-1,3 glucan, from the degraded cell wall of fungi or bacteria by these enzymes can act as elicitors and activate other defense mechanisms (COSTA et al.
Zhao I, Zhou L, Wu J (2010) Effects of biotic and abiotic elicitors on cell growth and tanshinone accumulation in Salvia miltiorrhiza cell cultures.
asiatica using elicitors Chemical 4 Malaysia Zainol et profiling of al.
Among these technologies is the use of certified seeds, bio-stimulants and elicitors, and efficient use of fertilizers and water were targeted to increase productivity by 10 percent while reducing production cost by 5 percent.
Shetty, "L-DOPA and total phenolic stimulation in dark germinated fava bean in response to peptide and phytochemical elicitors," Process Biochemistry, vol.
Therefore, there does not seem to be a correlation between the frequency of CCs and the degree of student participation, suggesting that CCs, while opening up a space for interaction, do not function as elicitors proper seeking a response from students.
Phenolics, their antioxidant and antimicrobial activity in dark germinated fenugreek sprouts in response to peptide and phytochemical elicitors.
Basic disgust responses--as measured by behavioral avoidance, facial expression and self-report--appear to develop at around 2-3 years for core disgust elicitors (e.
Furthermore, induced resistance elicitors may be responsible for the observed biological control because antibiosis at either temperature displayed similar results (p < 0.
Effects of plant growth regulators and elicitors on production of secondary metabolites in shoot cultures of Hypericum hirsutum and Hypericum maculatura.