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produce buds, branches, or germinate

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SEEDS want light and heat to germinate so either a heated propagator or nice sunny windowsill are the best spots.
diff spores to the contents in order to find out how the bacterium may germinate and grow in an actual gut environment.
The hydrated seeds were spread between two moist muslin cloths over a metal tray and were allowed to germinate for 24 h at 25 C [12].
After 12 hours, water was drained; the bean samples were allowed to germinate under a wet cheese cloth for four days.
The application of exogenous ABA is related to the accumulation of reserve protein transcripts in seeds that germinate precociously (REN; BEWLEY, 1999), the routes of translation that increase desiccation tolerance (BECKETT et al.
To improve the control of botulinum neurotoxin-forming clostridia, it is imperative to comprehend the mechanisms by which these spores germinate.
The experimental result presented in Figure 1 showed that the OPR system prolonged germinate time.
Beets, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, Swiss chard, eggplant, pumpkin, squash, tomato, turnip and watermelon each can be expected to germinate after four years if stored under favorable conditions.
However, they said that in this case it doesn't germinate it just stays as spores packed in the body, in the gut, of the insect where it causes stress which activates a number of genes which trigger a whole range of responses leading to the death of the insect.
Following Swaine & Whitmore (1988), seeds of pioneer species can only germinate in forest clearings or open areas, where the sunlight reaches the ground at least in part of the day.
Ben Piper, Manchester CAROL: The pips of most citrus fruit are reasonably easy to germinate.
It took almost a month to successfully get the seeds germinate, but after understanding their specific requirements, they could be germinated in four days," Dr Al Rawahy added.
Seed dispersal in tropical rainforest is complicated by the lack of space for seeds to germinate and the paucity of wind to spread them around.