growth regulator


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Related to growth regulator: Plant growth regulator
  • noun

Synonyms for growth regulator

(botany) a plant product that acts like a hormone

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com/research/fjlrgj/plant_growth) has announced the addition of the "Plant Growth Regulators Market - Global Trends & Forecast to 2020" report to their offering.
Fleas and ticks are known for spreading disease so to avoid infestation Family Pest Control uses insect growth regulators to prevent over-wintering eggs from developing.
The experiments in an in-vitro condition were carried in a completely randomized design with 4 plant growth regulator and 3 replications.
GJ: We're set to launch Blush plant growth regulator into the fruit market pending EPA registration.
Concentration of the growth regulator derived from willow is usually weak.
It is all part of a three-and-a-half-year project funded by the HGCA and Seerad, the Scottish Executive Environment and Rural Affairs Department, which is designed to provide growth benchmarks and targets for growing winter barley and provide information on seed, nitrogen, plant growth regulator and fungicide inputs.
A team of researchers has found that the gene Runx3 is a major growth regulator of gastric epithelial cells and that its improper functioning is causally related to the genesis and progression of human gastric cancer, according to a report in the U.
This study was performed to monitor the metamorphosis of Bufo valliceps from roadside ditches treated with a mosquito larvicide containing methoprene, an insect growth regulator (IGR), to determine if this chemical is a cause of anuran malformations in the field.
Public trees will be protected by filling tree cavities with an experimental foam and chemical repellent, thus blocking the insects' entry Currently local arborists use a growth regulator bait that prevents termites from molting and maturing.
FOOD campaigners are demanding new safety checks after banned growth regulator chlormequat was found in pears.
Domestic apples have more than 65 percent as much pesticide contamination as strawberries, and that's after the heavily publicized 1980s battle that banned use of the carcinogenic growth regulator Alar.
Engler's year-old federal lawsuit appears to be the biggest test yet of so-called ``veggie libel'' laws, which sprouted after a ``60 Minutes'' report in 1989 on the growth regulator Alar sent apple prices plummeting.
Environmental Protection Agency has granted registration approval for PoMaxa(TM) Plant Growth Regulator (PGR).
A number of natural substances do same as auxin activity, but indoleacetic acid (IAA) is the first extracted and well-known growth regulator [5].