phytohormone


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Synonyms for phytohormone

(botany) a plant product that acts like a hormone

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Phytohormone signaling pathways play a key role in wheat stem development: Phytohormones can regulate the plant stem height.
This includes gene involved in transcription and regulatory factors, osmotic adjustment, phytohormone and oxidative stress related, molecular chaperones, transporters, and various metabolic genes.
Deviations from standard germination parameters may result from physiological processes in the seed that are affected by phytotoxins, the most reported being the suppression of enzyme activities and / or phytohormones related to the hydrolysis of the reserve materials of the embryo at the beginning of development (SINGH et al.
14] has examined the effect of phytohormones on this species in vitro for propagation, their method yielded low number of shoots and cannot be recommended for large-scale production and cultivation.
The phytohormone IAA was assayed using ELISA kits (Phytodetek, Agdia Inc, Elkhart, IN, USA).
Imayavaramban, 2001, "Use of Biofertilizer, phytohormone and zinc as a cost effective agrotecnique for increasing sesame productivity," Sesame and Safflower Newsletter, 16, pp.
As a consequence, there is an accumulation of a phytohormone called 3-indol-acetic acid, which undergoes further reactions in the wine.
Quebec researchers have shown that both products contain equally important quantities of terpenes, in particular, abscisic acid, a phytohormone.
New from REN is its Sirtuin Phytohormone Replenishing Cream (pounds 40) aiming to combat the signs of ageing caused by hormonal change with its blend of phytohormones derived from wild yam.
In the rhizosphere, microbial phytohormone production can stimulate root branching (Patten and Glick 2002).
Photoperiodic control of growth, development and phytohormone balance in Solanum tuberosum.
During the culturing, regulatory effects of different phytohormone combinations on organ differentiation and development were significantly different.
Our specific aims during the LUSH SPIKE project are to: (i) discover quantitative trait loci (QTL) for spikelet survival and grain number per spike and validate these QTL in bi-parental doubled-haploid mapping populations, (ii) isolate and functionally characterize Mendelized QTL using a map-based approach, (iii) reveal gene regulatory networks determining spikelet survival during the critical spike growth period from AP to heading, and (iv) elucidate spatio-temporal patterns of metabolite and phytohormone distributions in spike and spikelet sections during the critical growth period, using mass spectrometric imaging.