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Mean [+ or -] SD Scirtothrips dorsalis density on different plant organs sampled in Test 2.
The temperature change dynamics in any organ of the plant is described by the energy balance of the plant organ or any part thereof at a given moment that is in a permanent dynamic equilibrium during the sunny period of the day.
In the evaluation carried out at 120 DAP, the accumulation of DM in the plant organs, except for the petiole and absorbent roots, was significantly lower in plants under shading than under full sun (Table 2).
There was a variation in color between plant organs.
Concentrations of zinc, nickel, lead, cadmium, chromium, sodium, potassium, magnesium and calcium in filtrate were estimated in plant organs (fruit, leave, shoot and root) and soil using atomic absorption spectrophotometer (Solar ATI-UNICAM 939 1995 model).
purchase The acquisition of services consists essentially in the following works a) cleaning / unclogging sinks (domestic, storm and unit), manholes, spillways, inverted siphons, with high pressure and suction;b) inspection of video collectors;c) cleaning of wet wells (total or floating) pumping stations;d) cleaning the wastewater treatment plant organs (retention basins, grit chambers, chambers of grids, etc.
While phenotyping of aboveground plant organs is difficult and tedious, phenotyping the root system is even more cumbersome.
At the end of the experiment, eight months after transplantation, the plant material was rinsed in deionized water, and the plant organs were dried separately in an oven at 70[degrees]C for 72h.
From an evolutionary perspective, this system creates the flexibility needed for plant organs to adapt to their environment and to develop different functions.
Tori are thought to isolate air embolisms in the xylem, increasing drought tolerance, and help to maintain water flow in mature plant organs.
As plants sense and respond to signals from light and/or temperature, it is at the meristems where plant organs -- leaves or flowers -- are formed.
Appendices cover general references, a glossary with abbreviations but no pronunciation guides, botanical terms, and morphological descriptions of plant organs.
The compositions and methods of the invention may be used in a variety of agricultural systems for controlling pests, including propagating lineages of insect-resistant crops and targeting expression of these insecticidal lipases to plant organs that are particularly susceptible to infestation, such as roots and leaves.
Its libraries of gene transcripts are accessible through images of plant organs in different developmental stages.