TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «RHIZOGENETIC»
The term «rhizogenetic» is used very little and occupies the 162.719
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «RHIZOGENETIC»
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Comparative Anatomy of the Vegetative Organs of the ...
In many Cyatheaceae and in Marsilia the longitudinal rows of endodermal cells,
which may be shortly described as rhizogenetic rows, and which, as
corresponding to the places of origin of the lateral roots, face the xylem-plates,
American journal of botany
If this hypothesis is correct, it explains why epicotyl explants without a scutellum
are less rhizogenetic than explants with a scutellum. It also explains why epicotyl
ex- plants without a scutellum do not become rhizogenetic until shoot growth is ...
The Molecular Biology of Plant Development
Responsive cell-type — ▻ Rhizogenetic ▻Subsidiary * Differentiation of chreode
f chreodes root -specific -tissue types Epigenetic system Rhizogenetic milieu Fig.
8.1 Scheme to illustrate the development and canalization of root-forming ...
Harry Smith, Donald Grierson, 1982
Plant Roots: The Hidden Half, Third Edition
B. Lateral Roots The earliest stages of lateral root initiation on a parent root (or
shoot) axis (see also Chapter 8 by Lloret and Casero in this volume) appear to
trace the same crucial rhizogenetic steps that occurred earlier in the zygotic
Yoav Waisel, Amram Eshel, Tom Beeckman, 2002
Molecular Genetics of Plant-Microbe Interactions
The phenotypes observed in the M system would thus be accounted for by two
parallel rhizogenetic pathways encoded in the T1-DNA defined respectively by
the genes removed in the A116 and the A100 deletions (collectively designated
Desh Pal S. Verma, Normand Brisson, 1987
Journal of Plant Anatomy and Morphology
(11) Pulegone and piperitone in rhizogene- sis and their quantitative relation to
the pre- rooting callus : In comparison to the pre-rhizogenetic callus, the yield of
piperitone and pulegone usually decreased or remained same in R stages, ...
Transactions - Botanical Society of Edinburgh
fibres is situated nearly, if not quite, opposite the end of the rhizogenetic
medullary ray, and sometimes in direct contact with it. As the papilla increases in
length, these fibres become curved outwards before it ; and when, owing to their
Botanical Society of Edinburgh, 1900
The collected works of Sir Humphry Davy ...: Discourses ...
In the matter of rhizogenetic capacity, the twigs of box elder compare well with
those of black poplar, and while the development is not so rapid as in the case of
willow twigs, the number of roots developed is considerably greater, one or more
John Merle Coulter, Sir Humphry Davy, John Davy, 1915
Olive Propagation Manual
These are called wound-induced roots, as the first stimulus the rhizogenetic
tissue receives is that of the wound, but roots also form through a series of
modifications in the cutting environment. The term de now-formed adventitious
roots would ...
Plant Tissue and Cell Culture
A similar wide range of odd ploidy values was found by Torrey (1967a) in long-
established Pisum calluses, and this heterogeneity was correlated at least in part
with a loss in rhizogenetic potential. Here again, 2,4-D was implicated in ...
Herbert Edward Street, 1977