TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «RHIZOGENIC»
The term «rhizogenic» is barely ever used and occupies the 199.430
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «RHIZOGENIC»
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New Root Formation in Plants and Cuttings
Moreover, the appendages of stigmarian axes are anatomically similar to roots of
present-day Isoetes . However, present interpretation of palaeobotanical
evidence suggests that these rhizogenic plaques were not derived, by a
Bergey's Manual® of Systematic Bacteriology: Volume Two: The ...
The species comprises pathogenic or nonpathogenic strains, which can be
reported as tumorigenic, as a Ti strain or Ti, as rhizogenic as a Ri strain or Ri, or
as nonpathogenic strains of the species where relevant. Pathogenic strains have
George Garrity, Don J. Brenner, James T. Staley, 2006
Transactions of the American Microscopical Society
Such is normally the case; the rhizogenic arc extending from the prototracheid of
the xylem strand to the primary sieve-tube of the phloem strand, thus being
placed directly in front of the mesenchym. In some cases, however, one-half of
American Microscopical Society, 1899
Microfacies of Carbonate Rocks: Analysis, Interpretation and ...
'Rhizogenic calcretes' produced by calcification associated with plant roots occur
in the fluvial sequences of floodplains (Wright et al. 1995), palustrine and lake
margin areas with relatively high water-tables, on subaerially exposed marine ...
Plant Cell and Tissue Culture - A Tool in Biotechnology: ...
EMBRYOGENIC AREA RHIZOGENIC AREA CAULOGENIC AREA a) growth of
cytoplasm and cell division (12 days) a) growth of cytoplasm and cell division (2
days) a) growthof cytoplasm and celldivision(5 days) b) tetraoidal stage (14 days)
Karl-Hermann Neumann, Ashwani Kumar, Jafargholi Imani, 2009
Plant Roots: The Hidden Half, Fourth Edition
This GM cell layer may be referred to as a shoot pericycle by analogy with the
root pericycle in terms ofposition (inner to the endodermis and outer to vascular
tissues of the stem) and function (rhizogenic capacity). The analogy between the
Amram Eshel, Tom Beeckman, 2013
Plant Tissue Culture: Applications and Limitations
Rhizogenic tumors incited by the tmr mutant retained their rhizogenicity in vitro.
Roots that regenerated from these cultured tumors produced octopine and were
capable of indefinite growth on medium devoid of hormones——traits not ...
European Handbook of Plant Diseases
To indicate the phytopathogenic effect of strains within each species the terms
tumorigenic state, rhizogenic state and saprophytic state were proposed.
Unfortunately, this solution cannot be effected at present because of
I. M. Smith, J. Dunez, D. H. Phillips, 2009
Biotechnological Production of Plant Secondary Metabolites
In Mecardonia tenella, the nodal segments formed rhizogenic calli when they
were exposed to high ratios of NAA:BAP, whereas decreases in this ratio induced
the formation of shoots. In contrast, ANA and BAP added in the same proportion ...
High-Tech and Micropropagation VI
(^M) (mM) Rhizogenic No. of Rhizogenic No. of Rhizogenic No. of explants roots
explants roots explants roots (%) explant ' (%) explant ' (%) explant ' 0.0 0.00 0
0.0() g 0 0.00 h 0 0.00 g 0.0 0.01 0 0.00 g 0 0.00 h 0 0.0() g 0.0 0.10 0 0.00 g 0 ...