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apical dominance

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Doug's Way With Roses: July-August, 1999
... pruning (how much of the cane is removed) also affects the time to maturity as apical dominance of the primary bud at the cut comes into play. Anyway, enjoy your roses and ...
carolinadistrict.org

Rose Exchange: Lozza ! Help
... them at 45 degrees as you said to me in a previous post. Something about apical dominance. I do listen. Lozza. The grey you see is just the flash reflecting off the ...
roseexchange.biz

Institute of Plant Physiology - Sofia
... -Toteva, Elena Yakimova. Effect of purine and phenylurea cytokinins on peroxidase activity in relation to apical dominance of in vitro cultivated Rosa hybrida L. 40 PDF Petranka Yonova, Elena Guleva, Ekaterina Zozikova ...
www.bio21.bas.bg

Botany online: Growth - Differentiation - Pattern Formation - Long Distance Transport
... that of plants can be arbitrarily interrupted. Its developmental pace remains variable. Plants grow by apical growth, which means that usually only the cells of the meristems at the periphery ... of plants shows that the activities of the single growing points are tuned during growth (apical dominance). We know a number of the rules that determine growth and differentiation processes. The development ...
www.biologie.uni-hamburg.de

OSU PCMB - Dr. Morris Cline's Profile
... 1997. Concepts and terminology of apical dominance. American Journal of Botany 84:1064-1069. Cline, M.G., T. Wessel and H. Iwamura. 1997. Cytokinin/auxin control of apical dominance in Ipomea nil. Plant Cell Physiology 38: 659-667. Cline, M.G. and D. Deppong (1999) The role of apical dominance in paradormancy of temperate woody ...
www.biosci.ohio-state.edu

Pruning Grapevines in Michigan
... developed to provide an inexpensive method of reducing spring freeze damage. This procedure utilizes the apical dominance of buds on the cane. That is, the first buds on a cane to begin ...
www.canr.msu.edu

Pruning and Pinching
... two things: 1) it shortens the branch. 2) it releases the buds behind it, interrupting apical dominance. The buds are held from opening by the release of a hormone (auxin) manufactured by ...
www.evergreengardenworks.com

Questions On Cottonwood
... -mail reference) A: Yes, pruning the tip will cause the tree to lose the strong apical dominance that it is now exhibiting, giving the lateral branches an opportunity to grow and spread ...
www.ext.nodak.edu

Physiology of Pruning Fruit Trees
... commence when trees are exposed to warm temperatures. Apical dominance is a type of para-dormancy, where axillary bud growth is inhibited in the apical meristematic zone. Axillary buds on fruit trees typically remain dormant for a prolonged period while the main shoot continues to grow. Apical dominance has been studied ...
www.ext.vt.edu

Together with Gun L÷vdahl, Rishikesh Bhalerao, Karin Ljung we involved in several Goran Sandberg`s projects:
... other hand the birch is a traditional woody object in the receach of growth and apical dominance, and the constraction of transgenic plants expressing iaaH, iaaM and ipt genes is very ... APEX Traditional research has been made in the development of shoot apical meristem and phyllotaxis New project should be connected the apical development with auxin pool: Microsurgical isolation of different parts ...
www.genfys.slu.se




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