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Station de Génétique et Amélioration des Plantes
... plant level, the general organisation pattern and cell differentiation are normal. At the cellular level, tonneau mutants are altered both in cell elongation and cell division. Moreover, they are strongly affected in ... question in plant cell biology like the role of the cytoskeleton in division and elongation, the function of the PPB, and more generally the importance of these cell components in ...
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Cell Biology : research groups
... nitrogen nutrition seed biology cell imaging biochemistry resource centre Plant Cell Walls Every plant cell is surrounded by a cell wall composed of polysaccharides, ... cell wall mutants. We are also interested in the mechanisms that coordinate cell wall deposition with cell expansion. presentation history acces contact research groups publications Primary cell wall and cell elongation Secondary cell ...
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Department of Biology: Plant Ecophysiology Group: People: Phd students: Sasidharan
... caryophyllaceous species, where stem elongation has been found to primarily involve cell elongation. Two ecotypes –the alpine and the prairie, show contrasting degrees of stem elongation. The alpine plants from ... a strong elongation response in both ecotypes. This then constitutes a good comparative system in which to investigate the light regulation of the molecular mechanisms of cell wall ...
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Department of Biology: Plant Ecophysiology Group: Publications: 2000
... , Bultynck L and Lambers H. Can meristematic activity determine variation in leaf size and elongation rate between four Poa species? A kinematic study. Plant Physiology. 124: 845-855. Masarovicova ... . Pons, University of Utrecht, 1 december 2000. Vriezen WH. Molecular Regulation of Submergence Induced Cell Elongation. First Promotor: Prof dr. C. Mariani and Prof dr. CWPM Blom; University of Nijmegen. ...
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Physiology of Pruning Fruit Trees
... and cytokinins) and inhibitors (auxins and abscisic acid). Promoters generally cause bud growth, cell division and elongation, and stem growth. Inhibitors are usually associated with dormancy and inhibit shoot ... lower side of a limb. The subsequent accumulation of auxin is responsible for increased cell elongation on the underside of the limb, and the growing tip bends upward. Another consequence ...
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whentomeasure
... indicates whether a plant is under moisture stress sufficient to impair physiological processes, such as cell elongation or photosynthesis. For an accurate diurnal (daily) curve, sampling should be more intensive when the ...
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interpretdata
... and more limited in their ability to grow. This is the range in which photosynthesis, cell elongation, and phloem transport become reduced, sometimes abruptly. If a plant has a PMS above 20 ...
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Table of Plant Hormone Characteristics
... normally cause a shoot meristematic cell to produce Auxin Directly or indirectly induced by high levels of Ethylene Stimulates cell elongation (Schneider, 1938) Stimulates cell division with CK Induces ... shoot Stimulates cell elongation and division (Thompson et al., 1982) just in the shoot Enhanced Ethylene production ? induced indirectly by the causation of root cell senescence Promotion of ...
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The Seed Biology Place - Seed germination
... depends on embryo growth driven by water uptake. Cell elongation is necessary and is generally accepted to be sufficient for the completion of radicle protrusion, cell division is not essential. Thus, germination is ... uptake. Testa rupture was associated with an increase in water uptake due to initial embryo elongation, which was not inhibited by ABA. Over-expression of -1,3-glucanase in the ...
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The Seed Biology Place - Seed water relations
... depends on embryo growth driven by water uptake. Cell elongation is necessary and is generally accepted to be sufficient for the completion of radicle protrusion, cell division is not essential. Thus, germination is ... uptake. Testa rupture was associated with an increase in water uptake due to initial embryo elongation, which was not inhibited by ABA. Over-expression of -1,3-glucanase in the ...
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