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TEP
... I leave the subject of stress, I should say that secondary stress is caused when substances and conditions essential for life are at extremes; too little, too much. These secondary stress problems can usually be ... some brief comments about what should be done. First aid for stress means keeping the tree safe and stopping the stress agents. Keeping it safe could mean removing the target, bracing the ...
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What's in a (Botanical) Name?
... sometimes desirable to not only indicate the syllable that receives the primary stress but also a syllable which takes a secondary stress. For example in the following binomial "Carpentaria acuminata [kahr-pen- ... name), "acuminata," is somewhat difficult to understand and execute if the syllable receiving a secondary stress is not indicated; one needs it to find a "rhythm" for the pronunciation in ...
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Department of Plant Biology - Facilities
... , New York - London 1995 Reading Room QH224H36 Pell, Eva J. Active Oxygen/Oxidative Stress and Plant Metabolism - Current Topics in Plant Physiology, Vol. 6 American Society of ... , Jerusalem John Wiley & Sons New York, Toronto 1976 Row 1 GB611P4713 Petrusewicz, K. Secondary Productivity of Terrestrial Ecosystems (Principles and Methods), Vol 1 Panstwowe wydawnictwo naukowe, Warszawa ...
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Backyard Sugarcane
... such as near a building or a wall will have reduced plant growth. Periods of stress, including too much or too little moisture, temperatures below 70F, and soil fertility and ... located 5 to 8 inches underground) will sprout, forming secondary shoots. These in turn will form buds that produce tertiary shoots. These secondary and tertiary shoots are called tillers, and the primary ...
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... parts and processes that have a predetermined end point - product, service. Stress - A condition where a system, or its parts, begins to ... and disruption of a system due to operation beyond the limits of stress. Vigor - The capacity to resist strain; a genetic factor, a ... The tree's architecture A tree is a central beam with secondary lateral beams called branches and twigs. The tree is unique as ...
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Can't Get You Out of My Head
... your lifetime. Stress leads to a compromised immune system, and "dis- ease." It is very important to focus on relieving stress during these times. Herbs should rightly play a secondary role to a lifestyle that relieves stress: proper diet which could include gentle nutritive herbs ...
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Backyard Orchard Glossary
... phloem of most vascular plants that gives rise to new cells and is responsible for secondary growth. Cane The woody stem of a rose or a berry plant, it can also ... it's the process that increases plants ability to survive the impact of unfavorable environmental stress. Water, nitrogen, other practices can affect this process Heading Back A type of pruning cut ...
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HortNews- March 2005
... . Also remove weak, thin-diameter canes leaving only the most healthy, vigorous canes. Cut lateral (secondary) branches back to 8-10 buds and shape the plant as desired. 5. Pruning Hybrid ... be pruned to maintain a safe clearance from wires. These pruned trees are under greater stress and are more susceptible to insects and disease. Tree roots and underground lines often co ...
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Blossom End Rot
... rot of tomatoes is a common problem. It occurs under conditions of high plant water stress and heavy fruit load. The first sign is a small, water-soaked area around the ... and the area becomes sunken and leather-like. This depressed area may become infected with secondary pathogens. Early fruits on the plant may have blossom end rot, while those that develop ...
hortparadise.unl.edu
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lilac_care
... throughout the soil. The advantage is that there will be no stress on the plant when it is planted. Also it will flower ... inches below the frost as quick as possible. This will permit the secondary buds below bark level to become stimulated and grow. You will ... bloom. Mulching lilacs is also important. Using mulch helps reduce the heat stress lilacs have in the summer and will hold water better for ...
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