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The biological action of growth substances
Society for Experimental Biology (Great Britain)
1957 by Published for the Company of Biologists on behalf of the Society for Experimental Biology [by] Academic Press in New York .
Written in English
|Series||Symposia of the Society for Experimental Biology, no. 11, Symposia of the Society for Experimental Biology -- no. 11|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 344 p.|
|Number of Pages||344|
|LC Control Number||57007371|
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Gregory and J.A. Veale --The physiological action and biological importance of germination inhibitors / by Michael Evenari --Auxin and the mechanism of root growth / by Hans Burström --Hormonal aspects of fruit development in higher plants / by L.C. Luckwill --The perception of the.
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Hillman. Zenk, M. “The action of light on the metabolism of auxin in relation to phototropism”. In Biochemistry and Physiology of Plant Growth Substances, eds., F.
Wightman and G. Setterfield, Runge Press, Ottawa, pp. – Google Scholar. Although the growth substances has been shown to be non-specific, we have limited ourselves in this work to consideration of the phenomena occuring in Avena coleoptiles. In these coleoptiles, at the age used for experiment, cell divisions do not occur, and growth takes place by extension only.
this book and the countless hours spent preparing figures, editing, CHEMISTRY, BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS, AND MECHANISM OF ACTION OF PLANT GROWTH SUBSTANCES Auxins growth substances promotes, inhibits, or otherwise has no effect on a specific plant process.
Although there is a great deal of variation in the literature some. biological processes of the plant above and below the ground.
Plant growth substances have key role in different physiological processes related to growth and development of crops. It is obvious that changes in the level of Hormones usually move within plant from a site of production to site of action.
They show high biological activity; however, there is still a long way to go into pectin action mechanism research. The current review can provide a guide to the development of new non-toxic industrial drugs on the basis of the ability of pectins to cure.
Michael H. Beale, in New Comprehensive Biochemistry, General considerations. All of the plant growth substances are low molecular weight haptens. Thus, in order to elicit a good anti-hapten response from mammalian immune systems it is necessary to immunise with synthetic conjugates of plant hormones with high molecular weight carriers, usually proteins such as bovine serum albumin.
This book, with over references, is an excellent pharmacology text for the student who is looking to broaden his/her strengths prior to the exam.
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However, due to their low solubility in aqueous phases, their higher instability in food products during processing and preparation as well as their low bioavailability.
ADAMSON, D., VERONICA, H.K. LOW and HEATHER ADAMSON (). Transitions between different phases of growth in cells from etiolated pea stems, Jerusalem artichoke tubers and wheat coleoptiles.
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IGFs were discovered when investigators began studying the effects of biological substances on cells and tissues outside the body. The name insulin-like growth factor reflects the fact. Plant hormones are a group of naturally occurring, organic substances which influence physiological processes at low concentrations.
The processes influenced consist mainly of growth. These chemicals substances are called Plant Growth Regulators and are produced naturally by the plants itself. These are simple organic molecules having several chemical compositions. They are also described as phytohormones, plant growth substances, or plant growth hormones.
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Occurrence and chemical nature; and 4. Biological effects and mechanism of action - the last topic being very weak, but that is not the author's fault!One unsatisfactory feature of growth substance work today is echoed in the book only too faithfully - the 'class' of 'inhibitors'.
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diverse substances produced in minute quantity and they involve in most of the plant cell activities. They regulate the growth process both by promoting and inhibiting growth.
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