brassin

brassin

[′bra·sən]
(biochemistry)
Any of a class of plant hormones characterized as long-chain fatty-acid esters; brassins act to induce both cell elongation and cell division in leaves and stems.
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5% red ale, and Brassin d'Hiver, an 8% dark winter beer.
Du Maurier's drawing of Brassin shows him with decidedly Nordic features and Brassin knew nothing of hypnotism.
Unlike the drawing of Brassin, Du Maurier drew Moscheles with a hooked nose, often with a smirk, and if not as negatively a Jewish stereotype as Svengali, somewhat in that direction.
Hawkins: L Brandram, Rosina: L (10) Brandt, Marianne: L (2) Brandus: D (2) Branzell, Karin: L Brassin, Leopold: L Braun, Carl: L Breithaupt, Rudolf Maria: L Breitner, Ludwig: L (4) Brema, Marie: L (2) Brendel, Karl Franz: L Brenet, Michel: L Brenner, Ludwig von: L Brentano, Bettina: MSS (3) Breslaur, Emil: L Breton, Tomas: L Breval, Lucienne: L Breville, Pierre de: L, MS Brewer, Sir Herbert: L (6), MS Bridge, Sir Frederick: L (7), MS Bridge, Joseph C.
Mitchell and Gregory showed that brassins can promote rapid growth (Figure 10-24).