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inducer

[in′dü·sər]
(embryology)
The cell group that functions as the acting system in embryonic induction by controlling the mode of development of the reacting system. Also known as inductor.

inducer

inducer
Rotating inlet guide vanes installed on the center of a centrifugal compressor to pick up the inlet air and direct it at the correct angle into the impeller blades.
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The experimental design the field for the application of resistance inducers was in complete randomized blocks, with five repetitions, three plants per plot, by evaluating the central plant, in unifactorial scheme.
On the other hand, Mound and Morris (2000) studied kleptoparasitic thrips of other gall-inducing thrips and reported that the kleptopara sites killed the gall inducers; this was not the case for inquiline thrips that do not disturb the inducer.
cerebrospinal fluid, and led to derivation of oligodendrocytes compared to previous research studies using only chemical inducers (23,24).
Despite this apparent dependency on the father, the patient was the inducer. For many years, she was reliant on the father for many things.
Efficiency of all carrier materials was calculated after measuring agro-economic traits and the best carrier material was evaluated according to Shazia et al., (2015).Moreover, correlations among carrier materials, inducers, DS and agroeconomic traits were also determined by calculating homoscedasticity.
Present research emphasized (i) evaluation of four different inducer lines for in-vivo maternal haploid induction and (ii) effectiveness of chromosome doubling with colchicine and pendimethalin herbicide treatments.
Combinations of inducers provide interpotentiation and accelerate platelet aggregation, resulting in its faster appearance, twice as fast compared to the individual inducers (Table 1).
These nutrients serve as inducers to energize the production of enzyme (Vassil et.
Aliphatic sulforaphane acts as a monofunctional inducer, whereas the indole ITCs from mature broccoli are bifunctional inducers derived from the glucosinolate, glucobrassicin [49].
Equation (20) allows us to compute new [[DELTA]J sources corresponding to a configuration where the sources due to the inducers have vanished.
They opined that papillomatosis is noticed commonly in immune deficient animals and supplementation of immunomodulators will further found that the use of paraimmunity inducer along with autogenous vaccination enhanced the faster recovery.