organogenic


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organogenic

[ȯr¦gan·ə¦jen·ik]
(geology)
Property of a rock or sediment derived from organic substances.
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Effect of different concentrations and types of [beta]-lactams on embryogenic and organogenic rates, after three weeks of callus culture on regeneration medium.
Generally, organogenic differentiation is considered a useful method in achieving a high frequency of shoot regeneration within a short period of time.
In vitro morphogenesis of organogenic nodules derived from Sclerocarya birrea subsp.
In order to promote organogenic response, nodes, petioles, internodes and leaf explants were treated with [alpha]-Naphthaleneacetic acid (NAA) at 1.
The meristematic organization of these ruderal stem has high mitotic activity characterized by organogenic active phase (HALLE ET AL.
During the organogenic phase of both blastogenesis and embryogenesis, Bs-pitx expression patterns were found in the stomodeum/neural complex and in the digestive tract (Tiozzo et al, 2005; Tiozzo and De Tomaso, 2009).
The organogenic activity at the leaf margins is preserved by two different pathways in seed plants which possibly reflects multiple independent origins of compound leaves.
Direct and indirect shoot organogenic pathways in epicotyl cuttings of Troyer citrange differ in hormone requirements and in their response to light.
Determining of permeability to water organogenic and clayey soils, Land Reclamation And Water Economy, No.
Shale" means something akin to clay a so this is gas from clay organogenic rocks.