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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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(2008), with cultivars of Dieffenbanchia for example, verified that the effect on the type of explant used in the indirect formation of shoots would be the difference of the existence of competent organogenic or embryogenic cells, together with the type and the concentration of growth regulators.
Our microscopic study revealed two primary signals on the sand grains in the organogenic sediments of Lake Jaczno, which are strongly related both to the processes in the lake and its catchment likely before ca 10 700 cal yr BP.
indica callus cultures such as the embryogenic, organogenic, rhizogenic and non-embryogenic callus lines were obtained successfully, especially in cotyledons.
Effect of nanoparticles on biological contamination of in vitro cultures and organogenic regeneration of banana.
PITX2 is involved in pituitary-specific gene regulation and left-right patterning during embryonic and organogenic development [58, 59].
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(1999) Organogenic role of B lymphocytes in mucosal immunity.
Yellow friable calli are also considered organogenic and, according to Arunyanart and Chaitrayagun (2005), translucent yellowish parts indicate their embryogenic potential.
The highest values of As, Mn, Zn are also in this section which consists of organogenic sediments.
All these evidences lead us to conclude that maternal diabetes hyperglycemia preceding embryo implantation exerted its action on neural crest precursor cells at the beginning of the organogenic period disturbing proliferation and/or cell migration.