triple response


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triple response

[′trip·əl ri′späns]
(physiology)
The three stages of vasomotor reaction consisting of reddening, flushing of adjacent skin, and development of wheals, when a pointed instrument is drawn heavily across the skin.
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To confirm the ACC-deaminase activity of selected rhizobacteria, classical triple response bioassay was performed with pea seeds (Shaharoona et al.
The triple response was the first bioassay used to quantify ethylene and consisted of the following:
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