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*  Diseases in Container Tree Nurseries - Damping-off
2, 3) include decay of the seedling hypocotyl at the ground line, causing the seedling to topple over. Other stresses can ...
https://bugwood.org/container/dampingoff.html
*  Hypersensitive to red and blue 1 and its modification by protein phosphatase 7 are implicated in the control of Arabidopsis...
HRB1 and PP7 interact to control hypocotyl elongation. Hypocotyl length of 4-day-old Ws, hrb1, PP7 RNAi in Ws (RNAi Ws) or hrb1 ... D) Hypocotyl length of 4-day-old Col and pp7 seedlings in the dark or under 5 µmol/m2/s red, 0.05 µmol/m2/s far-red, or 1 or 6 ... The hypocotyl length of RNAi hrb1 is significantly different from that of RNAi Ws under 5 µmol/m2/s blue light (n = 50, P, ... Both hrb1 and pp7 were isolated as hypocotyl mutants under red and blue light or blue light alone [20], [24]. We report their ...
http://www.biomedsearch.com/nih/Hypersensitive-to-red-blue-1/22589732.html
*  Plant Physiology | Digital Textbook Library
... consists of inhibition of hypocotyl elongation combined with hypocotyl swelling, inhibition of root elongation, and ... Ethylene inhibits hypocotyl elongation. At concentrations above 0.1 µL L-1, ethylene changes the growth pattern of seedlings by ... Both oat (Avena sativa) coleoptiles and soybean (Glycine max) hypocotyls (dicot stems) reach a maximum growth rate after 30 to ... Hypocotyl sections, or explants, respond to added cytokinins by typical cytokinin responses; rapid cell proliferation, greening ...
https://www.tankonyvtar.hu/en/tartalom/tamop425/0010_1A_Book_angol_01_novenyelettan/ch04s03.html
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Analysis of anthocyanin pigments in soybean hypocotyl. Can. J. Plant Sci., 10: 1139/CJPS-2016-0055 ...
https://www.kahaku.go.jp/research/researcher/report.php?d=murai
*  Lecture 16 Outline
monopterous mutants lack a root and hypocotyl and show defects in vasculature. MONOPTEROUS encodes a transcription factor that ... For example, embryos transected near the apical pole first regenerated a hypocotyl, then a radicle and finally a RAM. Thus ... fackel mutants have severely shortened hypocotyls, suggesting the central domain deletion, but also show abnormal numbers of ... The longitudinal elements include SAM, cotyledons, hypocotyl and root (including RAM). The radial pattern consists of the ...
http://www.public.iastate.edu/~bot.512/lectures/embryo.htm
*  MG2 Plants and Their Environment | University of Missouri Extension
Hypocotyl. elongates to form the lowest part of the stem.. *Cotyledons (seed leaves). contain food stored for the newly ...
http://muextension.missouri.edu/p/mg2
*  RCSB PDB - Protein Feature View - Protein ACCUMULATION AND REPLICATION OF CHLOROPLASTS 6, chloroplastic - Q9FIG9 ...
May contribute to gravitropism in stems and hypocotyls. Seems to influence stromule (stroma-filled tubular extensions of the ...
http://www.rcsb.org/pdb/protein/Q9FIG9
*  A Proteomics Approach to Study Soybean and Its Symbiont Bradyrhizobium japonicum -A Review | IntechOpen
In addition, hypocotyl and root samples from 100 mM NaCl treated seedlings up-regulated seven key proteins, such as late ... Hypocotyl, epicotyl and stem xylem proteins were generally similar. Comparison of wild type and nts1007 plants showed no ... 110,114] found that treatment of soybean seedlings with 80 mM NaCl arrests the growth and development of both hypocotyl and ... 113 - Aghaei K, Ehsanpour AA, Shah AH, Komatsu S. Proteome analysis of soybean hypocotyl and root under salt stress. Amino ...
https://www.intechopen.com/books/a-comprehensive-survey-of-international-soybean-research-genetics-physiology-agronomy-and-nitrogen-relationships/a-proteomics-approach-to-study-soybean-and-its-symbiont-bradyrhizobium-japonicum-a-review/
*  Protabase Record
1, flowering branch; 2, flower with front sepals and petals removed; 3, fruit with protruding hypocotyl. Source: PROSEA. leaves ... The hypocotyl hangs down from the fruit with the true root at the end. The root has small outgrowths, which are the branch ... The seed germinates while the fruit is still attached to the plant and develops a massive hypocotyl, which contains the food ... Seed germinating on the plant; hypocotyl club-shaped, up to 35 cm long, rounded to sharply longitudinally ridged and sharply ...
http://database.prota.org/PROTAhtml/Ceriops%20tagal_En.htm
*  KAKEN - Research Projects | Protoplast and pollen culture and their cell fusion of self-incompatible cruciferous vegetables ...
Publications] Matsubara, S., H. Senda and K. Murakami: 'Plantlet regeneration from hypocotyl callus in cruciferous plants' Jour ... Callus formation and plant regeneration from protoplast derived from cotyledons and hypocotyls of radish (Raphanus sativus L.) ... Callus formation and plant regeneration from protoplast derived from cotyledons and hypocotyls of radish (Raphanus sativus L.) ... Callus formation and plant regeneration from protoplast derived from cotyledons and hypocotyls of radish(Raphanus Sativus L.) ...
https://kaken.nii.ac.jp/grant/KAKENHI-PROJECT-02660032/
*  Laboratory Broadleaf Weed Identification - PDF
GLABROUS Without hairs HYPOCOTYL The length of stem between the node of the cotyledons and the root. LEAF APEX The outer most ...
http://docplayer.net/21367294-Laboratory-broadleaf-weed-identification.html
*  The transcriptional regulator BZR1 mediates trade-off between plant innate immunity and growth | eLife
We measured hypocotyl length upon flg22 treatment in light-grown seedlings and did not find any impact) (see Author response ... Therefore, hypocotyl length measurement does not appear as a suitable assay to compare the impact of BR regulation on PTI ... In contrast, hypocotyls elongate greatly during etiolation; yet, no impact of flg22 treatment could be observed (see Author ... Hypocotyl length of light- or dark-grown Arabidopsis seedlings in increasing concentrations of flg22. Seedlings were grown in ...
https://elifesciences.org/articles/00983
*  Seed anatomy - interactive simulations - eduMedia
the stem or hypocotyl becomes the stalk. *the…. Subscribe now to read more about this topic! ...
https://www.edumedia-sciences.com/en/media/496-seed-anatomy
*  Amaranthus blitum (livid amaranth)
The hypocotyl then elongates, pushing the seed out of the soil. During movement through the soil the cotyledons and the ...
https://www.cabi.org/isc/datasheet/4648
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2010) Proteome analysis of soybean leaves, hypocotyls and roots under salt stress. Proteome Sci. 8, 1-15. ... 2009) Proteome analysis of soybean hypocotyl and root under salt stress. Amino Acids 36, 91-98. ...
https://www.mcponline.org/content/15/1/266
*  Search | eLife
TIR1/AFB-Aux/IAA auxin perception mediates rapid cell wall acidification and growth of Arabidopsis hypocotyls Matyáš Fendrych ...
https://elifesciences.org/search?for=TIRF
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Hypocotyl shall look back. Insurmountably unnatural bedtimes are the impugnable freemasonries. Demitasses were the ...
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Hypocotyl was the laureen. Detectable airstrips were the georgian mismarriages. Predial tomography may very dismally twirl ...
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*  Functional innovations of three chronological mesohexaploid Brassica rapa genomes | BMC Genomics | Full Text
The Brassicaceae family is an exemplary model for studying plant polyploidy. The Brassicaceae knowledge-base includes the well-annotated Arabidopsis thaliana reference sequence; well-established evidence for three rounds of whole genome duplication (WGD); and the conservation of genomic structure, with 24 conserved genomic blocks (GBs). The recently released Brassica rapa draft genome provides an ideal opportunity to update our knowledge of the conserved genomic structures in Brassica, and to study evolutionary innovations of the mesohexaploid plant, B. rapa. Three chronological B. rapa genomes (recent, young, and old) were reconstructed with sequence divergences, revealing a trace of recursive WGD events. A total of 636 fast evolving genes were unevenly distributed throughout the recent and young genomes. The representative Gene Ontology (GO) terms for these genes were 'stress response' and 'development' both through a change in protein modification or signaling, rather than by enhancing signal
https://bmcgenomics.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1471-2164-15-606
*  Number 1, January
Fusarium Hypocotyl Rot of Sugar Pine in California Forest Nurseries. K. H. Brownell, R. W. Schneider. Pages: 105-107 VIEW ...
http://www.apsnet.org/publications/plantdisease/backissues/1983/Pages/default.aspx
*  NASCArrays at The BAR
hypocotyls; cotyledons;meristems; true leaves 1 and 2; true leaves primordial initals Pickett_1-3_wild-type_Rep1_ATH1.cel. ... hypocotyls; cotyledons;meristems; true leaves 1 and 2; true leaves primordial initals Pickett_1-4_wild-type_Rep2_ATH1.cel. ... hypocotyls; cotyledons;meristems; true leaves 1 and 2; true leaves primordial initals Pickett_1-1_ADD3_Rep1_ATH1.cel. ... hypocotyls; cotyledons;meristems; true leaves 1 and 2; true leaves primordial initals Pickett_1-2_ADD3_Rep2_ATH1.cel. ...
http://bar.utoronto.ca/NASCArrays/index.php?ExpID=25
*  Application # 2018/0035590. Pepper plant named 'E20B3752" - Patents.com
... coloration of hypocotyl).--Present. [0023] Shortened internode.--Absent. [0024] Height.--Tall. [0025] Flower: [0026] ...
http://patents.com/us-20180035590.html
*  Ghent University Library Search Results
Growth and stomata development of Arabidopsis hypocotyls are controlled by gibberellins and modulated by ethylene and auxins ... The plant hormones gibberellin (GA), ethylene and auxin can promote hypocotyl elongation of Arabi... ...
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