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*  Floral scent
Plant leaves attacked by herbivores emit new VOCs in response to the attack, the so-called herbivore-induced plant volatiles ( ... Floral scent emissions also vary along floral development, with highest emissions at anthesis, i.e. when the flower is fecund, ... However, these plant defenses are also used by herbivores themselves to locate a plant resource, similarly to pollinators ... an individual plant, a flower of the individual plant, and the distance of the plume from the source. To make the best use of ...
*  Plant development
... is the process by which structures originate and mature as a plant grows. It is studied in plant anatomy and ... Plant growth and development are mediated by specific plant hormones and plant growth regulators (PGRs) (Ross et al. 1983). ... Leopold, A. C. Plant Growth and Development, page 183. (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1964). Brand, U; Hobe, M; Simon, R (2001). " ... There are three physiological developments that must occur in order for this to take place: firstly, the plant must pass from ...
*  Epigenetics of plant growth and development
Long day plants flower with a short night, while short day plants require uninterrupted darkness. Some plants are restricted to ... 2014). Flowering is a pivotal step in plant development. Numerous epigenetic factors contribute to the regulation of flowering ... These components are crucial to general plant growth and are the harbingers of development. Meristematic tissue apparently ... Histone deacetylase genes in Arabidopsis development. Integr Plant Biol. 2008;50:875-85. doi: 10.1111/j.1744-7909.2008.00704.x ...
*  Peziza domiciliana
Journal of Plant Development. 17: 63-8. ISSN 2065-3158. Pegler DN, Spooner BM, Lewis Smith RI (1980). "Higher fungi of ... "Macromycetes identified on the construction wood of historical monuments from Moldavia and causes of their development" (PDF). ...
*  Quiescent centre
Plant development, [1], Encyclopædia Britannica. ... now Department of Plant Sciences), University of Oxford, ... Clowes, F. a. L. (1958-03-01). "Development of Quiescent Centres in Root Meristems". New Phytologist. 57 (1): 85-88. doi: ...
*  Geastrum fimbriatum
2011). "Systematics studies on Geastrum species from Jammu province". Journal of Plant Development Sciences. 3 (1/2): 61-5. ...
*  Pomelo
Journal of Plant Development Sciences. 9 (9): 887. Grapefruit-medication interactions: Forbidden fruit or avoidable ... provided the seeds are not allowed to dry out before planting. The fruit is said to have been introduced to Japan by a ...
*  Phytomer
Initially, a young plant will only produce phytomers at its apical meristems but later in development, secondary meristems will ... Howell, S.H. (1998). Molecular Genetics of Plant Development. Cambridge University Press 104. ISBN 0-521-58784-0 McMaster, G. S ... Phytomers are functional units of a plant, continually produced by root and shoot meristems throughout a plant's vegetative ... Phytomers, phyllochrons, phenology and temperate cereal development. J. Agric. Sci. 143, 137 (2005).. ...
*  Niagara Falls Hydraulic Power and Manufacturing Company
"Timeline of Power Plant Development". buffalohistory.org. Buffalo History Museum. Retrieved 27 October 2015. "Harnessing ... Many additions and extensions were made to the original plant, and company began to work on a new plant, called plant number ... "Power Points:Timeline of Power Plant Development". buffalohistory.org. Retrieved 26 October 2015. "FEDERAL POWER COMMISSION v. ... The work on the power plant began and the canal was enlarged in 1892. By 1896, power plant number two had been completed and ...
*  Codariocalyx motorius
Social controls in parasitic plant development". Plant Physiol. 127: 1508-12. doi:10.1104/pp.127.4.1508. PMC 1540184 . PMID ... known as the telegraph plant or semaphore plant, is a tropical Asian shrub, one of a few plants capable of rapid movement; ... The plant is described in detail in Charles Darwin's 1880 The Power of Movement in Plants. Due to its special characteristic ... This plant has small, lateral leaflets which move at speeds rapid enough to be perceivable with the naked eye. This is possibly ...
*  Illinois Soil Nitrogen Test
Nitrogen is essential for plant development. Indeed, for crops that are destined to be food for farm animal or human ... With respect to corn and soybeans, the optimal range for plant growth appears to be around 225 to 240 mg/Kg. Some form of ... The ISNT is a new (2007) method for measuring nitrogen available for plant uptake. ISNT estimates the amount of nitrogen ... is a method for measuring the amount of Nitrogen in soil that is available for use by plants as a nutrient. The test predicts ...
*  Sudip Chattopadhyay
Later, he studied the role of light in plant growth and development and its molecular basis. The team led by him was successful ... Known for his studies on the molecular basis of light-controlled plant growth and development, Chattopadhyay is a J. C. Bose ... "Plant development and cell signaling" (PDF). Presidency University. 2015. Retrieved 2017-12-17. "NASI Year Book 2015" (PDF). ... During his post-doctoral years in the US, Chattopadhyay worked on the regulatory switch of seedling development in plant and ...
*  Endoreduplication
Inze D; De Veylder L (2006). "Cell cycle regulation in plant development". Annual Review of Genetics. 40: 77-105. doi:10.1146/ ... Sabelli PA; Larkins BA (2009). "The Development of Endosperm in Grasses". Plant Physiology. 149 (1): 14-26. doi:10.1104/pp. ... Kondorosi E; Roudier F; Gendreau E (2000). "Plant cell-size control: Growing by ploidy?". Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 3 ( ... Oogenesis and Embryonic Development: Endoreplication is commonly observed in cells responsible for the nourishment and ...
*  Argonaute
AGO10 is involved in plant development. AGO7 has a function distinct from AGO 1 and 10, and is not found in gene silencing ... Meins F, Jr; Si-Ammour, A; Blevins, T (2005). "RNA silencing systems and their relevance to plant development". Annual Review ... In plants, once de novo double-stranded (ds) RNA duplexes are generated with the target mRNA, an unknown RNase-III-like enzyme ... This process has been seen in a wide range of organisms, such as Neurospora fungus(in which it is known as quelling), plants( ...
*  Ethylene
... is known for regulating plant growth and development and adapted to stress conditions. Central membrane proteins in ... Plants can be induced to flower either by treatment with the gas in a chamber, or by placing a banana peel next to the plant in ... Mutations in these pathways can cause lack of ethylene signaling, causing stunt in plant growth and development. Environmental ... CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) Schaller, George E (2012). "Ethylene and the regulation of plant development". ...
*  Phytochrome
... s control many aspects of plant development. They regulate the germination of seeds (photoblasty), the synthesis of ... and monocotyledonous plants, many plants are polyploid. Hence maize, for example, has six phytochromes - phyA1, phyA2, phyB1, ... As a result, plants can expend less energy on growing as tall as possible and have more resources for growing seeds and ... In plants, red light changes phytochrome to its biologically active form, while far red light changes the protein to its ...
*  Root crown
Schwarz, Meier (1972). "Influence of root crown temperature on plant development". Plant and Soil. 37 (2): 435-439. doi:10.1007 ... Root crowns need to be exposed and 'breathe'; this is one way that some plants take in oxygen. A number of pests and diseases ... Root-crown temperature has been found to affect plant growth and physiology in a number of ways. ... affect specifically this part of the plant, including root-crown rot (or root-crown fungus) and a number of species of root- ...
*  Electricity sector in India
India's Nuclear plants generated 37,835 million units in year 2014-15. India's nuclear power plant development began in 1964. ... "Pump Storage Development in India, CEA". Retrieved 23 June 2017. "Pumped storage hydro power plant" (PDF). Archived from the ... Solar thermal power plants with thermal storage are emerging as cheaper (US 5 ¢/kWh) and clean load following power plants ... The reason for overrating the capacity is to over-invoice the plant cost. These plants operate 15 to 10% below their declared ...
*  Ilocos Sur Polytechnic State College
He also aggressively pushed for physical plant development. The main campus for the North Cluster is the Santa Maria Campus ... faculty and staff development, and student development. Guided by its vision as "an institution for total human development," ... He worked out for the development of a Medium Term Development Plan of the College (2011-2015), and instituted a new set-up for ... facilities and plant development, research and extension services, community involvement, administration and governance, ...
*  Phyllochron
Phenology Phytomer Plant development Plastochron Bunting, A. H.; Drennan, D. S. H. (1965). Milthorpe, F. L.; Ivins, J. D., eds ... This measurement is used by botanists and agronomists to describe the growth and development of plants, especially cereals. The ... planting depth, planting time, and genotype. In cereals, the phyllochron may vary in speed between the main stem and the ... The phyllochron is the intervening period between the sequential emergence of leaves on the main stem of a plant, also rendered ...
*  Gene trapping
Tools for Plant Development and Genomics." The Plant Cell, Vol. 12:1007-1020.. ...
*  GAI (Arabidopsis thaliana gene)
Hirsch S, Oldroyd GE (August 2009). "GRAS-domain transcription factors that regulate plant development". Plant Signaling & ... GAI represses the pathway of gibberellin-sensitive plant growth. It does this by way of its conserved DELLA motif. "Entrez Gene ... GAI or Gibberellic-Acid Insensitive is a gene in Arabidopsis thaliana which is involved in regulation of plant growth. ... Plant Cell. 19 (4): 1192-1208. doi:10.1105/tpc.107.050153. PMC 1913757 . PMID 17449805. Busov V; et al. (2006). "Transgenic ...
*  Caltha dionaeifolia
"Diplophylly in Caltha". Plant Development and Evolution - Mitsuyasu Hasebe Lecture Notes. Retrieved 2016-01-04. Schuettpelz, ... dioneaefolia is not a carnivorous plant like the Venus flytrap. The appendages are homologous with the ears at the base of the ...
*  Dangote Industries Tanzania Thermal Power Station
When approved, the power plant is expected to power the cement factory as well as the residential and commercial development ... Sotunde, Oluwabusayo (4 November 2014). "Dangote Seeks Approval For Tanzania Power Plant Development". Ventures Africa. ... The power plant will be located in Mtwara, approximately 562 kilometres (349 mi) by road, south of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania's ... The approximate coordinates of the power plant will be:10°18'33.0"S, 40°10'42.0"E (Latitude:-10.309167; Longitude:40.178333). ...
*  Indole-3-acetic acid
Zhao, Yunde (2010). "Auxin Biosynthesis and Its Role in Plant Development". Annual Review of Plant Biology. 61: 49-64. doi: ... IAA serves as signaling molecule necessary for development of plant organs and coordination of growth. IAA enters the plant ... IAA is predominantly produced in cells of the apex (bud) and very young leaves of a plant. Plants can synthesize IAA by several ... Templeman W. G.; Marmoy C. J. (2008). "The effect upon the growth of plants of watering with solutions of plant-growth ...
*  New Melones Dam
The plant replaced the old 22 MW power station at the original Melones Dam; on average it generates about four times as much ... Development-related interests such as PG&E, the California Chamber of Commerce and the contractors working on the dam spent ... The dam's hydroelectric power plant is located at its base on the north side of the river, and has a rated hydraulic head of ... The modern development of the Stanislaus River began with the Oakdale and South San Joaquin Irrigation Districts, which were ...
*  Gonepteryx rhamni
... since these plants are necessary for egg-laying. Female emergence is correlated with host plant development. As of 2010, G. ... Larvae can also benefit from decreased host plant defenses; juvenile plants and plants with late bud-bursts produce fewer toxic ... In contrast, females emerge late due to the late seasonal development of host plants such as the alder buckthorn, ... The common brimstone prefers laying eggs on younger host-plants with late bud-bursts that are isolated from other plants in the ...