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*  Juvenile hormone
Insect growth regulators Insect growth regulators (IGRs) such as juvenile and moulting hormones or their analogs (juvenoids and ... However, with the discovery of their occurrence in significant quantities in some plants, IGRs and their analogs became easily ... Most insect species contain only juvenile growth hormone (JH) III. To date JH 0, JH I, and JH II have been identified only in ... In insects, JH (formerly called neotenin) refers to a group of hormones, which ensure growth of the larva, while preventing ...
*  Diprogulic acid
... is used as a plant growth regulator, primarily used as a branching agent. When it is taken up by a plant, dikegulac sodium is ... Plant Growth Regulation (Proceedings in Life Sciences). International Conference on Plant Growth Substances, 9th. Springer ... "Augeo Plant Growth Regulator" (PDF). OHP, Inc. Retrieved 2017-01-07. "Pinscher , ArborSystems". www.arborsystems.com. Retrieved ... "Atrimmec Plant Growth Regulator". www.gordonsprofessional.com. Retrieved 2017-01-08. Drahl, Carmen (2009-12-14). "Ginkgogate: ...
*  Uniconazole
"Sumagic Plant Growth Regulator" (PDF). Valent. 2010. Retrieved 2017-01-02. "Sunny Plant Growth Regulator" (PDF). Sumitomo ... "Growth Regulators for Containerized Herbaceous Perennial Plants" (PDF). Ball Publishing. 2016. Retrieved 2017-01-02. "Concise ... Uniconazole is a triazole chemical used as a plant growth retardant. It is active on a wide range of plants and acts by ... The following products labeled for application to ornamental plants as plant growth retardants in the United States contain ...
*  Forchlorfenuron
... is a plant growth regulator. It has been approved for use on kiwi fruit and grapes in the USA, and it has been ...
*  Triazole
"Using Plant Growth Regulators on Containerized Herbaceous Perennials" (PDF). Retrieved 2017-01-02. Gisi U, Sierotzki H, Cook A ... Paclobutrazol and uniconazole are used as plant growth retardants. NL:Flutriafol and Triadimefon are other examples. ... Due to spreading resistance of plant pathogens towards fungicides of the strobilurin class, control of fungi such as Septoria ... The triazole plant protection fungicides include epoxiconazole, de:triadimenol, propiconazole, prothioconazole, metconazole, ...
*  Metribuzin
Herbicides and plant growth regulators. Royal Society of Chemistry. pp. 662-. ISBN 978-0-85404-494-8. Retrieved 25 May 2012. ...
*  Karrikin
... s are a group of plant growth regulators found in the smoke of burning plant material. For many years smoke from ... A new family of plant growth regulators in smoke". Plant Science. 177 (4): 252-256. doi:10.1016/j.plantsci.2009.06.007. HALFORD ... implying that karrikins could influence other aspects of plant growth. The gene for KAI2 protein is present in lower plants ... When plant material burns, these carbohydrates convert to karrikins. Plant cell walls are made of polysaccharides including ...
*  Ethephon
Upon metabolism by the plant, it is converted into ethylene, a potent regulator of plant growth and ripeness. Ethephon often ... Ethephon is the most widely used plant growth regulator. It is manufactured by Rhône-Poulenc (Bayer Crop Science) and Jiangsu ... Although many environmental groups worry about toxicity resulting from use of growth hormones and fertilizers, the toxicity of ... used on wheat, coffee, tobacco, cotton, and rice in order to help the plant's fruit reach ripeness more quickly. Cotton is the ...
*  Chlormequat
... chlormequat is classified as a low risk plant growth regulator and it is registered for use on ornamental plants grown in ... Chlormequat is an organic compound that is used as a plant growth regulator. It is typically sold as the chloride salt, ... Wilhelm Rademacher, Lutz Brahm "Plant Growth Regulators" in Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim ... Sørensen, MT; Danielsen, V (February 2006). "Effects of the plant growth regulator, chlormequat, on mammalian fertility". ...
*  Plant hormone
Karrikins - not plant hormones because they are not made by plants, but are a group of plant growth regulators found in the ... and in vitro-grown plants and plant cells; these manmade compounds are called Plant Growth Regulators or PGRs for short. Early ... plant longevity, and even plant death. Hormones are vital to plant growth, and, lacking them, plants would be mostly a mass of ... are chemicals that regulate plant growth. In the United Kingdom, these are termed 'plant growth substances'. Plant hormones are ...
*  Carbohydrazide
They occur widely in the drugs, herbicides, plant growth regulators, and dyestuffs. Industrially the compound is produced by ... doi:10.1107/S0567740879003575 Buecker, Brad (1997). Power Plant Water Chemistry A Practical Guide. PennWell Publishing Company ...
*  Permethrin
Analytical Methods for Pesticides and Plant Growth Regulators. Academic Press. p. 104. ISBN 9781483220901. Archived from the ...
*  Thiosulfinate
... new plant growth regulators in etiolated young asparagus shoots". Tetrahedron Letters. 14: 1073-1075. doi:10.1016/S0040-4039(01 ... A variety of acyclic and cyclic thiosulfinates are found in plants, or formed when the plants are cut or crushed. A well-known ... For this reason the mixtures of thiosulfinates from Allium plants can best be separated by HPLC at room temperature rather than ... "The mechanism of radical-trapping antioxidant activity of plant-derived thiosulfinates". Org. Biomol. Chem. 9: 3320-3330. doi: ...
*  Cycloheximide
It is used as a plant growth regulator to stimulate ethylene production. It is used as a rodenticide and other animal pesticide ... It is also used in media to detect unwanted bacteria in beer fermentation by suppressing yeasts and molds growth in test medium ... Cycloheximide has been used to isolate dermatophytes and inhibit the growth of fungi in brewing test media. The following ...
*  Clofibric acid
It functions as a plant growth regulator against the plant hormone auxin. Clofibric acid is a metabolite of the cholesterol- ...
*  Dichlofluanid
Part one: Herbicides and Plant Growth Regulators, Royal Society of Chemistry Publishers, London (1998). ... Dichlofluanid was first marketed by Bayer Company in 1964, for use as a fungicide on plants. Its trade names include Euparen ... vegetables and ornamental plants from diseases such as apple scab (Venturia inaequalis), black spot, leather rot, gray mold, ...
*  2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid
Waterer, D; Roy, D; Szaroz, P (2009). "Potential to use Plant Growth Regulators to Enhance the Appearance of Red-Skinned ... "The effect upon the growth of plants of watering with solutions of plant-growth substances and of seed dressings containing ... It acts by mimicking the action of the plant growth hormone auxin, which results in uncontrolled growth and eventually death in ... it could stop plant growth. In 1940, he published his finding that IAA killed broadleaf plants within a cereal field. The ...
*  Roger Field (plant scientist)
... and a PhD in plant science, also at Hull. The title of his doctoral thesis was The movement of plant growth regulators and ... Field was appointed as a lecturer in plant science at Lincoln College (now Lincoln University) in 1970, and rose to become ... Roger John Field ONZM is a retired New Zealand plant scientist and university administrator. He served as the Vice Chancellor ... professor of plant science in 1986. In April 2004, he was appointed vice-chancellor, retiring in 2012. He was Lincoln ...
*  Hydroponics
A study showed that rice husks did not affect the effects of plant growth regulators.[non-primary source needed] Perlite is a ... However, more recent research suggests that wood fibre may have detrimental effects on "plant growth regulators".[non-primary ... a plant should be restricted from high nitrogen fertilizers. In most plants, nitrogen restriction inhibits vegetative growth ... "The effect of commercial humic acid on tomato plant growth and mineral nutrition". Journal of Plant Nutrition. 21 (3): 561-575 ...
*  DU spectrophotometer
Zweig, Gunter (1976). Analytical Methods for Pesticides, Plant Growth Regulators, and Food Additives: Principles, Methods, and ... It has been used to study a wide variety of flowering plants and ferns by researchers in departments of biology, plant ... Modern Methods of Plant Analysis/Moderne Methoden der Pflanzenanalyse. Berlin: Springer-Verlag. pp. 149-245. Retrieved 30 ...
*  Roman Antoszewski
Biochemistry of plant growth regulators, transport phenomena in plants, sink-donor relations. 1955-1957 Technical assist., Dept ... in Plant Physiology, University of Łódź, Poland 1963 - Ph.D. in Plant Physiology, Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland 1963/ ... Use of Isotopes in Plant Physiology; Committee Member of the International Council on Plant Nutrition until 1988; Member of the ... Photosynthetic activity of chloroembryos of a few selected tropical plants; Plant, Cell and Environment, 1989, vol 12 Ed. R. ...
*  Beijerinckia derxii
"Beijerinckia derxii releases plant growth regulators and amino acids in synthetic media independent of nitrogenase activity". ...
*  Lentil
However, plant growth regulators and/or embryo rescue allows the growth of viable hybrids between groups. Even if crosses are ... In West Asia and North Africa some lentils are planted as a winter crop before snowfall. Plant growth occurs during the time of ... The plant is a diploid annual bushy herb of erect, semi-erect or spreading and compact growth and normally varies from 30 to 50 ... In the sub-tropics lentils are planted under relatively high temperatures at the end of the rainy season and vegetative growth ...
*  Wood fibre
However, more recent research suggests that wood fibre can have detrimental affects on "plant growth regulators".[non-primary ...
*  Avocado
Stewart, W.S.; Smoyer, K.M.; Puffer, R.E. "Progress Report on Effects of Plant Growth Regulator Sprays on Avocados" (PDF). ... Stewart, W.S.; Smoyer, K.M.; Puffer, R.E. "Progress Report on Effects of Plant Growth Regulator Sprays on Avocados" (PDF). ... in a 1696 index of Jamaican plants. The plant was introduced to Spain in 1601, Indonesia around 1750, Mauritius in 1780, Brazil ... The plant normally grows large enough to be prunable; it does not bear fruit unless it has ample sunlight. Home gardeners can ...
*  Economy of New Zealand
Large scale industrial plants were established based on New Zealand's abundant natural gas. A new range of products for export ... High commodity prices are expected to provide a considerable boost to nominal GDP growth in the near term. In 2013 the economy ... Trade agreements establish rules by which trade can take place and ensure regulators and officials in countries New Zealand is ... Factors contributing to the growth in inequality include substantial cuts in the top income tax rate in 1986-88 combined with a ...
*  1-Methylcyclopropene
... is a cyclopropene derivative used as a synthetic plant growth regulator. It is structurally related to the natural plant ... "Compounds interacting with the ethylene receptor in plants". Plant Biol. 5 (5): 473-80. doi:10.1055/s-2003-44782. 1- ... Ethylene exists as a gas and it acts at trace levels throughout the life of a plant by stimulating or regulating various ... The mechanism of action of 1-MCP involves its tightly binding to the ethylene receptor in plants, thereby blocking the effects ...