Organogenic


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Or`ga`no`gen´ic


a.1.(Biol.) Of or pertaining to organogenesis.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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defining cellular, tissue and organogenic differentiation) requires endogenous mechanisms of switching on and off of genes, more recent research has focused on epigenetic changes that occur as a result of environmental factors interacting with the genome.
An organogenic plant regeneration system for common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.).
Thus, the monitoring of nutrients absorbed throughout cultivation as a function of biomass production in the time interval provides the relative nutrient absorption rates (TARN) and organogenic net nutrient accumulation rates (TALON), which are proposed by the formulas of Welbank (1962).
Although the acetic carmin test was not performed for the verification of viable embryos in these callus structures, it was observed that the results obtained were given by the explants, which are proven capable of originating an indirect response, either organogenic or embryogenic, where initially there was a differentiation (callus) and the arising of friable regions capable of causing sprouts in most treatments.
We explore the sand component found among the organogenic sediments of this lake.
The impact of Gelrite and activated carbon on the elemental and the organogenic response in Pinus pinea cotyledons.
Tissue samples were taken for the anatomical study at each developmental stage from the leaf sections and cotyledon segments, including the embryogenic and organogenic callus.
Studies have already demonstrated that pluripotent stem cells are a solution for complex organ renewal [62, 63], since there are no postnatal stem cells with organogenic capacity in teeth or salivary glands.
"The present study reports for the first time the presence of "organogenic" microfossils-derived from living organisms-in black shale immediately underlying the volcanic rock of the Gwalior basin," Ghose said at the convention, according to (http://www.doonwire.com/category/news/a-scientist-discovers-2000-million-years-old-prokaryotic-microfossils-in-india-17112501) Doonwire .
The earth's atmosphere since then has been responsible for transformation of inanimate objects (inorganic elements and compounds) to the animate world of today with millions of diversity in the animal kingdom."The present study reports for the first time the presence of"organogenic"microfossils derived from living organisms -- in black shale immediately underlying the volcanic rock of the Gwalior basin,"Ghose said.