embryogenic


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em·bry·o·gen·e·sis

 (ĕm′brē-ō-jĕn′ĭ-sĭs) also em·bry·og·e·ny (-ŏj′ə-nē)
n.
The development and growth of an embryo.

em′bry·o·gen′ic (-jĕn′ĭk), em′bry·o·ge·net′ic (-ō-jə-nĕt′ĭk) adj.
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Proline estimation:Samples for the assay of proline content was obtained from green colour embryogenic calli at the end of culture 80th days.
In parallel, at the beginning of the experiment, three 2-L beaker replicates derived from the incubation tank were prepared with 20 oocytes/mL to estimate the timing of the different embryogenic stages.
The completely randomized experimental design with five replicates was used, each of which was composed of a Petri dish containing one gram of embryogenic calli.
Proliferation of embryogenic callus, induction of somatic embryo and plant regeneration in carnation (Dianthus caryophyllus L.
Methylation patterns revealed by MSAP profiling in genetically stable somatic embryogenic cultures of Ocotea catharinensis (Lauraceae).
More recently, MRI has allowed a better assessment of the spinal cord, allowing for a new classification based not on the bone defect but on the embryogenic error of the development of the spinal cord.
They also claimed that the identification of embryogenic callus is quite difficult in tissue culture studies of cotton.
Proteomic analysis and polyamines, ethylene and reactive oxygen species levels of Araucaria angustifolia (Brazilian pine) embryogenic cultures with different embryogenic potential.
Kagan-Hallet, "An unusual case of the complete Currarino triad: case report, discussion of the literature and the embryogenic implications," Neurosurgery, vol.
2004), it has low initiation frequencies and sometimes, limited success in the maturation of embryogenic tissue into cotyledonary somatic embryos (MONTALBAN et al.
Although the GV3101 strain is frequently used in transient expression assays in a wide variety of vegetal species, the hypervirulent AGL1 strain was evaluated, which is used for the stable transformation of friable embryogenic callus (FEC) in cassava (22).
Pathological features, antenatal ultrasonographic clues, and review of current embryogenic theories.