growth regulator

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Related to growth regulator: Plant growth regulator
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Noun1.growth regulator - (botany) a plant product that acts like a hormone
phytology, botany - the branch of biology that studies plants
auxin - a plant hormone that promotes root formation and bud growth
gibberellin - a plant hormone isolated from a fungus; used in promoting plant growth
cytokinin, kinin - any of a class of plant hormones that promote cell division and delay the senescence of leaves
plant product - a product made from plant material
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Among the topics are granular carrier effects on the volatility of pesticide formulations, inorganic powders used in agricultural formulations, a laboratory in vitro test method for determining the disposition of chemicals in contact with the skin, the REACH registration process with regard to co-formulants in plant protection products, and water conditioners and growth regulator herbicides.
Using an insect growth regulator not only prevents pets from developing allergic reactions from fleas and ticks, but it also stops these pests from infesting bedding, furniture, and other places in the home.
The plant growth regulator are important regulators of plant growth.
Rooting of different types of guava stem cuttings using growth regulator.
For example, Configure is the only 2% 6-BA plant growth regulator registered for greenhouse ornamentals.
Forchlorfenuron, a plant growth regulator, is allowed in China, as well as in the United States for use on kiwifruit and grapes.
have reached new toll manufacturing arrangements for a number of Sumitomo Chemical's products in Australia, including Admiral Insect Growth Regulator, Shield Systemic Insecticide, and Sumi-Alpha Flex.
The bananas were being ripened with the help of a chemical named Ethephon, a plant growth regulator, which enhances the ripening in raw fruits.
The objective of the present study was to analyze the effects of growth regulator types and concentrations on in vitro propagation of Nidularium fulgens, in order to produce shoots for species preservation.
The method including the steps of (a) culturing a grape embryonic culture in a first liquid culture medium to grow a cellular suspension culture, the first liquid culture medium including a plant growth regulator and a filtrate from a plant pathogen culture; (b) recovering an embryogenic cell or embryogenic cell mass from the cellular suspension culture; and (c) culturing the embryogenic cell or embryogenic cell mass in a second liquid culture and in a third culture media to select a grape somatic embryo or a grape plant having resistance to a plant pathogen.