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biological action of growth substances.
Society for Experimental Biology (Great Britain)
by Published for the Company of Biologists on behalf of the Society for Experimental Biology at the University Press in Cambridge
Written in English
Papers read at a symposium of the Society held at Aberystwyth, Sept. 1956. Includes bibliography.
|Series||Its Symposia, no. 11, Society for Experimental Biology (Gt. Brit.) Symposia -- no. 11|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 344 p. illus., diagrs. ;|
|Number of Pages||344|
The term cell growth is used in the contexts of biological cell development and cell division (reproduction). When used in the context of cell development, the term refers to increase in cytoplasmic and organelle volume (), as well as increase in genetic material following the replication during S phase. This is not to be confused with growth in the context of cell division, referred to as. UNESCO – EOLSS SAMPLE CHAPTERS PHYSIOLOGY AND MAINTENANCE – Vol. V - Roles of Plant Growth Regulating Substances - Zin-Huang Liu, Wen-Shaw Chen and Chang-Hung Chou ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) ROLES OF PLANT GROWTH REGULATING SUBSTANCES Zin-Huang Liu and Wen-Shaw Chen Department of Biological Sciences, National Sun Yat-sen University, File Size: KB.
Biological therapy is a form of treatment that uses portions of the body's natural immune system to treat a disease. Biological therapy is also used to protect the body from some of the side effects of certain treatments. Biological therapy often involves the use of substances called . The tentative scheme of auxin-regulated cell development (example: formation of tracheid). Auxin controls ubiquitin-mediated degradation of hypothetical proteins (E1-E5, i.e. enzymes, repressors.
The theory of its action was first fully expounded by Charles Darwin and is now believed to be the main process that brings about evolution. Genetic variation caused by mutation (which can create entirely new alleles in a population), random mating, random fertilization, and recombination between homologous chromosomes during meiosis (which. A comprehensive guide to plant growth regulators and their relationship to a wide range of physiological processes from seed germination to senescence is presented in the following chapters: historical aspects and fundamental terms and concepts; methodology for the extraction, purification, and determination of plant growth substances; chemistry, biological effects, and mechanism of action of Cited by:
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A reassessment of the problem of apical dominance / by F.G. Gregory and J.A. Veale --The physiological action and biological importance of germination inhibitors / by Michael Evenari --Auxin and the mechanism of root growth / by Hans Burström --Hormonal aspects of fruit development in higher plants / by L.C.
Luckwill --The perception of the. Biological action of growth substances. Cambridge [Eng.] University Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Society for Experimental Biology (Great Britain) OCLC Number: Description: vi.
Read the full-text online edition of The Biological Action of Growth Substances (). Full access to this book and o more; Over 14 million journal, magazine, and newspaper articles The Physiological Action And Biological Importance Of Germination Inhibitors The Biological action of growth substances by Society for Experimental Biology (Great Britain) Publication date Topics Internet Archive Language English Volume Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files.
IN : The book introduces readers to how chemicals induce growth in quiescent cells; natural sources of growth stimulatory substances; synergisms and interactions of growth regulatory systems; growth-regulating effects in free cell systems; examples of biologically active compounds; the mechanisms of action of plant growth regulators; concepts and.
Michael H. Beale, in New Comprehensive Biochemistry, General considerations. All of the plant growth substances are low molecular weight haptens. Thus, in order to elicit a good anti-hapten response from mammalian immune systems it is biological action of growth substances. book to immunise with synthetic conjugates of plant hormones with high molecular weight carriers, usually proteins such as bovine serum albumin.
ADAMSON, D., VERONICA, H.K. LOW and HEATHER ADAMSON (). Transitions between different phases of growth in cells from etiolated pea stems, Jerusalem artichoke tubers and wheat coleoptiles.
in “Biochemistry and Physiology of Plant Growth Substances”. Wightman and G. Setterfield, The Runge Press, Ottawa, Google ScholarCited by: 8. The present, and all too often inadequate, approaches to elucidating the mode of action of soil organic matter on plant growth are still partially influenced by historical concepts.
An appraisal of the current ideas can only be undertaken by reference, albeit briefly, to the by: Biological growth. Concrete surfaces can become discoloured for a variety of reasons. As the concrete ages, the surface alkalinity is reduced by carbonation and the action of rainfall, thus providing a more suitable environment for biological growth.
No one in this century can speak with greater authority on the progress of ideas in biology than Ernst Mayr. And no book has ever established the life sciences so firmly in the mainstream of Western intellectual history as The Growth of Biological years in preparation, this is a work of epic proportions, tracing the development of the major problems of biology/5.
Plants, Chemicals and Growth focuses on chemicals that regulate the growth and development of plants. It explores the problems of growth and growth regulation by looking at the roles of chemical substances, natural and synthetic, which affect the behavior of the cells of flowering plants.
Auxin. The most reported mechanism predominantly used to explain the positive PGPB effects on plant growth is their ability to produce auxin. Patten and Glick reported that about 80% of rhizosphere microbes could synthesize and release auxin as a secondary a number of known auxins occur naturally with indoleacetic acid (IAA) standing out as the most relevant Cited by: Table of Contents Historical aspects and fundamental terms and concepts; Methodology for the extraction, purification and determination of plant growth substances; Chemistry, biological effects and mechanism of action of plant growth substances; Seed germination and seedling growth; Rooting; Dormancy; Juvenility, maturity and senescence; Flowering; Abscission; Physiology of fruit set, growth Price: $ In a convenient, single-source reference, this book examines plant growth substances and their relationship to a wide range of physiological processes, ranging from seed germination through the death of the plant.
Chemistry, Biological Effects, and Mechanism of Action of Plant Growth Substances. Pages Arteca, Richard N. The book introduces readers to how chemicals induce growth in quiescent cells; natural sources of growth stimulatory substances; synergisms and interactions of growth regulatory systems; growth-regulating effects in free cell systems; examples of biologically active compounds; the mechanisms of action of plant growth regulators; concepts and Book Edition: 1.
Plant hormones (also known as phytohormones) are signal molecules, produced within plants, that occur in extremely low hormones control all aspects of plant growth and development, from embryogenesis, the regulation of organ size, pathogen defense, stress tolerance and through to reproductive development.
Unlike in animals (in which hormone production is restricted to. Human growth hormone is a peptide secreted by the pituitary gland.
It consists of amino acids and has a molecular weight of 22 kDa. In children with diseases such as Turner or Prader-Willi. Based on human and animal studies, women are more sensitive to the consumption and long-term effects of alcohol and drugs than men.
From absorption to metabolic processes, women display more difficulty in physically managing the consequences of use. In general, with higher levels of alcohol and drugs in the system for longer periods of time, women are also more susceptible to alcohol- and drug.
A role for growth substances as integrating agents is suggested and the notion of quantitative tissue sensitivity variation is developed to explain the major growth patterns of developing shoots.
View. Biological Drug Products begins with general considerations for the development of any biological drug product and then explores the strategies and challenges involved in the development of specific types of biologics.
Divided into five parts, the book examines/5(2). Biological Model of Addiction and Recovery Implications: According to the biological model, each person's unique physiology and genetics causes addiction.
People differ in the degree to which they like or dislike a particular addictive substance or activity.Those at all acquainted with the vast literature of plant hormones will welcome and appreciate the appearance of these two books, which aim at nothing less than the coordinated presentation of the widely-scattered experimental data relating to the practical horticultural uses of synthetic growth substances.
Professor Avery and his collaborators deal first with the use of hormones for rooting Cited by: Insulin-like growth factor (IGF), formerly called somatomedin, any of several peptide hormones that function primarily to stimulate growth but that also possess some ability to decrease blood glucose levels.
IGFs were discovered when investigators began studying the effects of biological substances on cells and tissues outside the body.
The name insulin-like growth factor reflects the fact.