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Floriculture: Principles and Species
PART I. 1. Propagation. 2. Flowering Control. 3. Temperature. 4. Light. 5. Water. 6. Nutrition. 7. Media. 8. Plant Growth Regulation. 9. Pest Management. 10. Postharvest. 11. Greenhouse ConstructionExpand
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The molecular structure of DNA
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Temperature and GA3 effects on emergence and flowering of potted Paeonia lactiflora.
Various durations of rooting at 15C and storage at 5.X and exogenous GA, (1000 ppm) application were used on dormant unrooted peony (Paeonia lactiflora Pall.) tubers of 'Sarah Bernhardt', 'FestivaExpand
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Foot and Mouth Disease
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Abscisic acid and the response of the roots of Zea mays L. seedlings to gravity
SummaryExogeneous application of abscisic acid (ABA) to intact roots of LG 11 maize seedlings inhibits root elongation and induces bending of the root in response to gravity in darkness, even thoughExpand
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The root cap and control of root elongation in Zea mays L. seedlings exposed to white light
SummaryLight-induced inhibition of the elongation of primary roots of Zea mays seedlings is dependent upon the perception of light by the root cap. Separate exposure of detached root caps and rootsExpand
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Interaction of Bulb Vernalization and Shoot Photoperiod on `Nellie White' Easter Lily
Easter lily (Lilium longiflorum Thunb. 'Nellie White') bulbs were exposed to 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 weeks of cold before shoot emergence; 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 weeks of long days (LD) upon shootExpand
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