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senior author thanks Ellen Paparozzi for her review of this manuscript and L iz Conley for her technical assistance in the histological analyses. The cost of publishing this paper was defrayed in part by the payment of page charges. Under postal

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adventitious shoot formation from decapitated tomato plants. In the present study, the number of adventitious shoots regenerated after decapitation was investigated using four cultivars of tomato. Histological observations were conducted to determine whether

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study aimed to explore the molecular mechanisms of hybridization incompatibility in grape. In the present study, we used V . rotundifolia ‘Carlos’ as the female parent and V . vinifera ‘Zijinqiunong’ as the pollinizer and conducted histological

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investigate the histological and histochemical changes during seed development of C. debile and their relations to the seed germination in vitro. Material and Methods Plant material. Developing capsules of C. debile were collected from a natural population

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. Morphological characterization of catkin development in walnut. Morphological modifications related to various histological characteristics. Morphological markers are effective tools for estimating variation in histogenesis. In Stage 1, only the squamae were

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A cytological and histological analysis of the triploid cultivars ‘Redwing’ and ‘Ablaze’ indicate that they are not cytochimeras.

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). Keeping in mind plant histology and the dimension of organs, different techniques and TAG allocations have been proposed, and it seems that standardizing RFID tagging in plants is not possible. In addition to the plants cited above, RFID tagging could also

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, especially of the cotyledon which is also called scutellum ( Hartmann et al., 1997 ). However, detailed information concerning morphological or histological changes in SEs of I. germanica has not been reported yet. The primary objective of this study is to

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effects of indole-3-acetic acid (IAA) and thidiazuron (TDZ) on inducing PLB formation from excised root tips of aseptically grown seedlings of C. paranaense . The root tip–PLB conversion was monitored through histological sections at different

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(day/night) photoperiod with light supplemented by metal halide lighting at a photon flux density of 1000 to 1250 μmol·m −2 ·s −1 . Transparent plastic covers were placed over the plantlets for the first 2 weeks for acclimatization. Histological

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