2 edition of Morphogenetic studies on the inflorescence of cotton... found in the catalog.
Morphogenetic studies on the inflorescence of cotton...
Ulys Roy Gore
by n.p. in [Chicago
|Statement||by Ulys Roy Gore.|
|LC Classifications||QK495.G68 G6 1934|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 118-138 p.|
|Number of Pages||138|
|LC Control Number||36005529|
Upland cotton seeds usually contain from % to 2% gossypol. As this triterpenoid is very toxic to humans and monogastric animals its rate in all food and feed products made with cotton flour must be very low and has to be systematically controlled. Also, cotton seeds contain approximately 73% of unsaturated fatty acids and 26% of saturated ones. Available paleobotanical evidence suggests that the leaves of seed plants developed from a radial indeterminate branched-shoot system and were thus compound (Zimmermann, ), but the nature of the events leading to determinate laminar organs is debated (Sanders et al., ).By contrast, the first recorded angiosperm leaves were simple and entire, suggesting that compound leaves .
AND FRUITING IN COTTON, the eighth book in the Cotton Foundation’s cotton reference book series. The sponsorship is a reflection of the company’s belief that continued support of the development of technologies and materials that promote the production of more cost-effective, higher yielding cotton, will make a stronger cotton industry. The article list of scientific journal AJPS. Open Access journals and articles. Free download, read and cite papers for your scientific research and study. Publish your paper and get peer reviewed.
cotton fiber.1 The development of the cotton fiber has been explained many times since Balls (). For the state of knowledge of cotton and its cellulose at the end of the 's, refer to two excellent reviews by Rollins (a,b). The unique, hence non-representative, form of the cotton fiber is . This study deals specifically with floral organogenesis and the development of the inflorescence of Philodendron ornatum. The development of the inflorescence of P. ornatum can be divided into two morphogenetic phases: (i) before and (ii) after the initiation of the floral organs. Before the initiation of the floral organs, the ratio between the width and the length of the inflorescence is.
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The ontogeny and development of the main axis, the fruiting branch, and the flower of three varieties of cotton are described.
The vascular anatomy of the Morphogenetic studies on the inflorescence of cotton. book is also given. The main stem consists of a single indeterminate primary axis from which leaves, stipules, and branches arise in acropetal succession from a terminal meristem.
by: MORPHOGENETIC STUDIES ON THE INFLORESCENCE OF COTTON CONTRIBUTIONS lFROM THE HULL BOTANICAL LABORATORY 4 6 2 ULYS ROY GORE (WITH FIFTY-THREE FIGURES) Introduction A number of papers on the fruiting behavior of cotton have ap-peared (3, I, I7). Work has been done also on the influence of eco.
Morphogenetic response oj A. rosea inflorescence segments media supplemented with 15% CW or further addition of rng/l AA to it, the explants failed to respond and died. Histological studies on the mode of penetration into developing cotton bolls. Meiotic chromosome behaviour in species, species hybrids, haploids and induced polyploids of Gossypium.
Morphogenetic studies on inflorescence of cotton. ().Author: Muhammad Khan Baloch. PDF ( K) PDF-Plus ( K) Citing articles; Development of the inflorescence and flower of Philodendron fragrantissimum (Araceae): a qualitative and quantitative study.
Denis Barabé, Christian Lacroix, and, Bernard JeuneCited by: Here is a vital new source of "need-to-know" information for cotton industry professionals.
Unlike other references that focus solely on growing the crop, this book also emphasizes the cotton industry as a whole, and includes material on the nature of cotton fibers and their processing; cotton standards and classification; and marketing strategies.5/5(2).
“Studies on pollen-tube development in a partially sterile hybrid betweenLinaria vulgaris andLinaria purpuria. —— (). “Morphogenetic studies on the inflorescence of cotton.” “Cytological studies in cotton. Two interspecific hybrids between Asiatic and American cottons.”.
This paper reports the findings regarding morphology, DNA markers and fruit quality of Solanum muricatum L., a newly introduced fruit in Hazara University, Pakistan, and other locally grown members of the Solanaceae family. In this study, RAPD (Random Amplified Polymorphic NA) based PCR report on phylogenetic affinities of pepino with brinjal, chilies, potato and tomato was also included.
what is call Wheat inflorescence: Panicle Soil structure can be improve with the addition of: Compost When soil surface is protect/cover with residue of a crop, the practice is called.
Mulching The science of categorization called: Taxonomy Grapes nurturing called: Viticulture Tomato is a good foundation of vitamin: Vitamin C Rearing of honeybees is called: Apiculture [ ].
A silencing vector for cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) was developed from the geminivirus Cotton leaf crumple virus (CLCrV). The CLCrV coat protein gene was replaced by up to bp of DNA homologous to one of two endogenous genes, the magnesium chelatase subunit I gene (ChlI) or the phytoene desaturase gene (PDS).
Cotyledons of cotton cultivar ‘Deltapine ’ bombarded with the. Scope. The papers in this Special Issue bridge the gap between structural and functional approaches to inflorescence evolution.
They include a literature review of inflorescence function, an experimental study of inflorescences as essential contributors to the display of flowers, and two papers that present new methods and concepts for understanding inflorescence diversity and for dealing with.
In our previous study, the cotton EST DW was isolated as a putative abiotic-stress-responsive gene, Gore, U. Morphogenetic studies on the inflorescence of cotton. Bot. With this in mind, we revisit the ‘inflorescence’ of Arabidopsis and then elaborate our discussion with tomato and related Solanaceae, all the while minimizing species-specific terminology that inevitably clouds comparative discussions [14, 15].
Progressive morphogenetic changes associated with Arabidopsis meristem maturation. Morphogenetic Studies on the Inflorescence of Cotton Created Date: Z.
Differences between immature female inflorescence and subsequent developmental stages in endogenous hormone concentrations and exogenous TDZ could explain these different morphogenetic responses.
The findings presented in the current study revealed that the immature female inflorescence contained the highest level of GA 3. ADVERTISEMENTS: The following points highlight the six major types of inflorescence.
After reading this article you will learn about: 1. Racemose Inflorescence 2. Cymose Inflorescence 3. Compound 4. Cyathium 5. Verticillaster 6. Hypanthodium. Inflorescence: Type # 1.
Racemose Inflorescence: In this type of inflorescence the main axis does not end in a flower, but it [ ]. However, there is no regularity in the number of organs involved in the homeotic transformation taking place in atypical bisexual flowers.
The presence of atypical bisexual flowers may correspond to a morphogenetic gradient at the level of the inflorescence as a words: flower, development, gradient, inflorescence. The garlic inflorescence is an umbel-like flower arrangement, the branches (flower clusters) of which arise from a common meristem.
for morphogenetic studies. Medicinal and Aromatic Plant. The introduction of foreign genes into plant has made possible to bring out desired traits into crop of our own interest. With the advancement in cell biology, regeneration of plants from single cell and advent of different procedures for gene transformation to the plants have opened new avenues for the efficient and applicable implementation of biotechnology for the modifications of desired.
Callus induction and morphogenesis in vitro. The inflorescence of H. obtusa × comptoniana ‘Sansenjyu’ were easy to collect, without harm to the mother plants, and to sterilize.
On the basic callus induction medium, friable calli started to form at the cut edges of the inflorescence after 2 weeks (Fig. 1a). The green and compact embryogenic calli were observed on most of the explants. Cotton is the most important natural fiber crop of our planet, which provides humanity with cloth and vegetable oil, medicinal compounds, meal and hull for livestock feed, energy sources, organic matter to enrich soil, and industrial lubricants.
Therefore, cotton research to improve sustainable cotton production worldwide is the vital task of scientific community to address the increasing.Introduction D ate palm is an important fruit crop for its high nutritional fruit and useful by-products (Khushk et al., ).It is the major food source for human and livestock in arid regions of the world.
Its propagation through tissue culture technique has enabled date palm growers to cultivate both native and exotic cultivars at large scale (Abul-Soad and Mahdi, ).Adult red cotton bugs D koenigii were collected from okra fields and reared under laboratory conditions (24 ± 2 0 C and 65 ± 5 % RH) on fruits of okra.
The different botanical and biorational insecticides viz., anonin (1 %), karanjin (2 %), achook (%), econeem (1%) and imidacloprid ( %) used in the present studies were.