Definition of Phytohormones

1. Noun. (plural of phytohormone) ¹



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Definition of Phytohormones

1. phytohormone [n] - See also: phytohormone

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Phytohormones

phytogeographic
phytogeographical
phytogeographically
phytogeography
phytoglyphic
phytoglyphy
phytographical
phytography
phytohaemagglutinin
phytohaemagglutinins
phytohaemoagglutinin
phytohemagglutinin
phytohemagglutinins
phytoherm
phytohormone
phytohormones (current term)
phytoid
phytol
phytolacca
phytolaccas
phytolectin
phytolite
phytolites
phytolith
phytolithologist
phytolithology
phytoliths
phytologic
phytological
phytologies

Literary usage of Phytohormones

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1. Tissue Culture: Plants: A Bibliography, January 1992-March 1994 by Henry Gilbert (1995)
"... Effect of phytohormones on sesquiterpene lactone production in callus culture of Ambrosia tenuifolia. Goleniowski, ME; Silva, GL; Trippi, ..."

2. The Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science by Iowa Academy of Science (1890)
"For these questions and many others on the phytohormones we have as yet no answer. Scientific knowledge is rarely complete, ..."

3. Gene Expression in Field Crops: Bibliography January 1991-November 1992 edited by Janet Saunders, Robert D. Warmbrodt (1995)
"This expression responded to the phytohormones which promote callus formation. Furthermore, in situ thymidine uptake showed that the GUS expression pattern ..."

4. Gene Expression in Horticultural Crops: Bibliography January 1991-October 1992 by Robert D. Warmbrodt (1995)
"The phytohormones did not affect patatin gene expression. Inhibitors of cytosolic (cycloheximide) and organellar (chloramphenicol) translation had opposite ..."

5. Safety Considerations for Biotechnology: Scale-Up of Micro-Organisms As by OCDE, Environment Directorate (1995)
"The free-living heterotrophic nitrogen-fixing bacteria Azotobacter and the plant-associated Azospirillum also produce phytohormones and probably have more ..."

6. Biotechnology: Ti-Plasmids and Other Plant Vectors: Bibliography January by Lara Wiggert (1995)
"This expression responded to the phytohormones which promote callus formation. Furthermore, in situ thymidine uptake showed that the GUS expression pattern ..."

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