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shoot

that part of a vascular plant which is above the ground, consisting of stem and leaves.
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The concentration of Zn in the plant shoots of all treatments varied from 20 mg/kg in the shoot of Paraserianthes falcataria grown on uncontaminated soils to 390 mg/kg in the shoot of Duabanga moluccana grown on a mixture of 80% tailings and 20% compost, while concentration of Zn in the tailings is 3760 mg/kg.
The different soil types produced significantly different growth of plant shoot (stem and leaf combined) biomass (P< 0.
Experts choose the best productive plant as mother plant, which would be further cut into small pieces for developing plant shoots.
The nodules numbers (NN) in each of the treatments were determined and the plant shoots were dried at 70[degrees]C to determine their dry weights (SDW).
Five seedlings or plant shoots form an integral part of the design of the sculpture and they are set on iron girders which reflect the industrial might of the town.
Other topics include algal sensory photoreceptors, plant processes regulated by proteases, mechanisms of salinity tolerance, patterning in seed plant shoots, cuticular wax formation by epidermal cells, and alkaloid biosynthesis.
AT dawn and dusk, they feed on earthworms, frogs, insects, mice, slugs, birds' eggs, nuts, berries and plant shoots.
BLOOMING UNLUCKY: Nigel and Century Plant; DAMAGE: Plant shoots up
For best results, spray tips of plant shoots, underside of leaves and junction of leaf and stem.
Plant shoots develop by sequentially forming a series of building blocks called phytomers at each axis meristem (Madison, 1971; Rickman and Klepper, 1995).
UNTANGLE climbers from their pergola supports so the timber can be treated before the plant shoots are pruned and tied in neatly to the frame.
Working with several types of alpine pennycress found in the southern part of France, researchers found that soil metals move into the harvestable plant shoots.