bioregulator


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bi·o·reg·u·la·tor

(bī'ō-reg'yū-lā-tŏr)
Any endogenous substance that modifies the rate or intensity of a biologic process so as to maintain homeostasis or meet changing needs of the organism.
Synonym(s): melanocyte-stimulating hormone.

bi·o·reg·u·la·tor

(bī'ō-reg'yŭ-lā-tŏr)
Any endogenous substance that modifies the rate or intensity of a biologic process so as to maintain homeostasis or meet changing needs of the organism.
Synonym(s): melanocyte-stimulating hormone.
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Treatments were distributed in a factorial scheme 2 x 2, the first factor is the seed treatment (with and without the bioregulator Stimulate[R]) and the second one is the level of vigor (high and medium vigor).
Experiments carried out using bioregulators in annual crops are inconsistent and the results do not always enable the adoption of this practice in a systematic way.
Bioregulators enhancement of yield and modification of oil, fatty acids composition of peanut; In Hormonal Regulation of Plant Growth and Development IV; 123-153 Ed.
Zhao J, Hu Q, Guo YQ, Zhu WH (2001) Effects of stress factors, bioregulators, and synthetic precursors on indole alkaloid production in compact callus clusters cultures of Catharanthus roseus.
Once that is achieved the manufacturers require specialist equipment including bioregulators to regulate ph levels, temperature and oxygen.
Effect of bioregulators on development and reproduction of root-knot nematode in cotton plant roots.
The authors concluded that the possible explanation of these annual changes in PG content could be linked to the fact that PGs are bioregulators of reproductive processes and also of those biochemical processes that occur in winter and allow the living tissues to survive in low temperatures for long periods.
The CNB's life sciences research focuses on functional genomics and proteomics, new bioinformatic tools for structure-function of proteins, integrative structural biology, control of cell growth and tumor formation, mechanisms of senescence and apoptosis, development of animal models for the study of diseases, such as cancer, autoimmune, bacterial, viral and parasitic infections, vectors for gene therapy, new vaccines for human and animal diseases, bioregulators and immune modulators.