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or·ga·no·ge·net·ic

, organogenic (ōr'gă-nō-jĕ-net'ik, -jen'ik),
Relating to organogenesis.

or·gan·o·ge·net·ic

, organogenic (ōr'gă-nō-jĕ-net'ik, -jen'ik)
Relating to organogenesis.
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The analysis of the responses obtained corroborate the fact that small doses of NAA induce an organogenic effect on the explants, mainly the formation of sprouts.
The data pertaining to mean percentage of cultures responding to callusing, percentage of organogenic calli/culture, percentage of shoot buds/culture, mean percentage of rooting and number of roots/shoot were statistically analyzed by Duncan's multiple range test.
The association of organogenic and embryogenic callus on the same sugarcane explant and the plant regeneration through indirect organogenesis from friable callus has been described in some studies (GNANAPRAGASAM & VASIL, 1992; TAYLOR et al.
Major shallow groundwater resources and groundwater runoff are formed in glaciofluvial (fIII), alluvial (aIV), alluvial+intermorainal (a+agIII-II), marine (mIV), aeolian (vIV), glacial base (gIII) and marginal (g III) moraines, glaciolacustrine (lgIII) and organogenic (bIV) deposits (Juodkazis and Mikalauskas 1994).
In this sense, manipulation of exogenous cytokinin:auxin balance could favor a developmental pattern or orient an organogenic program (Gaspar et al.
The fact that the early organogenic stages are very susceptible to noxious agents in spite the high capacity of the embryo at those developmental stages to recover from adverse effects (20,34,35) contribute to the vision that the increasing complexity of cell differentiation as well as morphogenesis could be achieved, both during the evolutionary as well as the ontogenetic processes in benign, that is very low environmental stress conditions.
Shoot production per responsive leaf explant increases exponentially with explant organogenic potential in Nicotiana species.
Organogenic capacity of leaves: The significance of marginal blastozones in angiospermes.
Once the fetal urine is the most important constituent of the amniotic fluid, it is of waiting a decreased urinary excretion and amniotic fluid volume in fetuses from mothers receiving ethanol during the organogenic period.