+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

Amino acid changes during rooting of pineapple propagule

, : Amino acid changes during rooting of pineapple propagule. Indian Journal of Plant Physiology 30(2): 220-222

The changes in free amino acids at the shoot tip of Ananas comosus following planting of propagule have been interpreted in relation to biochemical events attendant on rooting.


Other references

Kanki, J.P.; Kuwada, J.Y., 2000: Growth cones utilize both widespread and local directional cues in the zebrafish brain. The distribution of cues that provide directional information for specific growth cones in the zebrafish brain was functionally assayed by transplanting epiphysial neurons to ectopic locations in the embryonic brain followed by determining the pat...

Lim, A.Ing.; Tang, S.C.W.; Lai, K.Neng.; Leung, J.C.K., 2013: Kidney injury molecule-1: more than just an injury marker of tubular epithelial cells?. Regardless of the original causes and etiology, the progression to renal function declines follows a final common pathway associated with tubulointerstitial injury, in which the proximal tubular epithelial cells (PTEC) are instrumental. Kidney inj...

Bleumink Pluym, N., 1995: Taylorella equigenitalis: epidemiology and pathogenicity. The author was part of a team at the Utrecht Veterinary Faculty which investigated the phylogenetic position of T. equigenitalis, genomic restriction endonuclease fragments, a polymerase chain reaction, comparison of strains in cell culture, and p...

Anonymous, 1966: Eighteenth annual report, 1965-66. The report includes brief details of some research projects carried out by the Division of Dairy Research, a full list of papers published by the Division during the year and accounts for the year ended 30th June 1966.

Loeb, 1988: Electromagnetic characteristics of the dynamics of a self-gravitating quasineutral plasma. Physical Review. D, Particles and Fields 37(12): 3484-3494

Pedelacq, J-Denis.; Nguyen, H.B.; Cabantous, S.; Mark, B.L.; Listwan, P.; Bell, C.; Friedland, N.; Lockard, M.; Faille, A.; Mourey, L.; Terwilliger, T.C.; Waldo, G.S., 2011: Experimental mapping of soluble protein domains using a hierarchical approach. Exploring the function and 3D space of large multidomain protein targets often requires sophisticated experimentation to obtain the targets in a form suitable for structure determination. Screening methods capable of selecting well-expressed, solu...

Thompson, J.T.; Glaser, B.M., 1984: Effect of lensectomy on the movement of tracers from vitreous to aqueous. To investigate the effect of extracapsular lensectomy with posterior capsulotomy, 20,000- and 70,000-dalton dextran was injected into the vitreous of rabbits. The concentration of the 20,000-dalton dextran in the aqueous of aphakic eyes was 14-fol...

Lefebure David V., 1998: British Columbia mineral deposit profiles. Geological Fieldwork: 24a.1-24a.2. 1998.

Pirro A.F., 1975: The simple cinematic chains. Anatomical Record 181(2): 451

Poretskiy, M.S.; Chichinin, A.I.; Maul, C.; Gericke, K-H., 2016: Double-arm three-dimensional ion imaging apparatus for the study of ion pair channels in resonance enhanced multiphoton ionization. We present a novel experimental configuration for the full quantitative characterization of the multichannel resonance enhanced multiphoton ionization (REMPI) of small molecules in cases when the ion-pair dissociation channel is important. For thi...