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Abnormal and pathological plant growth report of symposium held August 3 to 5, 1953. by Brookhaven Symposium in Biology (6th 1953)

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Published by Biology Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory in Upton(N. Y.) .
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Abnormal and Pathological Plant Growth: Report of Symposium Held August , [Brookhaven National Laboratory, Sparrow, A. H., Caldecott, R. S.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Abnormal and Pathological Plant Growth: Report of Symposium Held August , Author: Brookhaven National Laboratory. Abnormal plant growth manifests as far-reaching permanent changes induced by physical means such as wounding and irradiation, by chemical means with growth hormones, and by external agents such as. As noted in previous chapters, these controls have also proved powerful in the developmental analysis of individual plant organs. Abnormal plant growth manifests as far-reaching permanent changes induced by physical means such as wounding and irradiation, by chemical means with growth hormones, and by external agents such as viruses, bacteria Author: V. Raghavan. Part of the Handbuch der Pflanzenphysiologie / Encyclopedia of Plant Physiology book series (, volume 15) In such case we speak of abnormal, atypical or pathological growth, Braun, A.C.: Studies on the origin and development of plant teratomas incited by the crown-gall bacterium. Amer. J. Bot. 35, – Cited by: 4.

  Abnormal doesn't mean bad, it just means unusual and, of course [Nazi analogy guy] can mean good. And in our society, pathological (as in, definitely bad for you, me, everybody) are sadly any thing but abnormal. Infinite growth on a finite planet, anyone? Abnormal and Pathological Plant Growth. Brookhaven Symposia in Biology, No. 6. Pp. , illustrated. Brookhaven National Laboratory, Office of Technical Services, Dept. of Commerce, Washington, 25 D.C. Price $ This is the report of a symposium held during in the Biology Department of the Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, New York. Forest Pathology Lectures. This book explains the following topics in plant pathology: Abiotic, Wildlife and Decline Agents, Fungi Basics, Wood Decays, Root Diseases, Wilts and Cankers, Stem Rusts, Foliar Disease, Cone, Seed, Nursery and Mycorrhizae, Dwarf Mistletoes, Pathological Thinking. Abnormal Plant Growths. STUDY. Flashcards. Learn. Write. Spell. Test. PLAY. Match. Gravity. Created by. jamesonlinger. Terms in this set (7) Types of abnormal growths. galls, witches brooms, and burls. Galls. a plant growth or knob formed around eggs and/or larva of parasites on the plant after the plant recognizes the presence of the parasite.

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