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This paper was carried out in order to study the physiological behavior of umbu plants propagated by seeds and by stem cuttings, under progressive soil water stress, based on leaf water potential and gas exchange measurements.
The overwhelming majority, 95 percent or more, are Appendix-II artificially propagated species and their hybrids, comprising several popular genera.
Fig trees are propagated by taking 8- to 12-inch-long woody shoots in December.
Gay and lesbian people have mysteriously propagated for thousands of years without benefit of hand-me-down DNA.
In Hawaii, a man named Keith Robinson, who has one of the most successful records in that state for saving endangered plants, has halted major efforts to save rare plants and is allowing many of the species he propagated to die of neglect because of government interference and the likelihood of attacks by so-called environmentalists wielding provisions of the Endangered Species Act.
Instead, the researchers argue, seismic shock waves from the Shoemaker impact propagated straight through the asteroid, shaking the craters into formless rubble.
He says growing Canada yew should be no more expensive than most other crops in a regular plantation, the main expense being getting the plants propagated to eventually produce a plant in the $2 to $3 range.
AE waves generated on the quarter-point of the radius (point A) of the inside surface of the tank bottom plate: Confirm the propagation conditions of the AE waves that are propagated on the tank bottom and wall plates from point A on inside the tank bottom.
50]) of Vero E6 propagated Urbani SARS-CoV per bird in a volume of 0.
Start with some of your favorite garden flowers: echinacea, which I value as a medicinal herb, can easily be propagated from the dried seed-heads, clearly visible ms a black, spiny crown on the dried flower stalk.
50 trees propagated from the 1,500-year-old ornamental tree known as "Usuzumi Zakura," a National Natural Treasure of Japan.
Can also be propagated from cuttings or root division.