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In biology and especially botany, indeterminate growth refers to growth that is not terminated in contrast to determinate growth that stops once a genetically pre-determined structure has completely formed. Thus, a plant that grows and produces flowers and fruit until...
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Aspects of the topic determinate-growth are discussed in the following places at Britannica. Assorted References hair on mammals ( in mammal: Skin and hair ) Continuous growth of hair (indeterminate), as seen on the heads of humans, is rare among mammals. Hairs with determinate growth are subject to wear and must be replaced periodically—a process termed...
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They are classified as having a determinate growth habit. ... fall somewhere between these two growth habits and are called semi-determinate. ...
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Determinate root growth implies that the root apical meristem (RAM) becomes exhausted. ... two types of determinate growth: constitutive where determinacy is ...
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... sigmoid pattern of determinate growth, the beta growth function', is presented. ... is unique for dealing with determinate growth, and is more suitable than other ...
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Soybean Growth and Management Quick Guide -- vegetative growth stages, ... as indeterminate, semi-determinate or determinate in growth in the United States. ...
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... organs characterized by defined developmental destiny and determinate growth. ... determinate growth) to acquire properties of indefinite growth ...
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For species with determinate growth (that is, reaching a mature size before ... We have limited our analysis to the case of determinate growth. ...
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... three different growth habits: determinate, indeterminate, and semi-determinate. ... Examples of this type of growth habit include Big Beef (most of the beefsteak ...
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Growth, hormones, and plant responses to stimuli. ... Plant growth can be determinate or indeterminate, meaning some plants will have ...
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Definition of determinate growth from Webster's New World College Dictionary. ... August 11th, 2009, from www.yourdictionary.com/determinate-growth. Comments: ...
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C.L. Fornari, master gardener, explains the coding on tomato plants ... Determinate - A plant whose stem growth is arrested by a terminal flower that ...
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... definitions, audio pronunciations, and spellings for determinate in the free online American Heritage ... of an axis: determinate growth. ETYMOLOGY: ...
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... through a pattern of branch origination and determinate growth in which ... branch growth rates were lower on larger colonies, leading to determinate colony ...
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