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Dormancy is a period in an organism's life cycle when growth, development, and (in animals) physical activity is temporarily suspended. This minimizes metabolic activity and therefore helps an organism to conserve energy. Dormancy tends to be closely associated with...
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(Redirected from Seed dormancy) Jump to: navigation, search ... Morphological dormancy where germination is prevented due to morphological ...
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Species that have well developed dormancy needs cannot be tricked out of them. ... Plants begin entering dormancy by setting buds in mid to late summer. ...
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'The Seed Biology Place' - Website Gerhard Leubner seed biology lab: seed germination, dormancy, after-ripening, ß-1,3-glucanase, endosperm weakening, seed ...
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Everything you need to know about Venus Fly Trap dormancy. ... During dormancy, Venus Flytraps can survive without any light, but this isn't optimal. ...
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Definition of dormancy from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.
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Information about dormancy in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. ... dormancy - a state of quiet (but possibly temporary) inaction; "the volcano ...
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... on Corn seed and HPV Dormancy Period ... Plant dormancy. Maize Plant. Soybean seed. Germination. Plant growth ... © 2009 dormancy.com. All Rights ...
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Seed dormancy is nature's way of setting a time clock that allows seeds to ... Seed Scarification -- Seed coat (external dormancy) results from a seed's hard ...
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higher plants as regards survival; dormancy and germination ... dispersing in late fall to early spring, dormancy is an acquired ...
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Bonsai, News, Articles, Photos, and Events ... Dormancy is a phase in plant development which allows a plant to survive harsh climatic periods. ...
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Seed dormancy is a complex issue and here you will find the basics of why seeds may be dormant. ... There are many types of seed dormancy. ...
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Abstract and Introduction: There are several mechanisms that may explain cancer dormancy and provide therapeutic opportunities to target cancer cells.
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