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jaggery solution: a solution of unrefined country sugar (gur, jaggery) which can be used as a sticker on seeds before treatment with biofertilizer seed meth

jarovization >>> vernalization

jasmonate(s): a group of cyclopentanone derivatives, originate biosynthetically from linolenic acid via and inducible octadecanoid pathway consisting of at least seven enzymatic steps; the end product is (+)-7-iso-jasmonic acid, a physiologically active substance that is rapidly converted to its stereoisomer, stable (–)-jasmonic acid chem phys

jasmonic acid: it is distributed throughout higher plants, synthesized from linolenic acid via the octaadecanoic pathway; an important role seems to be its operation as a “master switch,” responsible for the activation of signal transduction pathways in response to predation and pathogen attack; proteins encoded by jasmonate-induced genes include enzymes of alkaloid and phytoalexin synthesis, storage proteins, cell wall constituents, and stress protectants; the wound-induced formation of proteinase inhibitors is an example, in which jasmonic acid combines with abscisic acid and ethylene to protect the plant from predation chem phys

http://www.plantstress.com

joining segment: a small DNA segment that links genes to yield a functional gene encoding an immunogobulin gene

joint >>> node

jointing stage: in cereals, the growth stage at which the first stem node is visible above ground bot

J-root: seedling roots planted in a manner that forms a J-shaped configuration in the planting slit; such seedlings may grow poorly or die fore hort

jumbo pollen: it refers to a pollen trait in diploid alfalfa; homozygous recessive (jpjp) plants are characterized by the complete failure of post-meiotic cytokinesis during microsporogenesis resulting in 100% 4n-pollen formation cyto gene

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