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Sex modification

In general, photoperiodic treatment which causes early and heavy flowering also promotes female sex expression as against male; also, factors which raise the auxin levels available at the differentiating apex promote femaleness and suppress maleness. Similar effects are produced in cucumber by exposure to atmospheres containing low percentages of carbon monoxide. This article summarizes the evidence concerning the modification of sex expression in the sporophytes of flowering plants by external agencies, excluding those which act through genetical paths. In general, photoperiodic treatment which causes early and heavy flowering also promotes female sex expression as against male; also, factors which raise the auxin levels available at the differentiating apex promote femaleness and suppress maleness. Certain forms of mutilation affect sex expression. Severe mutilation involving the regeneration of new leading shoots during recovery may lead to later anomalies in sex expression in a number of monoecious and dioecious species. The interrelationships of the hypothetical flowering hormone florigen , auxin and plant sexuality are discussed. Much of the existing evidence would be explained by the assumption that the growth of stamen and pistil primordia is governed by auxin in the characteristic manner, the response following an optimum curve. In general: A rationalization of two apparently contradictory responses along these lines would permit the formulation of an hypothesis that floral organogenesis is regulated, although not determined, by auxin levels at the apex. The reduction of leaf surface and of volume of storage tissue militates against female sex expression in one genus of monoecious aroids. Sex modification



A rationalization of two apparently contradictory responses along these lines would permit the formulation of an hypothesis that floral organogenesis is regulated, although not determined, by auxin levels at the apex. The interrelationships of the hypothetical flowering hormone florigen , auxin and plant sexuality are discussed. A rationalization of two apparently contradictory responses along these lines would permit the formulation of an hypothesis that floral organogenesis is regulated, although not determined, by auxin levels at the apex. Similar effects are produced in cucumber by exposure to atmospheres containing low percentages of carbon monoxide. It is through these agencies that the sex balance of the flowers may be modified. Certain forms of mutilation affect sex expression. Similar effects are produced in cucumber by exposure to atmospheres containing low percentages of carbon monoxide. Number of times cited according to CrossRef: It seems probable, however, that while low auxin levels may be necessary for the initiation of flowering, auxin is necessary for flower development after the formation of the primordia. It seems probable, however, that while low auxin levels may be necessary for the initiation of flowering, auxin is necessary for flower development after the formation of the primordia. Sporophyte sex expression may be modified through certain chemical agencies. Log out of ReadCube. The reduction of leaf surface and of volume of storage tissue militates against female sex expression in one genus of monoecious aroids. The reduction of leaf surface and of volume of storage tissue militates against female sex expression in one genus of monoecious aroids. In some plants it is probable that this level is susceptible to control in the apex by influences such as temperature, and through the auxin economy of the whole plant, by such factors as nutrition and photoperiodism. The interrelationships of the hypothetical flowering hormone florigen , auxin and plant sexuality are discussed.

Sex modification



The interrelationships of the hypothetical flowering hormone florigen , auxin and plant sexuality are discussed. Certain forms of mutilation affect sex expression. Log out of ReadCube. Similar effects are produced in cucumber by exposure to atmospheres containing low percentages of carbon monoxide. In general, photoperiodic treatment which causes early and heavy flowering also promotes female sex expression as against male; also, factors which raise the auxin levels available at the differentiating apex promote femaleness and suppress maleness. Severe mutilation involving the regeneration of new leading shoots during recovery may lead to later anomalies in sex expression in a number of monoecious and dioecious species. Sporophyte sex expression may be modified through certain chemical agencies. Similar effects are produced in cucumber by exposure to atmospheres containing low percentages of carbon monoxide. A rationalization of two apparently contradictory responses along these lines would permit the formulation of an hypothesis that floral organogenesis is regulated, although not determined, by auxin levels at the apex. It seems probable, however, that while low auxin levels may be necessary for the initiation of flowering, auxin is necessary for flower development after the formation of the primordia. In general: A rationalization of two apparently contradictory responses along these lines would permit the formulation of an hypothesis that floral organogenesis is regulated, although not determined, by auxin levels at the apex. Severe mutilation involving the regeneration of new leading shoots during recovery may lead to later anomalies in sex expression in a number of monoecious and dioecious species. Low levels of light intensity during growth may also inhibit staminal development. In grafting experiments with dioecious species, no authentic cases of the influence of a stock of one sex upon the sexuality of a scion genetically of the other have been recorded.



































Sex modification



The reduction of leaf surface and of volume of storage tissue militates against female sex expression in one genus of monoecious aroids. In general: A rationalization of two apparently contradictory responses along these lines would permit the formulation of an hypothesis that floral organogenesis is regulated, although not determined, by auxin levels at the apex. In some plants it is probable that this level is susceptible to control in the apex by influences such as temperature, and through the auxin economy of the whole plant, by such factors as nutrition and photoperiodism. Sporophyte sex expression may be modified through certain chemical agencies. In one experiment with Melandrium dioicum, the animal sex hormones have been shown to affect sexuality, oestrone, oestradiol and oestradiolbenzoate promoting the development of pistillate structures in the flower, and testosterone and testosterone propionate of staminate. In grafting experiments with dioecious species, no authentic cases of the influence of a stock of one sex upon the sexuality of a scion genetically of the other have been recorded. It seems that the concentration causing maximal stamen growth is lower than that promoting maximal pistil growth, so that auxin level at the differentiating apex determines the sex balance of the flowers produced. This article summarizes the evidence concerning the modification of sex expression in the sporophytes of flowering plants by external agencies, excluding those which act through genetical paths. Similar effects are produced in cucumber by exposure to atmospheres containing low percentages of carbon monoxide. Low levels of light intensity during growth may also inhibit staminal development. Much of the existing evidence would be explained by the assumption that the growth of stamen and pistil primordia is governed by auxin in the characteristic manner, the response following an optimum curve.

Severe mutilation involving the regeneration of new leading shoots during recovery may lead to later anomalies in sex expression in a number of monoecious and dioecious species. This article summarizes the evidence concerning the modification of sex expression in the sporophytes of flowering plants by external agencies, excluding those which act through genetical paths. Number of times cited according to CrossRef: Sporophyte sex expression may be modified through certain chemical agencies. It is through these agencies that the sex balance of the flowers may be modified. Similar effects are produced in cucumber by exposure to atmospheres containing low percentages of carbon monoxide. Number of times cited according to CrossRef: The interrelationships of the hypothetical flowering hormone florigen , auxin and plant sexuality are discussed. It is through these agencies that the sex balance of the flowers may be modified. In one experiment with Melandrium dioicum, the animal sex hormones have been shown to affect sexuality, oestrone, oestradiol and oestradiolbenzoate promoting the development of pistillate structures in the flower, and testosterone and testosterone propionate of staminate. The reduction of leaf surface and of volume of storage tissue militates against female sex expression in one genus of monoecious aroids. Similar effects are produced in cucumber by exposure to atmospheres containing low percentages of carbon monoxide. It seems that the concentration causing maximal stamen growth is lower than that promoting maximal pistil growth, so that auxin level at the differentiating apex determines the sex balance of the flowers produced. The interrelationships of the hypothetical flowering hormone florigen , auxin and plant sexuality are discussed. The reduction of leaf surface and of volume of storage tissue militates against female sex expression in one genus of monoecious aroids. Much of the existing evidence would be explained by the assumption that the growth of stamen and pistil primordia is governed by auxin in the characteristic manner, the response following an optimum curve. This article summarizes the evidence concerning the modification of sex expression in the sporophytes of flowering plants by external agencies, excluding those which act through genetical paths. In grafting experiments with dioecious species, no authentic cases of the influence of a stock of one sex upon the sexuality of a scion genetically of the other have been recorded. In general: In some plants it is probable that this level is susceptible to control in the apex by influences such as temperature, and through the auxin economy of the whole plant, by such factors as nutrition and photoperiodism. It seems that the concentration causing maximal stamen growth is lower than that promoting maximal pistil growth, so that auxin level at the differentiating apex determines the sex balance of the flowers produced. A rationalization of two apparently contradictory responses along these lines would permit the formulation of an hypothesis that floral organogenesis is regulated, although not determined, by auxin levels at the apex. Severe mutilation involving the regeneration of new leading shoots during recovery may lead to later anomalies in sex expression in a number of monoecious and dioecious species. Sex modification



In grafting experiments with dioecious species, no authentic cases of the influence of a stock of one sex upon the sexuality of a scion genetically of the other have been recorded. Much of the existing evidence would be explained by the assumption that the growth of stamen and pistil primordia is governed by auxin in the characteristic manner, the response following an optimum curve. In general, photoperiodic treatment which causes early and heavy flowering also promotes female sex expression as against male; also, factors which raise the auxin levels available at the differentiating apex promote femaleness and suppress maleness. It seems that the concentration causing maximal stamen growth is lower than that promoting maximal pistil growth, so that auxin level at the differentiating apex determines the sex balance of the flowers produced. A rationalization of two apparently contradictory responses along these lines would permit the formulation of an hypothesis that floral organogenesis is regulated, although not determined, by auxin levels at the apex. Certain forms of mutilation affect sex expression. In some plants it is probable that this level is susceptible to control in the apex by influences such as temperature, and through the auxin economy of the whole plant, by such factors as nutrition and photoperiodism. The reduction of leaf surface and of volume of storage tissue militates against female sex expression in one genus of monoecious aroids. Similar effects are produced in cucumber by exposure to atmospheres containing low percentages of carbon monoxide. The interrelationships of the hypothetical flowering hormone florigen , auxin and plant sexuality are discussed. This article summarizes the evidence concerning the modification of sex expression in the sporophytes of flowering plants by external agencies, excluding those which act through genetical paths. Low levels of light intensity during growth may also inhibit staminal development. In some plants it is probable that this level is susceptible to control in the apex by influences such as temperature, and through the auxin economy of the whole plant, by such factors as nutrition and photoperiodism. In grafting experiments with dioecious species, no authentic cases of the influence of a stock of one sex upon the sexuality of a scion genetically of the other have been recorded. In general: It is through these agencies that the sex balance of the flowers may be modified. In one experiment with Melandrium dioicum, the animal sex hormones have been shown to affect sexuality, oestrone, oestradiol and oestradiolbenzoate promoting the development of pistillate structures in the flower, and testosterone and testosterone propionate of staminate. In general: It seems probable, however, that while low auxin levels may be necessary for the initiation of flowering, auxin is necessary for flower development after the formation of the primordia. It is through these agencies that the sex balance of the flowers may be modified. In general, photoperiodic treatment which causes early and heavy flowering also promotes female sex expression as against male; also, factors which raise the auxin levels available at the differentiating apex promote femaleness and suppress maleness. It seems that the concentration causing maximal stamen growth is lower than that promoting maximal pistil growth, so that auxin level at the differentiating apex determines the sex balance of the flowers produced. In one experiment with Melandrium dioicum, the animal sex hormones have been shown to affect sexuality, oestrone, oestradiol and oestradiolbenzoate promoting the development of pistillate structures in the flower, and testosterone and testosterone propionate of staminate. Log out of ReadCube. The reduction of leaf surface and of volume of storage tissue militates against female sex expression in one genus of monoecious aroids. Certain forms of mutilation affect sex expression.

Sex modification



In some plants it is probable that this level is susceptible to control in the apex by influences such as temperature, and through the auxin economy of the whole plant, by such factors as nutrition and photoperiodism. Certain forms of mutilation affect sex expression. The interrelationships of the hypothetical flowering hormone florigen , auxin and plant sexuality are discussed. This article summarizes the evidence concerning the modification of sex expression in the sporophytes of flowering plants by external agencies, excluding those which act through genetical paths. Low levels of light intensity during growth may also inhibit staminal development. In general: Severe mutilation involving the regeneration of new leading shoots during recovery may lead to later anomalies in sex expression in a number of monoecious and dioecious species. The reduction of leaf surface and of volume of storage tissue militates against female sex expression in one genus of monoecious aroids. Log out of ReadCube. Number of times cited according to CrossRef: In one experiment with Melandrium dioicum, the animal sex hormones have been shown to affect sexuality, oestrone, oestradiol and oestradiolbenzoate promoting the development of pistillate structures in the flower, and testosterone and testosterone propionate of staminate. It seems that the concentration causing maximal stamen growth is lower than that promoting maximal pistil growth, so that auxin level at the differentiating apex determines the sex balance of the flowers produced. It seems probable, however, that while low auxin levels may be necessary for the initiation of flowering, auxin is necessary for flower development after the formation of the primordia. In general, photoperiodic treatment which causes early and heavy flowering also promotes female sex expression as against male; also, factors which raise the auxin levels available at the differentiating apex promote femaleness and suppress maleness. Much of the existing evidence would be explained by the assumption that the growth of stamen and pistil primordia is governed by auxin in the characteristic manner, the response following an optimum curve. In grafting experiments with dioecious species, no authentic cases of the influence of a stock of one sex upon the sexuality of a scion genetically of the other have been recorded. It is through these agencies that the sex balance of the flowers may be modified. It seems that the concentration causing maximal stamen growth is lower than that promoting maximal pistil growth, so that auxin level at the differentiating apex determines the sex balance of the flowers produced. Similar effects are produced in cucumber by exposure to atmospheres containing low percentages of carbon monoxide. A rationalization of two apparently contradictory responses along these lines would permit the formulation of an hypothesis that floral organogenesis is regulated, although not determined, by auxin levels at the apex. A rationalization of two apparently contradictory responses along these lines would permit the formulation of an hypothesis that floral organogenesis is regulated, although not determined, by auxin levels at the apex. Much of the existing evidence would be explained by the assumption that the growth of stamen and pistil primordia is governed by auxin in the characteristic manner, the response following an optimum curve. Number of times cited according to CrossRef: Certain forms of mutilation affect sex expression. In some plants it is probable that this level is susceptible to control in the apex by influences such as temperature, and through the auxin economy of the whole plant, by such factors as nutrition and photoperiodism. The reduction of leaf surface and of volume of storage tissue militates against female sex expression in one genus of monoecious aroids. Sporophyte sex expression may be modified through certain chemical agencies. The interrelationships of the hypothetical flowering hormone florigen , auxin and plant sexuality are discussed. Similar effects are produced in cucumber by exposure to atmospheres containing low percentages of carbon monoxide. In grafting experiments with dioecious species, no authentic cases of the influence of a stock of one sex upon the sexuality of a scion genetically of the other have been recorded.





In grafting experiments with dioecious species, no authentic cases of the influence of a stock of one sex upon the sexuality of a scion genetically of the other have been recorded. In general: In general: Similar effects are produced in cucumber by exposure to atmospheres containing low percentages of carbon monoxide. In general, photoperiodic treatment which causes early and heavy flowering also promotes female sex expression as against male; also, factors which raise the auxin levels available at the differentiating apex promote femaleness and suppress maleness. It seems probable, however, that while low auxin levels may be necessary for the initiation of flowering, auxin is necessary for flower development after the formation of the primordia. This article summarizes the evidence concerning the modification of sex expression in the sporophytes of flowering plants by external agencies, excluding those which act through genetical paths. The interrelationships of the hypothetical flowering hormone florigen , auxin and plant sexuality are discussed. It seems that the concentration causing maximal stamen growth is lower than that promoting maximal pistil growth, so that auxin level at the differentiating apex determines the sex balance of the flowers produced. Log out of ReadCube. Number of times cited according to CrossRef: Much of the existing evidence would be explained by the assumption that the growth of stamen and pistil primordia is governed by auxin in the characteristic manner, the response following an optimum curve. Number of times cited according to CrossRef: It seems that the concentration causing maximal stamen growth is lower than that promoting maximal pistil growth, so that auxin level at the differentiating apex determines the sex balance of the flowers produced. Low levels of light intensity during growth may also inhibit staminal development. This article summarizes the evidence concerning the modification of sex expression in the sporophytes of flowering plants by external agencies, excluding those which act through genetical paths. In some plants it is probable that this level is susceptible to control in the apex by influences such as temperature, and through the auxin economy of the whole plant, by such factors as nutrition and photoperiodism. In one experiment with Melandrium dioicum, the animal sex hormones have been shown to affect sexuality, oestrone, oestradiol and oestradiolbenzoate promoting the development of pistillate structures in the flower, and testosterone and testosterone propionate of staminate. Low levels of light intensity during growth may also inhibit staminal development. Certain forms of mutilation affect sex expression.

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