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The what, when & how of seedling growth regulation.
Photomorphogenesis has two stages. First, seedlings detect light and open their embryonic leaves (cotyledons). Second, seedlings optimize their light environment by regulated elongation of the embryonic stem (hypocotyl). Several hormones, including auxin, brassinosteroids (BR) and gibberellins (GA), orchestrate the growth of ...
Tolerances and responses of seagrasses to hydrogen sulfide and implications to ecology and restoration
Predicting an individual or species response to climate change, ecosystem disruptions or any environmental change is highly problematic and often requires assumptions. Currently Zostera marina (eelgrass) and other seagrasses have undergone extensive changes within their ecosystems much of which has effected there population ...