Plants, chemicals, and growth [by] F.C. Steward and A.D. Krikorian.

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Steward. A.D. Krikorian's 69 research works with 1, citations and 1, reads, including: Changes in plant medium composition after a spaceflight experiment: Potassium levels are of special interest. Steward delivered The Royal Society's Croonian Lecture in on "From cultured cells to whole plants: the induction and control of their growth and morphogenesis".

[8] He wrote more than scientific journal articles and several books and was an editor and contributor to the 10 volumes and 15 books of "Plant Physiology: A Treatise.

f.c. steward, a.d. krikorian. Problems of Integration and Organization: Control Mechanisms11The writing of this chapter arose naturally from other collaboration and other studies with which the authors were both familiar—and in part it may even be viewed as a sequel to the work “Plants, Chemicals and Growth” ()—it is, therefore.

The unsorted material is composed of: circa 90 off-prints articles from botany journals; spring-file containingThe effect of the relative length of the light period on the growth of the cucumber; correspondence; off-prints; 3 volumes notebooks with notes and calculations; list of publications by M.

Yeoman; 5 files containing unfinished manuscripts ofPlant growth; miscellaneous files with. Krikorian AD, Kelly K, Smith, DL () Hormones in plant tissue culture and propagation. In: Davies PJ (ed) Plant Hormones and their Role in Plant Growth and development, pp.

– Martinus Nijhoff/Dr. Junk, Dordrecht, Netherlands. Google Scholar. Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Krikorian, Yervant Hovhannes, ; Format: Book; 98 p. 24 cm. growth and organization in cultured cells: sequential and synergistic effects of growth‐regulating substances *.

Steward himself is a co-author of each of the other two chapters, with A. D. Krikorian for that on biochemical differentiation and with M. O. Mapes and P. V.

Ammirato on growth and morphogenesis morphogenesis Subject Category: Miscellaneous.Abstract. This paper recognizes that mature living cells throughout the carrot plant remain capable, with appropriate stimuli, of growth even though this would not occur in situ (Steward and Caplin.

; Steward et al., ).This renewed growth is due to substances which act singly, synergistically or sequentially and meet the exogenous requirements that satisfy endogenous limitations upon.The first attempts to culture free plant cells utilized mechanically isolated ones.

Although fairly intensive efforts were made by Gottlieb Haberlandt in and (Krikorian & Berquam,