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  • Sporogenesis (Urza's Saga) - Gatherer - Magic: The Gathering

    Sporogenesis (Urza's Saga) - Gatherer - Magic: The Gathering

    When Sporogenesis leaves the battlefield, remove all fungus counters from all creatures.http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=5750
  • Sporogenesis - Agriinfo.in

    Sporogenesis - Agriinfo.in

    Current Category » Principles of Plant Breeding. Sporogenesis. Production of microspore and megaspore is known as Sporogenesis. Microspore i.e pollen grains are ...http://www.agriinfo.in/default.aspx?page=topic&superid=3&topicid=1738
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    Full text of "Sporogenesis in bacteria : a study of ...

    Full text of "Sporogenesis in bacteria : a study of techniques" SPOROGENESIS IN BaCTERIa A STUDY OF TECHNIQUES by RAMESH LALMWBOTRA Graduate Bihar ...http://archive.org/stream/sporogenesisinba00mehr/sporogenesisinba00mehr_djvu.txt
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    Spore formation - definition of Spore formation by The ...

    The persistence of infection might be explained by a questionable initial antimicrobial drug regimen but also by spore formation and/or poor diffusion of ...http://www.thefreedictionary.com/Spore+formation
  • Spore - Biology-Online Dictionary - Life Science Reference ...

    Spore - Biology-Online Dictionary - Life Science Reference ...

    Definition. noun, plural: spores. A dormant, reproductive cell formed by certain organisms. It is thick-walled and highly resistant to survive under unfavorable ...http://www.biology-online.org/dictionary/Spore
  • Plant Developmental Biology: Ovule Development

    Plant Developmental Biology: Ovule Development

    Regulating Proxima-Distal and Adaxial-Abaxial Patterning during early Ovule Development. Ovules are the major female reproductive organs of higher plants.http://plantdev.bio.wzw.tum.de/index.php?id=58
  • Spoor | Define Spoor at Dictionary.com

    Spoor | Define Spoor at Dictionary.com

    noun 1. a track or trail, especially that of a wild animal pursued as game. verb (used with object), verb (used without object) 2. to track by or follow a spoor.http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/spoor?s=t
  • Sporadically | Define Sporadically at Dictionary.com

    Sporadically | Define Sporadically at Dictionary.com

    So far, the omens remain poor, though informal contacts are said to have been sporadically opened. Redwood cones, oddly enough, are tiny-the size of an olive-and may ...http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/sporadically

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