from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to phytogeny; of vegetable or plant origin.
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This results in the building, at about 1-3 centimeters (cm) per year, of phytogenetic travertine (calcareous tufa) barriers which have created lakes of various sizes linked by cascades and waterfalls, some up to 25 m in height.
Due to the proximity to Africa, its unique level phytogenetic diversity is close to that of continental ecosystems and it has the most diverse high-mountain ecosystem of any Atlantic island.
The PAP urged African states to reinforce national laws on the dissemination, storage, marketing and use of plant material, and requested the African Union (AU) to create a phytogenetic (plant genetic) bank.
Modern biotechnology could constitute a path for economic development and the fulfillment of many food, energy, and health needs of South countries, which possess ecosystems with the greatest biodiversity and the majority of the so-called centers of phytogenetic diversity.
Different initiatives by the FAO aimed at protecting free access to the phytogenetic resources have interfered with the interests of multinational corporations and the industrialized countries.
These updated data will include more extensive phytogenetic and molecular response data on Ponatnib as well as duration of response to therapy.