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Determinate vs Indeterminate Growth by Herman Israelsson
Determinate vs Indeterminate Growth by Herman Israelsson
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Biology Plant Growth & Development part 2 (Determinate & indeterminate growth) CBSE class 11 XI
Biology Plant Growth & Development part 2 (Determinate & indeterminate growth) CBSE class 11 XI
DATE: 2015/02/07::
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An Indeterminate Growth
An Indeterminate Growth
DATE: 2008/09/02::
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Staking Large Indeterminate Tomatoes: A 3 Stake Method - The Rusted Garden 2013
Staking Large Indeterminate Tomatoes: A 3 Stake Method - The Rusted Garden 2013
DATE: 2013/05/26::
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Pruning Indeterminate Tomatoes in Containers and Identifying Tomato
Pruning Indeterminate Tomatoes in Containers and Identifying Tomato 'Suckers'
DATE: 2013/05/09::
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Tomatoes- Determinate and Indeterminate Types
Tomatoes- Determinate and Indeterminate Types
DATE: 2012/03/23::
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Tomatoes, determinate, indeterminate, How to prune, I love Tomatos, Grow someplace Garden
Tomatoes, determinate, indeterminate, How to prune, I love Tomatos, Grow someplace Garden
DATE: 2013/07/27::
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1 Original bag NX rare perennial indeterminate gro
1 Original bag NX rare perennial indeterminate gro
DATE: 2015/04/20::
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How to side shoot, pinch out, prune your indeterminate tomato plants
How to side shoot, pinch out, prune your indeterminate tomato plants
DATE: 2013/06/10::
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Reproduction investment in indeterminate spawners may be estimated from growth
Reproduction investment in indeterminate spawners may be estimated from growth
DATE: 2012/01/25::
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How to Prune Indeterminate Tomatoes : Garden Space
How to Prune Indeterminate Tomatoes : Garden Space
DATE: 2013/08/23::
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PLANT KINGDOM
PLANT KINGDOM
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Introduction to L
Introduction to L'Hopital's Rule
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The Largest Carnivorous Predator In Prehistory ( Shastasaurus )
The Largest Carnivorous Predator In Prehistory ( Shastasaurus )
DATE: 2010/03/22::
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Plants are Intelligent living things - In the Minds Of Plants Documentary
Plants are Intelligent living things - In the Minds Of Plants Documentary
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Mild Peppers and Cherry Tomatoes - Joey Williamson
Mild Peppers and Cherry Tomatoes - Joey Williamson
DATE: 2009/09/24::
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Basic Information for Growing Determinate Tomatoes in Your Garden - The Rusted Garden 2013
Basic Information for Growing Determinate Tomatoes in Your Garden - The Rusted Garden 2013
DATE: 2013/05/02::
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Jail fail UK overcrowded prisons, indeterminate sentencing slammed
Jail fail UK overcrowded prisons, indeterminate sentencing slammed
DATE: 2012/09/18::
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Tomato Plant Profile - Juliet Roma Grape
Tomato Plant Profile - Juliet Roma Grape
DATE: 2014/09/07::
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L
L'Hospital's Rule - Indeterminate Differences
DATE: 2009/02/07::
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L
L'Hospital's Rule - Indeterminate Quotients
DATE: 2012/05/03::
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natural plants with natural nature
natural plants with natural nature
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So You Broke Your Tomato Plant
So You Broke Your Tomato Plant
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Romantic Flowers from Paris
Romantic Flowers from Paris
DATE: 2015/03/03::
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How To Prune Tomatoes
How To Prune Tomatoes
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L
L'Hospitals Rule - Indeterminate Powers
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L
L'Hospital's Rule - Indeterminate Products
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Botany
Botany
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Time Lapse of Tomatoes Growing Under the Extreme Veg Light for 3 Days
Time Lapse of Tomatoes Growing Under the Extreme Veg Light for 3 Days
DATE: 2014/03/24::
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How to: Properly water your plants (THE RIGHT WAY)
How to: Properly water your plants (THE RIGHT WAY)
DATE: 2013/08/28::
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Time Lapse of Tomatoes Growing Under the Extreme Veg Light for 24 hours
Time Lapse of Tomatoes Growing Under the Extreme Veg Light for 24 hours
DATE: 2014/03/24::
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Der pilz im meer - Tarkatak
Der pilz im meer - Tarkatak
DATE: 2012/09/16::
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The Difference between Indeterminate and Determinate Tomato Plants with California Gardener
The Difference between Indeterminate and Determinate Tomato Plants with California Gardener
DATE: 2013/05/18::
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Suckering Tomato Plants
Suckering Tomato Plants
DATE: 2010/09/25::
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DEADLY PLANTS -- FAK #30
DEADLY PLANTS -- FAK #30
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Tachigali vs. Dicymbe
Tachigali vs. Dicymbe
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How to Grow Tomatoes: Trellis
How to Grow Tomatoes: Trellis
DATE: 2011/11/10::
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Tomatoes: Determinant vs. Indeterminant
Tomatoes: Determinant vs. Indeterminant
DATE: 2009/07/01::
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Husky Tomato seeds For SMALL SPACE ~ Indeterminate habit,  SEEDS on  www.MySeeds.Co
Husky Tomato seeds For SMALL SPACE ~ Indeterminate habit, SEEDS on www.MySeeds.Co
DATE: 2014/11/09::
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Sow Along, Pruning Tomato Side Shoots - Week 11
Sow Along, Pruning Tomato Side Shoots - Week 11
DATE: 2014/05/31::
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Tomatoes: Indeterminate, Determinate & Semi-Determinate
Tomatoes: Indeterminate, Determinate & Semi-Determinate
DATE: 2012/02/17::
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Aquaponics - Growing Tomatoes with Aquaponics
Aquaponics - Growing Tomatoes with Aquaponics
DATE: 2010/03/24::
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Greenhouse tomato farming
Greenhouse tomato farming
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How to Grow Tomatoes with Container Gardening
How to Grow Tomatoes with Container Gardening
DATE: 2013/09/04::
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Tomato Profile: The
Tomato Profile: The 'Aussie' Heirloom: 2 Pound Beefsteak - TRG 2014
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Tomato Tunnel Farming in Pakistan by Sajid Iqbal Sandhu
Tomato Tunnel Farming in Pakistan by Sajid Iqbal Sandhu
DATE: 2014/05/27::
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Tomato Profile: Matina  - A German Heirloom, Early Indeterminate - TRG 2014
Tomato Profile: Matina - A German Heirloom, Early Indeterminate - TRG 2014
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Transplanting Free Tomato Sucker Plants with My Best Soil Mix -Hint- It includes Coconut Coir
Transplanting Free Tomato Sucker Plants with My Best Soil Mix -Hint- It includes Coconut Coir
DATE: 2013/06/01::
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Tomato Profile:
Tomato Profile: 'Grape Tomato' or 'Red Grape Tomato': Huge Production - TRG 2014
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Tomatoes -  Suckers and Pruning tips
Tomatoes - Suckers and Pruning tips
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This inflorescence of the terrestrial orchid Spathoglottis plicata shows indeterminate growth; note that the opening of flowers and production of fruits is proceeding upwards on the shoot.

In biology and botany, indeterminate growth refers to growth that is not terminated in contrast to determinate growth that stops once a genetically pre-determined structure has completely formed. Thus, a plant that grows and produces flowers and fruit until killed by frost or some other external factor is called indeterminate. For example, the term is applied to tomato varieties that grow in a rather gangly fashion, producing fruit throughout the growing season, and in contrast to a determinate tomato plant, which grows in a more bushy shape and is most productive for a single, larger harvest, then either tapers off with minimal new growth/fruit, or dies.

Inflorescences[edit]

In reference to an inflorescence (a shoot bearing flowers), an indeterminate type (such as a raceme) has the flowers developing and opening from the base towards the growing tip. The growth of the shoot is not impeded by the opening of the early flowers or development of fruits and its appearance is of growing and producing flowers indefinitely. In a determinate inflorescence, typically all of the flower buds are formed before the first ones begin to open, and all open more or less at the same time; or a terminal flower blooms first and stops elongation of the main axis.

Animals[edit]

In zoology, indeterminate growth refers to the condition where animals grow rapidly when young, and continue to grow after reaching adulthood although at a slower pace.[citation needed] It is common in reptiles, most fish, and many mollusks. The term also refers to the pattern of hair growth sometimes seen in humans and a few domestic breeds, where hair continues to grow in length until it is cut. This is rare in other mammals.

Mushrooms[edit]

Some mushrooms – notably Cantharellus californicus – also exhibit indeterminate growth. [1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Viess, Debbie, Cantharellus californicus: California's Giant, Oak-Loving Golden Chanterelle, Bay Area Mycological Society, retrieved 8 May 2011 
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