AVG

(redirected from Aminoethoxyvinylglycine)
AcronymDefinition
AVGAverage
AVGAmerican Volunteer Group (Flying Tigers)
AVGActive Virtual Gateway (Cisco)
AVGanti Virus Grisoft
AVGActive Virtual Gateway
AVGAudio Video Group (various locations)
AVGAntivirus Grisoft (software)
AVGAnti-Virus Guard (computer security software)
AVGArteriovenous Graft
AVGAminoethoxyvinylglycine (plant regulator)
AVGAdventure Video Game
AVGAngestelltenversicherungsgesetz (German Insurance Law)
AVGArts Verstandelijk Gehandicapten (Dutch)
AVGAbstand Verstärkung Grösse (German: Pitch Gain Size)
AVGAircraft Escort Vessel (later CVE)
AVGAmateurastronomische Vereinigung Göttingen (German: Association of Amateur Astronomers Göttingen)
AVGAnalog Vector Generator
AVGAortic Valve Gradient
AVGAmicale Villeneuve la Garenne (French: Friendly Villeneuve la Garenne; est. 1944)
AVGAdvanced Video Graphics Array
AVGAir Ventilation Garment (NASA)
AVGAverage Voltage Gain
AVGAardappels Vlees Groenten (Dutch)
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The main growth regulator applied in apple trees to increase the harvest period is aminoethoxyvinylglycine (AVG), which is indicated to delay harvesting and avoid fruit drop, and to improve the maintenance of fruit quality during storage due to reduction in ethylene production (YILDIZ; OZTURK; OSKAN, 2012; BRACKMANN et al., 2014).
Researchers at the Agricultural University of Athens (Athens, Greece) exposed olives on the tree to aminoethoxyvinylglycine (AVG) also known as ReTain which is an inhibitor of the enzyme 1-aminocyclopronane-1-carboxylic acid synthase, a precursor to the production of ethylene, the plant hormone that stimulates ripening.
This study aimed at determining the effects of preharvest aminoethoxyvinylglycine (AVG) applications in different doses on the fruit quality of Black Beauty plum during cold storage.
Drought stress syndrome in wheat is provoked by ethylene evolution imbalance and reversed by rewatering aminoethoxyvinylglycine or sodium benzoate.
Williams MW (1980) Retention of fruit firmness and increase in vegetative growth and fruits of apples with aminoethoxyvinylglycine. Hortscience 15: 76.
Effect of AgN[O.sub.3] and aminoethoxyvinylglycine on in vitro shoot and root organogenesis from seedling explants of recalcitrant Brassica genotypes.
The active ingredient in Retain[R] is aminoethoxyvinylglycine, which is a substance isolated from a soil microorganism that specifically inhibits the biosynthesis of ethylene in plant tissues.
Effect of AgNO3 and aminoethoxyvinylglycine on in vitro shoot and root organogenesis from seedling explants of recalcitrant Brassica genotypes.