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Physiology (Greek phýsis = nature and lógos = teaching) is the study of the foundations of life, especially the life processes and functions in an organism. In detail, these are the biophysical life processes in the cells, tissues and organs of all living beings in the interaction of all physical, chemical and biochemical processes. Plant physiology is the study of the life processes of plants with the central life process of plants photosynthesis, Other aspects include growth processes, differentiation of organs, reactions to environmental stimuli, mass transport and communication between cells, tissues and organs. At the Rebstock is there at the vintage important concept of physiological maturity, On the other hand are the morphology (Greek morphé = shape, form) the doctrine of the forms and characteristics as well as the phenology (Greek phaíno = I appear) the theory of the seasonal manifestations or the developmental cycle of organisms. See also a list of relevant keywords below grapevine,

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