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1. Ethylene
A gas produced naturally by fruits (especially apples and bannanas), fungi and some bacteria which stimulates ripening and germination (though treating a plant with ethylene after it sprouts can inhibit its growth). Ethylene is also a by-product of natural gas combustion, and people with gas-heated homes may have problems growing their houseplants.

2. Ethylene diamine tetra acetate (EDTA)
A chemical that is used to remove all traces of magnesium and calcium ion s from a solution because it binds tightly to them, in order to control unwanted side reactions with these metals during a laboratory process.

3. Ethylene
A gaseous plant hormone that stimulates fruit ripening and the dropping of leaves.

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