apical growth

apical growth

growth resulting from an APICAL MERISTEM.
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With a strong understanding of the Indian market dynamics and sensitivity, Apical growth was backed by significant deals in the enterprise sector.
The effect of this natural relationship between native plants and mycorrhizal fungi on both survival percentage and the apical growth of several species was evaluated.
Although it starts its performance as June turns to July, it goes on until the end of summer, especially when its apical growth is trimmed back to allow its laterals to flower.
Although it starts its performance as June turns to July, it goes on to the end of summer, especially when its apical growth is trimmed back to allow its laterals to flower.
Water deficits significantly slowed down apical growth and shoot height growth in all clones except in X/32, while VII/32 and X/32 showed similar number of leaves during all treatments with no significantly differences among values per clone.
Role of vesicles in apical growth and a new mathematical model of hyphal morphogenesis, Pp.
Adults of these insects are tree defoliators that destroy the lateral branches and main shoot, stopping apical growth and reducing wood production (Anjos and Majer 2003).
RNA distribution suggests that the flanking meristem and rib meristem are the major contributors to apical growth while the metrameristem serves as a zone of initials.
The F-tests of the regression curves show significant differences in the dynamics of apical growth between the two [CO.
Perhaps the best physiological explanation for apical dominance to date is provided by the "nutrient diversion theory," which suggests that the shoot apex maintains apical growth by preferentially receiving nutrients, as nutrients move toward the region of highest auxin concentration, i.
In general, apical growth and NPP showed similar responses to our manipulations, but NPP was more sensitive than apical growth to treatments that altered deciduous shrubs, the growth form with the greatest secondary stem growth.
Duel roles for calcium ion in apical growth of Neurospora crassa.