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germinative

 [jer´mĭ-na″tiv]
pertaining to germination or to a germ cell.

germinative

pertaining to germination or to a germ cell.
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The results of a germination test were expressed in germination percentage, germinative energy (GE) and germination period (GP).
The distinction between the two species may be made according to the morphology of the conidia, the morphology and localization of the germinative tube of the conidia, and the presence of fibrosin bodies in their interior (STADNIK et al.
To characterize the type of germination and the germinative tube, the conidia removed from the pustules on the leaves were transferred to 2.
In relation to the position of the germinative tube and its morphology, we observed that among the samples with conidia germinated in an ovoid shape, those from the greenhouses number 1, 2 and 3 presented predominantly lateral germination (93.
2001) small variations may occur in the morphological characteristics of conidia and of germinative tubes of Oidium spp.
2001) reported that the species causing powdery mildew with simple-shaped conidia with a germinative tube in the apical position correspond to the telemorphic species, G.
The cyst included a germinative membrane and there was a significant amount of seropurulant ascites which was aspirated.
7% decrease of its yield which can be attributed to casting shadow of weed, falling of flowers due to competition, decrease of yield components, and allocation of more photosynthesis materials to germinative growth.
Seed germinative capacity and seedline survival of the coast red wood (Sequoia sempervirens).
Capacites germinatives et regeneratives in vitro du bois de palissandre ou<< Ebenier>> du Senegal (Dalbergia melanoxylon, Fabaceae).