germinative


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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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Factors such as the presence of hormones and the balance between them, promoters and inhibitors play an important role on the regulation of germinative process (Rodrigues, 2008).
Phenotypic identification of the isolates was based on the germ tube test, hypha/pseudohypha and chlamydoconidium formation, and carbohydrate fermentation and assimilation OR germinative tubes, hyphae/pseudohyphae and chlamyidoconidia formation, fermentation, and assimilation of carbohydrates.
Beneath the epithelium are enlarged lymph follicles with active hyperplastic germinative centers and thin mantle zone.
With the growth and development of modern society, there has been an increase in the number of substances that pollute the environment, resulting in the development of chronic diseases and also in germinative alterations that determine the birth of adverse offsprings.
This progression of outward to inward heat transfer is likely responsible for the injury ensuing to the germinative area of the hair follicle which results in effective hair removal.
Points were classified as one of the following: seminiferous tubule (tunica propria, germinative epithelium and lumen), Leydig cell, connective tissue, blood and lymphatic vessels.
Other anecdotal poems aren't carried past their germinative impulse.
For a better appreciation of the potential germinative capacity of seeds, we successively studied their viability, the latency and duration of germination.
After 2 weeks, a control CT was performed and a retrovesical cystic mass with a germinative membrane-like hydatid cyst was detected (Fig.