The Applicant also complained that Meristem
Securities Limited failed to account for the whereabouts of another 50,000 units of Access Bank Plc shares he bought through it in an Initial Public Offer (IPO) in 2004.
RGFR1 and RGFR2 are predominantly expressed in the proximal meristem
including the elongation zone and gradually decrease in expression towards the differentiation zone.
2010, Zequin, Yuzbagioglu, Unal, Yilmaz, & Aksoy, 2011), boric acid, citric acid, potassium citrate and sodium citrate, cytotoxic and genotoxic to root meristem
cells of A.
Table 2 lists the mitotic spindle aberrations and micronucleus found in root meristem
cells of A.
Direct systems of regeneration through the culture of organized meristems
normally produce true-to-type plants.
To induce the meristems
multiplication, the isolated meristem
and the meristem
with adjacent tissue were inoculated on culture MS medium (MURASHIGE; SKOOG, 1962), supplemented with 20 g [L.
Consequently, in the inflorescences of the cases 1 and 2 we recognize two only types of axillary meristems
: the spikelet meristem
(SM) and the floral meristem
In light of the fact that China owes in part, its sweet potato success story to the meristem
culture technique , the objective of the study was to develop a regeneration protocol for Zimbabwean sweet potato (cv Brondal) using meristems
However, in many genera, an intermediate Adiantum-Ceratopteris way of development has been detected, in which an apical cell is formed but the meristem
is lateral (Nayar & Bajpai 1964, Nayar & Kaur 1971, Gabriel y Galan & Migliaro 2011).
Because each meristem
had the potential for growth, fronds with more meristems
added more new frond area per month, thereby growing faster in overall size (P < 0.
To the best of our knowledge, no study has been carried out on the cytotoxic and genotoxic effects of dimethoate on root meristem
cells of Allium sativum, despite the fact that it is widely used.
For surface sterilization all apical meristem
were taken from upper portions of the plants.