Its meristematic tissue
produces the leaves, roots, and stems.
Moose forage selectively on photosynthetic and meristematic tissues
of a few preferred species.
Plant tissue where the cells are actively dividing and rapid growth occurs.
Also, successive generations of plants derived from laboratory-cultivated meristematic tissue
are less liable to develop natural differences, or mutations, known as somoclonal variation.
2006 a, b) through similar type of meristematic tissue
which is known as multiple bud clumps (Mbcs).
As explained in Chapter 2, grass can be mowed regularly and survive because almost all of the meristematic tissue
is located below the path of the mower blade.
Nevertheless, damage to the crown core was not severe enough to disrupt the ability of at least some vessels to provide material support to the meristematic tissue
and the plant survived.
It may well be that differences among workers in the criteria they use for the identification of differentiating meristematic tissue
as "procambium" as opposed to "residual meristem" or "developing ground tissue" can lead to major differences in interpretation in such studies (e.
A procedure for biolistic transformation and regeneration of transgenic cotton from meristematic tissue
And the meristematic tissue
of root tips were dyed by carbol fuchsin and used for cytological observation.
Plants of the check germplasm line, HA 821, were severely stunted and had necrotic leaves and dying meristematic tissue
after 14 d of treatment.
The freezing observed in the plants destroyed sufficient meristematic tissue
to kill all test plants.