apical region

apical region

the tip of a root or shoot in a plant where growth in length takes place by activity of the APICAL MERISTEM.
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In the same session, rectovaginal fascia dissection was performed from posterior vagina, and grade IV posterior prolapse was dissected broadly up to the apical region.
A bony defect was evident in the apical region of the both the central incisors (Figure 5).
However, a decrease in the adhesive values in the apical region might be related to the thickness in the distribution of resin cement with probable void formation or traces of remnant gutta-percha and endodontic sealer after post-space preparation and also dependent on the concentrations of NaOCl used.
In the initial stages, high-resolution computed tomography scan of the lung may disclose subpleural nodular and reticular opacities in the apical region, with usually minimal changes in the middle and lower lobes.
The Oberhautchen cells of the middle and apical region of a scale were imbricate near the MTZ, but became more lamellate apically (thinner basally to apically and wider from side to side) (Fig.
Fairly dilated cisternae of rough endoplasmic reticulum were distributed throughout the cytoplasm particularly at the apical region of the cell.
Only the male can be distinguished based on characters of internal sac of male genitalia, such as the apical region with dense small and thin spines near the valves forming lateral and median lines and median region with subretangular, shallow structures and sparse thick spines and denticles (Fig.
Normally, the anthers of the middle region, followed by the apical region, are displayed before than the basal region.