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Stem and Root

Estimating stem and root-anchorage flexibility in trees

Root anchorage and stem strength of black spruce (Picea mariana) trees in regular and irregular stands

Temporal and spatial aspects of root and stem sucrose metabolism in loblolly pine trees

Casparian bands occur in the periderm of Pelargonium hortorum stem and root

Non-destructive estimation of root pressure using sap flow, stem diameter measurements and mechanistic modelling

Glioblastoma stem-like cells: at the root of tumor recurrence and a therapeutic target

Responses of the Root Systems of Sunflower and Maize to Unidirectional Stem Flexure

Mist, substrate water potential and cutting water potential influence rooting of stem cuttings of loblolly pine

Seasonal variation in xylem pressure of walnut trees: root and stem pressures

Shared and distinct functions of the pseudokinase CORYNE (CRN) in shoot and root stem cell maintenance of Arabidopsis

Carbon and nitrogen mobilization in Larix × eurolepis leafy stem cuttings assessed by dual 13C and 15N labeling: relationships with rooting

Root and stem hydraulic conductivity as determinants of growth potential in grafted trees of apple (Malus pumila Mill.)

Discrete Shoot and Root Stem Cell-Promoting WUS/WOX5 Functions Are an Evolutionary Innovation of Angiosperms

Seasonal fluctuations of starch in root and stem tissues of coppiced Salix viminalis plants grown under two nitrogen regimes

Influence of irradiance on water relations and carbon flux during rooting of Shorea leprosula leafy stem cuttings

Effects of cell-mediated osteoprotegerin gene transfer and mesenchymal stem cell applications on orthodontically induced root resorption of rat teeth

The MADS-box XAANTAL1 increases proliferation at the Arabidopsis root stem-cell niche and participates in transition to differentiation by regulating cell-cycle components

Isolation and characterization of a cDNA encoding a novel 2-oxoacid-dependent dioxygenase which is up-regulated during adventitious root formation in apple (Malus domestica ‘Jork 9’) stem discs

 

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The two traditional notions of “stem” and “root” can most easily be understood as what remains when affixes are removed from a word. The root is obtained by stripping off ...

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