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Fagus sylvatica trunk epicormics in relation to primary and secondary growth

BMP Signaling Promotes the Growth of Primary Human Colon Carcinomas in vivo

Effect of Silibinin on the Growth and Progression of Primary Lung Tumors in Mice

Agriculture in Economic Development: Primary Engine of Growth or Chicken and Egg?

Response of Sargasso Sea phytoplankton biomass, growth rates and primary production to seasonally varying physical forcing

Hydraulic architecture correlates with bud organogenesis and primary shoot growth in beech (Fagus sylvatica)

Number, Position, Diameter and Initial Direction of Growth of Primary Roots in Musa

P-141INTERSTITIAL GROWTH PATTERN AS ONE OF THE INDICATORS OF MALIGNANCY IN PRIMARY LUNG CANCER

From primary to secondary growth: origin and development of the vascular system

Functional Role of RhoA in Growth Regulation of Primary Hepatocytes

Involvement of reactive oxygen species in lanthanum-induced inhibition of primary root growth

The Arabidopsis CDK inhibitor ICK3/KRP5 is rate limiting for primary root growth and promotes growth through cell elongation and endoreduplication

The influence of climate and fructification on the inter-annual variability of stem growth and net primary productivity in an old-growth, mixed beech forest

Plasma levels of soluble CD30 are increased in children with chronic renal failure and with primary growth deficiency and decrease during treatment with recombination human growth hormone

Apoplastic hydrogen peroxide in the growth zone of the maize primary root under water stress. I. Increased levels are specific to the apical region of growth maintenance

 

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Growth that results from cell division and subsequent expansion at the apical meristem. Compare secondary thickening.

Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry.


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