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apical growthの例文

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  • "Vaucheria " exhibits apical growth from the tip of filaments forming mats in either terrestrial or freshwater environments.
  • The organism grew both by apical growth ( leading to bifurcation ) and intercalary growth ( increasing the distances between nodes ).
  • Because apical growth is the norm in red algae, most cells have two primary pit connections, one to each adjacent cell.
  • Apical growth of the stem was slow from 1926 through 1936 when the tree was competing with herbs and shrubs and probably shaded by larger trees.
  • In a study concerning a " Tilia americana "-" Tuber borchii " ectomycorrhiza, 29 secretory, apical growth, and infection processes.
  • Apical growth totalling about 340 m, 370 m, 420 m, 450 m, 500 m, 600 m, and 600 m was made by the tree in the years 1955 through 1961, respectively.
  • The order of priority of photosynthate distribution is probably : first to apical growth and new needle formation, then to buds for the next year's growth, with the cambium in the older parts of the branches receiving sustenance last.
  • On this basis, one needle produced food for about 0.19 mg dry weight of apical growth, 3 mm 3 wood, one-quarter of a new needle, plus an unknown amount of branch wood, bark and roots.
  • In discussing the data obtained from the one 11 m tall white spruce, Fraser et al . ( 1964 ) speculated that if the photosynthate used in making apical growth in 1961 was manufactured the previous year, then the 4 million needles that were produced up to 1960 manufactured food for about 600, 000 mm of apical growth or 730 g dry weight, over 12 million mm 3 of wood for the 1961 annual ring, plus 1 million new needles, in addition to new tissue in branches, bark, and roots in 1960.
  • In discussing the data obtained from the one 11 m tall white spruce, Fraser et al . ( 1964 ) speculated that if the photosynthate used in making apical growth in 1961 was manufactured the previous year, then the 4 million needles that were produced up to 1960 manufactured food for about 600, 000 mm of apical growth or 730 g dry weight, over 12 million mm 3 of wood for the 1961 annual ring, plus 1 million new needles, in addition to new tissue in branches, bark, and roots in 1960.