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*  Meristem
The primary meristems in turn produce the two secondary meristem types. These secondary meristems are also known as lateral ... The transition from shoot meristem to floral meristem requires floral meristem identity genes, that both specify the floral ... In contrast to vegetative apical meristems and some exflorescence meristems, floral meristems cannot continue to grow ... the shoot apical meristem is transformed into an inflorescence meristem, which goes on to produce the floral meristem, which ...
*  Livestock water recycling
"Meeting Report: 2009 Banff Pork Seminar". Meristem. 2009-01-22. Retrieved 2012-07-31. LWR Company Website. ...
*  ABC model of flower development
... the transformation of the apical meristem's function from a vegetative meristem into a floral meristem or inflorescence; and ... An external stimulus is required in order to trigger the differentiation of the meristem into a flower meristem. This stimulus ... Their maintenance and development, both in the vegetative meristem or the meristem of the inflorescence is controlled by ... Another difference from vegetative axillary meristems is that the floral meristem is «determined», which means that, once ...
*  Ishaya Shekari
He became Chairman of Lion Bank of Nigeria, and a board member of companies such as Meristem Registrars, Magami Trawlers, Grand ...
*  Glossary of botanical terms
intercalary (e.g. of growth) occurring between the apex and the base of an organ intercalary meristem a meristem located ... meristem an actively dividing tissue. mesic moist, avoiding both extremes of drought and wet; pertaining to conditions of ... monopodial a mode of stem growth and branching in which the main axis is formed by a single dominant meristem. monostromatic ... Anomalous secondary outgrowth of the perianthal meristem with ramifying vasculature. See also perigonium, perianth and corona ...
*  Sphagnum cuspidatum
Meristem tissue is often fibrillose. The branch stems are green, with pinkish coloration at the proximal ends, and the cortex ...
*  Rosh HaNikra (kibbutz)
8-9. ISBN 0-88728-224-5. ISBN 0-88728-224-5. Matimop, Rahan Meristem Heller, Aron. [1]: Israelis Dig 'Borat,' Jokes in Hebrew. ... In 1974, kibbutz members founded a biotechnology company called Rahan Meristem, which included the first commercial tissue ...
*  Mucigel
Meristem Biology of Plants, 7th edition. P.H. Raven, R.F. Evert, S.E. Eichhorn. New York: W.H. Freeman and Company Publishers. ...
*  Apical dominance
Meristem Fruit tree pruning Cline, M (1994). "The role of hormones in apical dominance. New approaches to an old problem in ... More simply stated, lateral bud formation is inhibited by the shoot apical meristem (SAM). The lateral bud primordium (from ...
*  Lewis J. Feldman
The Feldman Lab researches plant development e.g. how the populations of cells in and around the meristem interact to control ... Jiang, Keni; Feldman, Lewis J. (November 2005). "Regulation of Root Apical Meristem Development" (PDF). Annual Review of Cell ... De Tullio, Mario C.; Jiang, Keni; Feldman, Lewis J. (May 2010). "Redox regulation of root apical meristem organization: ... Feldman's research focuses on regulation of development in meristems/stem cells, root gravitropism, and redox regulation of ...
*  Leafy
... is involved in floral meristem identity. LEAFY encodes a plant-specific transcription factor, is found in all land plants ... LEAFY (abbreviated LFY) is a plant gene that causes groups of undifferentiated cells called meristems to develop into flowers ... Weigel D, Alvarez J, Smyth DR, Yanofsky MF, Meyerowitz EM (1992). "LEAFY controls floral meristem identity in Arabidopsis". ...
*  CLE peptide
Apical Meristem 2) Lateral Meristem. The Apical Meristem is of two types; the shoot apical meristem (SAM) gives rise to organs ... Laux T Mayer KF Berger J Jurgens G . 1996 . The WUSCHEL gene is required for shoot and floral meristem integrity in Arabidopsis ... 2013 . A CLE-WOX signalling module regulates root meristem maintenance and vascular tissue development in rice . Journal of ... and the rib meristem (RM). Each of these areas play an important in the production of new stem cells within the SAM. All SAMs ...
*  List of MeSH codes (B06)
... meristem (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.413.400.500.600 --- plant root cap (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.413.400.525 ... meristem (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.413.024.937 --- plant stems (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.413.024.937.249 ... hypocotyl (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.413.024.937.500 --- meristem (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.413.024.937.750 ...
*  2016 in paleobotany
Alexander J. Hetherington; Joseph G. Dubrovsky; Liam Dolan (2016). "Unique Cellular Organization in the Oldest Root Meristem". ...
*  Epithallus
The meristem itself is the least calcified portion; sometimes there is no mineralization at all, which makes it a plane of ... It is defined as the cells above the intercalary meristem; these are not involved in photosynthesis. In Phymatolithon, the ... with the thickness determined by the difference between their rate of production at the intercalary meristem, and the rate of ...
*  Mir-390 microRNA precursor family
"MicroRNAs in the shoot apical meristem of soybean". Journal of Experimental Botany. 62 (8): 2495-2506. doi:10.1093/jxb/erq437. ...
*  Aphalara itadori
The psyllid individuals feed on the knotweed's meristem. As a result of this feeding the leaves are left twisted and bound ...
*  Pericycle
Laskowski, M. J.; Williams, M. E.; Nusbaum, H. C.; Sussex, I. M. (1995). "Formation of lateral root meristems is a two-stage ... Branch roots arise from this primary meristem tissue. In plants undergoing secondary growth, the pericycle contributes to the ... within the endodermis and the surrounding vasculature are sent to the pericycle which promotes the growth of the root meristems ...
*  Trichothecium roseum
Kendrick, W. B.; Cole, G. T. (1969). "Conidium ontogeny in hyphomycetes and its meristem arthrospores". Canadian Journal of ...
*  Plant evolutionary developmental biology
The meristem architectures differ between angiosperms, gymnosperms and pteridophytes. The gymnosperm vegetative meristem lacks ... The earliest meristem-like organization is seen in an algal organism from group Charales that has a single dividing cell at the ... This causes the cells at the floral meristem to gain an undifferentiated identity, and instead of growing into a flower, they ... Mutations in this gene give rise to the floral meristem obtaining an indeterminate fate, and many floral organs keep on getting ...
*  Science Expo
Furthermore, Science Expo has created additional programs such as meriSTEM, a two-stage design competition for any high school ... Launched in 2013, the winner of the first meriSTEM competition was Netra Unni whose project displayed nuclear programming to ... "Netra Unni won the Science Expo 2013 MeriSTEM competition." Spencer, Jayce. "Glenforest wunderkind wins youth science ...
*  Developmental biology
New roots grow from root meristems located at the tip of the root, and new stems and leaves grow from shoot meristems located ... Growth from any such meristem at the tip of a root or shoot is termed primary growth and results in the lengthening of that ... Plants constantly produce new tissues and structures throughout their life from meristems located at the tips of organs, or ... Branching occurs when small clumps of cells left behind by the meristem, and which have not yet undergone cellular ...
*  Plant development
... the transformation of the apical meristem's function from a vegetative meristem into a floral meristem or inflorescence; and ... New roots grow from root meristems located at the tip of the root, and new stems and leaves grow from shoot meristems located ... An external stimulus is required in order to trigger the differentiation of the meristem into a flower meristem. This stimulus ... Another difference from vegetative axillary meristems is that the floral meristem is «determined», which means that, once ...
*  Phyllotaxis
A primordium, the nascent leaf, forms at the least crowded part of the shoot meristem. The golden angle between successive ... Traas J, Vernoux T (June 2002). "The shoot apical meristem: the dynamics of a stable structure". Philosophical Transactions of ... thus depleting auxin from another area on the meristem where a new leaf is to be initiated. This gives rise to a self- ... leaves on a plant is ultimately controlled by the local depletion of the plant hormone auxin in certain areas of the meristem. ...
*  Bif2 barren inflorescence2
Summary The bif2 mutation affects all axillary meristems in the plant. The tassel has fewer branches, spikelets, florets and ... McSteen, P; Hake, S (Aug 2001). "barren inflorescence2 regulates axillary meristem development in the maize inflorescence". ... Regulation of auxin transport during axillary Meristem and lateral organ initiation. ...