secondary growth


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secondary growth

n.
Growth in vascular plants from production of secondary tissues by a lateral meristem, usually resulting in wider branches and stems.

secondary growth

n
(Botany) another term for second growth
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Gladstone Commercial said the acquisition of the portfolio is consistent with its growth strategy of acquiring high-quality assets in strong secondary growth markets with credit-worthy tenants.
They were obtained from cocoa plantations and areas of secondary growth of tropical rain forest.
With its secondary growth forest of 61 different tree varieties and 8,000 ornamental plants providing a habitat for 10 different bird species, it literally provided a breath of fresh air to dispirited and weary urban dwellers.
This has led to fewer, smaller than average potatoes being harvested, with crops more vulnerable to malformation, secondary growth, low dry matter content and high sugar levels - all of which can render the product unusable.
Based on the microscopic diagnosis of the germ lineage, cysts with a batch of oogonia surrounded by prefollicle cells, pachytene oocytes, primary growth oocytes, early and late secondary growth oocytes, a full-grown oocyte (Figure 2 and Table 1) and oocyte maturation (Figure 3J) were recognized in S.
One of the chapters does not concern xylem at all; rather, it concerns bamboos, which have no secondary growth.
During vitellogenesis the oocytes develop from primary growth stage to cortical alveolar (CA) which is the early stage of the secondary growth (Figure 2a-b), to progress throughout primary Vtg1 and secondary Vtg2 (partially yolked) (Figure 2c), and tertiary vitellogenesis stages Vtg3 (advanced yolked) (Figure 2d).
Differing worldviews: The interaction between two cultures with ideologies worlds apart has led to serious land degradation and loss of ecosystem integrity in many parts of Australia, and explains many features of the Australian landscape today; for example, the predominance of secondary growth forests and the loss of drought-free farm land.
monandra prefers the cultivated and open areas but may extend to early secondary growth forest.
Nanomembranes were synthesized in a compound manner on a base of porous ceramic made of alpha alumina through secondary growth method.
Secondary growth and brush should be present, as well as larger trees.
This secondary growth only starts when a sable is six years old, and it grows approximately an inch a year.