In plants, the fungicide is observed to move basipetally and acropetally
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During vegetative growth, tillers or innovation axes develop acropetally
from the basal nodes and the buds that give origin to them develop early.
One to three flowers per inflorescence per day opened acropetally
early in the morning (around 7:30 a.m.), each lasting approximately four days.
After its application, the systemic fungicide penetrates into the plant and migrates acropetally
even into the parts of the plant not reached by the application (Stubler et al., 1999).
In Myriophyllum spicatum the inflorescence is a cylindrical spike raised on an elongated peduncle with acropetally
arranged unisexual flowers.
It translocates both acropetally
and basipetally to the roots or by leaves.
As apparent from the Figures, the total number of central and peripheral vascular bundles declined acropetally
from the peduncle to the rachis till it attained minimum values of 4 and 12 respectively at the internode below the terminal spikelet.
Leaf gas exchange, leaf water potential, malondialdehyde (MDA) content and activity of pirogalol peroxidase (PG-POD; EC 188.8.131.52) were determined at the vegetative stage 34 days after sowing on mature fully expanded leaves (8 and 9, numbered acropetally
) and young expanding leaves which had a length between 4-5 cm at the time of stress imposition and had continued their growth under water-limiting conditions.
Internode lengths increased acropetally
for both cultivars, with the steepest increase between the second and apical phytomers.