(2015) worked with the adaptation of apical meristem
multiplication protocols (Figure 3) in 'Smyrna' (Zither and Soltani) and 'San Pedro' fig cultivars (Bither and Adiadh) and with rare and recalcitrant pollinating cultivars such as Assafri, for the purpose of seedling sanitation, indicating that in apical buds with 0.5 mm in length, multiplication is favored mainly using the MS medium added of 0.5 mg [L.sup.-1] BAP + 0.1 mg [L.sup.-1] naphthalene acetic acid (NAA) and 0.1 mg [L.sup.-1] GA3.
In the apical meristem
, ablation of the selected cells can increase the persistence of meri-clone regeneration, which results in the production of virus-free plantlets at high propotion (Nascimento et al., 2003; Wasswa et al., 2010; Wang and Valkonen, 2008).
Apical dichotomous branching occurs when the apical meristem
of the stem bifurcates, creating two apical meristems
The pest affects young seedlings by feeding on the apical meristem
and growing points leading to their death or blind terminals.
Of note, tpst-1 shows an extremely short-root phenotype accompanied by a considerable decrease in proximal meristem activity in the root apical meristem
,11),43) suggesting that at least one tyrosine-sulfated peptide regulates root meristem development.
hypopitys forms asymmetrical lateral organs on the flanks of a shoot or inflorescence apical meristem
, with adaxial and abaxial surfaces adjacent to or distant from, respectively, the meristem.
Fischer et al., "Mint essential oil can induce or inhibit potato sprouting by differential alteration of apical meristem
It attacks cryptically the apical meristem
of species of Meliaceae, as Cedrela, Swietenia and Carapa.
(1-2 mm long) buds were excised from shoot tips and inoculated on fresh MS and Benzyl adenine for regeneration.
F: beginning of the cordate shape, with the establishment of a well-developed apical meristem
(arrow), 26 days.
In Arabidopsis thaliana, WUSCHEL (WUS) is essential in maintaining shoot apical meristem
(SAM); WUS mutants display aborted SAM maintenance during embryonic and later developmental stages [5, 6].