There is also a germinative
matrix, the cluster of proliferative round blue cells that make up the hair bulb; these cells give rise to the hair shaft itself.
On the other hand, release of exosomes to the hydatid fluid by protoescolex and germinative
layer has been documented (associated virulence factors have been identified in these structures).
Then the germinative
membrane was extracted and rinsed with the cyst fluid in the container to free additional protoscoleces and hydatid sand.
The aspirated cysts were subjected to cystotomy and their germinative
membranes were removed.
Evaluation of different chemical agents on the germinative
layer of sheep hydatid cyst after implantation to peritoneal cavity of BALB/c.
In relation to the MGT, there was no significant interaction between the analyzed factors and, on average the seeds took 2.5 days to complete their germinative
 Their interactions lead to a high epidermal turnover rate causing increased mitotic activity and increased absolute number of germinative
By contrast, infrared radiation trimming is performed on the bird's first day of life in the hatchery, using a high intensity laser that penetrates through the horny layer and prevents growth of the germinative
The use of high-quality seeds is important for crops to reach their growth potential; seed quality can be assessed through factors such as physiological potential and germinative
power (Oliveira et al., 2014).
Polidocanol was chosen as a sclerosing agent to destroy the germinative
membrane of the cyst, to enhance the sclerosing effect of pure alcohol, and to occlude the relationship between the cyst and vessels, if there was one.
It is not known whether a recurrence of germinative
cells tumor when using cryopreserved oocytes from an affected ovary is possible.