provascular

provascular

(prəʊˈvæskjʊlə)
adj
of or relating to procambium
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Sonveaux, "Provascular strategy: targeting functional adaptations of mature blood vessels in tumors to selectively influence the tumor vascular reactivity and improve cancer treatment," Radiotherapy and Oncology, vol.
This study makes a strong case for hesperidin, with its anti-inflammatory, provascular health properties, as a perfect complement for the abdominal fat reduction produced by G.
Argonaute10 is initially expressed throughout the embryo but becomes limited to the provascular strands and the adaxial sides of the cotyledons at about the globular stage.
exaltata [18] in which callus induction was reported from provascular tissue of terminal and lateral buds of stolon tips.
The provascular tissues give rise to the primary vascular system of the plant--the primary xylem and primary phloem.
All subsurface cells of the apex are identified as prestelar tissues in early stages of differentiation: a central group of pith mother cells and more peripheral provascular tissue.
The presence in some ferns of "precocious" strands of provascular tissue distal to all leaf primordia raises the question of the true nature of the relationship between leaf primordia and shoot vascularization.
ground meristem: Basic or fundamental tissue of the apical meristem; dermal tissues surround the ground meristem, and the provascular strands are embedded in it.