Definition of Meristems. Meaning of Meristems. Synonyms of Meristems

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Definition of Meristems

Meristem
Meristem Mer"i*stem, n. [Gr. ? divisible.] (Bot.) A tissue of growing cells, or cells capable of further division.

Meaning of Meristems from wikipedia

- The primary meristems in turn produce the two secondary meristem types. These secondary meristems are also known as lateral meristems because they are...
- of the activity of the two lateral meristems, the cork cambium and vascular cambium. Arising from lateral meristems, secondary growth increases the width...
- monocots (monocots usually lack secondary growth). It is one of the plant's meristems – the series of tissues consisting of embryonic disk (incompletely differentiated)...
- to Meristem in 2005. The company has five subsidiaries; Meristem Stockbrokers, Meristem Wealth, Meristem Registrars and Probate Services, Meristem Capital...
- also cause the meristem to follow a developmental pattern that will lead to the growth of floral meristems as opposed to vegetative meristems. The main difference...
- also cause the meristem to follow a developmental pattern that will lead to the growth of floral meristems as opposed to vegetative meristems. The main difference...
- lifespan of plant cells is one to three years. Stems have cells called meristems that annually generate new living tissue. Stems have two pipe-like tissues...
- development of an inflorescence meristem that generates floral meristems. Plant inflorescence architecture depends on which meristems becomes flowers and which...
- plant meristems, the cambial meristem receives signals from both the xylem and phloem sides for the meristem. Signals received from outside the meristem act...
- inflorescence (the bud) is self-similar in character, with the branched meristems making up a logarithmic spiral, giving a form approximating a natural...
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