acropetal


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of leaves or flowers

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Focused on the India market, Acropetal will provide the dedicated sales, marketing and technical resources required to further expand SUMMUS' existing footprint across the India IT industry.
They show an acropetal variation in size and form: tubular (cladoprophyll), laminar and glumaceous.
The lemmata were further present in alternate sequence and so were the florets and both developed in an acropetal succession.
The initiation and differentiation of the primary branches may be acropetal or basipetal (Reinheimer et al.
The concentrations of studied macronutrients decreased in an acropetal fashion in various segments of spike, as they were more in proximal segment than middle and distal segments respectively.
toward the apex, with lateral branches in an acropetal succession.
However, in the case of iron, the concentration decreased in an acropetal fashion in various segments of spike, as it was more in proximal position than middle and distal positions respectively.
Typical petals in basal eudicots and in basal core eudicots, though initiated in the normal acropetal sequence, are conspicuously retarded and lag behind sepals and stamens for some time during bud development (Fig.
The concentration of magnesium decreased in an acropetal fashion, as it was more in proximal position than middle and distal positions respectively.
Of special interest developmentally is the fact that initiation of floral apices on the capitulum is not strictly acropetal, as would be expected.