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apical

[′ap·i·kəl]
(botany)
Relating to the apex or tip.
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Distribution of mucous cells in the middle and apical mantle was substantially low in comparison with that observed in the marginal mantle (Figs.
In the plants with strong apical dominance, removal of the main shoots is often necessary to stimulate axillary growth.
The genus is characterized by the presence of a distinct apical process on the embolic division of the male pedipalp.
Inflorescence apical meristems arise either by conversion of a vegetative apical meristem, as in species of Piper (Tucker, 1982), Michelia (Tucker, 1960) and members of Asteraceae (Harris, 1995; Horridge et al.
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Along the apical edge there is a vertical row of 5 to 6 spurs, usually relatively large, that are hereby designated as the apical spurs (Fig.
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TI and II dark brown annulated with yellowish brown; TI with 2 equal-sized apical spurs; TII with 2 inner apical spurs and an outer one, smaller.
First described in Japan in 1990, apical ballooning syndrome accounts for 1-2% of suspected acute myocardial infarctions globally.
Takotsubo cardiomyopathy, also known as stress-induced cardiomyopathy, consists of acute reversible nonischemic cardiomyopathy characterized by the hallmark of apical ballooning that leads to transient left ventricular dysfunction.
Vizgirda et al [7] compared hot gutta-percha and lateral condensation technique with obturation of the root canal with only MTA and concluded that gutta-percha has a better apical seal compared to MTA [7].