primordium


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primordium

[prī′mȯrd·ē·əm]
(embryology)
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These findings may be related to the longer period that the plants remain photosynthetically active during the seed filling, especially when the application of N occurred in the floral primordium, favoring the seeds formation.
2014), it has been determined that the gynoecium is formed from an annular ovary primordium surrounding a central ovule primordium.
The separate primordial group (type 2, accessory gallbladder) refers to when there is more than one cystic primordium which arises from the biliary tree, and each gallbladder has its own cystic duct.
The gallbladder primordium can split and form a gallbladder duplication but this only represents a congenital anomaly of the gallbladder.
The old theory that primordial cyst forms due to cystic changes in whole of the tooth primordium before the formation of dental hard tissues, dictates the importance of missing tooth in the dental arch of the patients with OKCs.
They have a short buccal cavity with a long slender esophagus and have prominent genital primordium.
Functional trasplants of the primordium of the epitelial hypophysis in Amphibia.
2] concentration to stimulate primordium formation (Ohta, 1998b).
Microscopic observation of wet mount preparation of stool concentrate with saline revealed numerous live of Strongyloides stercoralis that were identified by the characteristic morphology, (~400 [micro]m length by 15 [micro]m breadth), with notched tail tip and genital primordium.
Larvae were characterized by a short buccal cavity, a sharply pointed tail, and the presence of a noticeable midsection genital primordium.
Hofmeister proposed that each new primordium develops on the tip of the growing stem in the spot that is farthest from older primordia.
Any benign and malignant tumor of the salivary gland primordium may affect the buccal space.