secondary growth


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secondary growth

[′sek·ən‚der·ē ′grōth]
(mineralogy)
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Previous to spawning, fishes exhibited ovaries full of oocytes in maturation stages (GVM, GVBD and HO), and also all primary and secondary growth oocytes stages (PG, CA, PG, CA, Vtg1, Vtg2, Vtg3).
I was just about to ask Stu if he could see secondary growth when he told me in no uncertain terms to "Shoot that bull now
However, palms do not have secondary growth, and there is no addition of secondary vascular tissue.
In this work, zeolite membrane layer was synthesized on alumina substrate by the secondary growth method, The substrate surface was modified in order to facilitate the adsorption of seed crystals.
The diffusion model consists of a physical model (the mechanism of formation and transformation of growth microdefects), the physical classification of growth microdefects, and the mathematical models of the formation of primary and secondary growth microdefects.
Explain the difference in primary growth and secondary growth
Besides, like in Thunus thynus but contrary to Dicentrarchus labrax where chorion formation starts until the oocyte is in the secondary growth phase, the oocyte in Ch.
Ailanthus altissima successfully invaded both the old and secondary growth sections of the woodlot, with its biggest influence on the woodlot edge, where it frequently dominated areas.
diversifolia include the occurrence of a nodulated ring of procambium from which vascular bundles develop, and the maintenance of discrete wedge-shaped tissues, an aggregate of primary and secondary vascular tissues at the early part of secondary growth.
The secondary growth in bone is what kills the majority of people.