growth form

growth form

[′grōth ‚fȯrm]
(ecology)
The habit of a plant determined by its appearance of branching and periodicity.
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Growth form: Ground temperature and relative humidity were similar to those of the crustose lichens growing on it; but were cooler and moister under foliose and fruticose lichens (Fig.
The increase, RAKTDA noted in a statement, was driven largely by growth form international market which saw an 18% year-on-year (YoY) growth and currently accounts for 70% of the aggregate visitor arrivals to RAK.
Descriptive characters of growth form in Poaceac-an overview.
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Plants do have some control over group size, through seed dispersal, plant growth form, and the arrangement of traps in time and space.
Turnover time for nutrients in vegetation showed variations due to growth form as well as with the forest disturbance (Table 10).
The workshops were also attended by a number of programme supervisors from the MoPH and the PHCC to learn how to use and apply the WHO approved growth form. "The workshops are part of the National Plan of Action for Nutrition and Physical Activity in Qatar 2017-2022, which aims to reduce the burden of obesity and related chronic diseases, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, high blood pressure and cancers," said Sheikha al Anoud bint Mohammed al Thani, director of Health Promotion and Non-Transitional Diseases at the MoPH.
Production of high-quality mabe pearls can only be achieved when the size, age, and growth form of the oyster are carefully considered (Saucedo et al.
Our key building blocks for future partnership growth form a simple, strategic plan to make the most of all of our individual strengths - the true benefit of our enduring partnership."
The primary group was further divided into subgroups by the following criteria: Histological type of tumor (adenocarcinoma, squamous, and neuroendocrine lung cancer), growth form (central, peripheral cancer, and mediastinal).