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Gemmation

development of a new organism from a protuberance on the cell body of the parent, a form of asexual reproduction; called also budding. Miller-Keane ...

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Gemmation in cultured gametophytes ofOsmunda regalis - Springer
Abstract. Gametophytes ofOsmunda regalis were culturedin vitro to determine the optimal conditions for growth and development. Culture media with low ...
Gemmation in cultured gametophytes of - Springer
Gemmation in cultured gametophytes of Osmunda regalis. Helena Fernfindez, Ana Maria Bertrand, and Ricardo Sfinchez-Tam6s. Lab.
Р Systems with Gemmation of Mobile Membranes - Springer
the operations of gemmation and fusion of mobile membranes, and we use membrane structures and rules over strings of biological inspiration only. We prove ...
Gemmating P systems: collapsing hierarchies - ScienceDirect
Jan 29, 2003 We continue the analysis of P systems with gemmation of mobile membranes. We solve an open problem from Besozzi et al. (Proc.
Article Full Text PDF (838KB) - Knowledge Bank - The Ohio State
Gemmation and Heteroschizis, a third sort of amitosis which resembles closely the more commonly reported process of ami- tosis where the nucleus elongates ...

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A chaque mois sa plante, mai 2015 : l'Hibiscus
La gemmation. La floraison des fleurs est relativement courte, mais la plante produit régulièrement de nouveaux boutons. Il est donc important qu'elle porte une quantité suffisante de nouveaux boutons.
Mados konkurse „Injekcija“ visus papirko estiški mezginiai
Po šios kolekcijos savo darbus –kolekciją „Gemmation“– pristatė viešnia iš Rusijos Malika Nazirova Ramzanovna. Šios kolekcijos modelių veidus dengė audinys, todėl prastai matydami aplinkui modeliai kliuvo vienas už kito ir net atsitrenkė į ant podiumo ...

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Gemmation | definition of gemmation by Medical dictionary
development of a new organism from a protuberance on the cell body of the parent, a form of asexual reproduction; called also budding. Miller-Keane ...
Gemmation - definition of gemmation by The Free Dictionary
[From Latin gemmātus, past participle of gemmāre, to bud, from gemma, bud; see gembh- in Indo-European roots.] American Heritage® Dictionary of the English ...
Gemmation | Definition of Gemmation by Merriam-Webster
asexual reproduction (as in some protozoans) in which a new organism originates as a localized area of growth on or within the parent and subsequently  ...
gemmation - Wiktionary
English[edit]. Noun[edit]. gemmation (countable and uncountable, plural gemmations).
Gemmation | Define Gemmation at Dictionary.com
This mode of gemmation is connected by a series of gradations with the normal external gemmation. The Works of Francis Maitland Balfour, Volume II (of 4) ...

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