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If this is what the old days were like, they were more germinative than good.
But gradually over the second half of the 20th century its reputation as a germinative force faded.
The seeds maintain their germinative powers for decades, up to a hundred years, according to some studies.
Melanin: It is brown in color and present in the germinative zone of the epidermis.
It does take time to penetrate through the epidermis to what passes for the germinative layer in a dragon's hide.
Its appearance occurs around the 22nd day of the embryo's development, originating from the ectoderm germinative layer.
Trichoblastomas are a cutaneous condition characterized by benign neoplasms of follicular germinative cells.
Each structure originates form different germinative layers or tissues: the ectoderm, endoderm and mesenchyme.
Spinous cells originate through mitosis in the basal layer (also known as the germinative layer).
The EGL is a secondary germinative epithelium that encompasses the entire cerebellum.
New lens fibers are generated from the equatorial cells of the lens epithelium, in a region referred to as the germinative zone.
But, indeed, your own discovery of the independent germinative capabilities of the pollen-grains of certain Orchidaceae is sufficiently illustrative of this.
In "Cutaina I and II" - both made of iron - podlike, germinative forms stand as erect as fertility goddesses.
The germinative scales of Tchaikovsky's overfamiliar Serenade for Strings, for example, given close attention, sounded as freshly minted as Mr. Harbison's.
In hair multiplication, plucked hair or hair fragments, which contain germinative cells, are implanted into the scalp with the hope that they will develop into new hair-producing follicles.
The attention he paid to the base, and the way he made the base - which had been the meek, humble part of sculpture - a worthy, germinative force, has a strongly Christian dimension.
In the plant, the eye or germinative point opens to a leaf, then to another leaf, with a power of transforming the leaf into radicle, stamen, pistil, petal, bract, sepal, or seed.
The rhombic lip is organized according to a temporal fate map in which Math1-expressing precursors that first emigrate from the germinative layer (prior to E12.5) become deep nuclear neurons, while those exiting later (E13) become granule cells.
His is also remembered for disputing the veracity of Ernst Haeckel's drawings of embryo, which had been used as justification for the development of recapitulation theory and for his identification of a germinative zone within the developing vertebrate metencephalon that he later termed the rhombic lip.
And if the reader will possess himself of these two facts, and understand that they are of a germinative, most vital quality, indestructible by the times and the chances; and have been growing and developing themselves, day and night ever since, in a truly wonderful manner,--the reader knows in substance what Menzel had to reveal.
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