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In our study, BPIFB1 was only detected in neural tissue of the very early fetuses and in the luminal pole of duct cells in two of the major salivary glands examined; these were in the canalicular and terminal bud morphodifferentiation stages.
Recent observations by the author indicates that the real cause for the date palm disorders such as frond malformation, 'v' cut, crown bending, death of terminal bud and little leaf syndrome are caused by insect larvae of the date moth Arenipses sabella and followed by the secondary infection of fungi through the wound caused by the larvae.
The conical stem produces a single aboveground shoot from the terminal bud and a new bulb from a lateral bud.
The PA of the terminal bud changes and is higher (cf Section 2)
The terminal bud-scale scar is left when the terminal bud begins growth in the spring; it represents one year's growth.
Polyphenols are heavily concentrated in the youngest growth, terminal bud (28%), smallest (first) leaf (28%), second leaf (21%) and third leaf (18%).
The most striking symptom is the curvature of the terminal bud to form a crook.
Terminal bud cluster pruning is a new technique used on young nursery trees.
When plants reach their mature height, a terminal bud will form.
Four types of responses to defoliation were observed: A) A second flush in red oak, shagbark hickory, and year-old seedlings of green ash and sugar maple; B) A small continued extension of stem elongation with the production of some additional leaves and a significant delay in terminal bud formation in white ash, green ash, pignut hickory, black walnut, and in year-old seedlings of green ash and sugar maple; C) No response in sweetgum and white pine; and D) Shoot die-back in sugar maple, silver-red maple, cottonwood, black walnut, and to a lesser extent, the ashes.
If a terminal bud is removed, the next closest lateral bud inherits its strength and growth.