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In this context, the production of viable mini-cuttings, their rooting potential and root vigor are considered as juvenility markers (Pijut, Woeste, & Michler, 2010; Husen, 2012; Wendling et al.
The consequences of the developments sketched out in the preceding sections of this paper indicate an increasing demand for a research agenda on risk mechanisms triggering the advancement of criminal behavior in early juvenility, the link between negative childhood events for differentiating offending models through late juvenility, and the function of detrimental childhood events in raising the possibility of both offending and oppression.
the juvenility of theater that are deemed negative--delight in sensation
in extended periods of juvenility and later age of sexual maturity) suggest mosaic evolution in our ancestors' social behavior the past two million years (Foley & Gamble, 2009; Lieberman, 2011).
Any suggestion of the latter emanating from the hand of the young composer due to his juvenility is easily assuaged when assessed alongside Alice C.
Bud break and sprouting of buds from nodal explant is strongly influenced by genotype, juvenility of explant tissues, and its physiological state, season of explant collection, and culture initiation [119-121].
The given pattern of RGR can be described in term of juvenility of plants at earlier growth periods and shading effects of upper leaves on older ones at later growth stages.
However, it needs to be revisited and the age of juvenility should be differential.
This may be due to the juvenility factor of the plant or different type of auxins used.
So, as per the provisions of the Juvenile Justice Act, the bone ossification test needs to be conducted for a fair trial to prove his juvenility," said Singh.