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It is concluded that salivary glands pass through pre-natal development that involves pre-bud, initial bud, pseudo-glandular, canalicular and terminal bud stages and becomes fully functional post-natally.
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.
Terminal buds and upper stems of some plants in this plot were dead by late Jun.
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.
Thus, terminal buds, appropriately called 'golden tips' and highly prised in the trade, are super rich in polyphenols and high in caffeine.
The dormant terminal bud is also protected by a series of scales that leave a complete ring of scars around the stem when they fall off at the onset of new growth in the spring.
We assume that the terminal bud of an axis of CA k = 0 can not change its PA immediately.
The basic parts of the stem are the terminal bud, bud scale, terminal bud-scale scar, axillary bud or lateral bud, node, internode, leaf scar, and lenticel.
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.
(see Figure 1-10) Terminal Bud. This is the bud at the tip of the stem that will provide for growth in length of the stem.
Terminal bud cluster pruning is a new technique used on young nursery trees.