There he will find the very beginnings of things, the growing point, as it were, of all neuropathy.
Some will be just starting a growing point down into the soil.
The youngest of these, near the growing point of the stem, are unbranched, but the older ones branch extensively (C).
If we follow it to the tip, the contents here will be found to be denser, this being the growing point.
Germ, a growing point; a young bud; sometimes the same as embryo, 127.
But why should a growing shoot or a growing point in general produce such a suction?
An up-movement of a leaf or a petal means approach towards the growing point of the axis.
This growing point splits, and gives rise to several fibrils, which are new axis-cylinders.
This growing point is usually protected by a peculiar cap, which insinuates its way through the crevices of the soil.
They do not anticipate needs, do not keep themselves fresh at the growing point.