Hamatum


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Ha`ma´tum

    (hå`mā´tŭm)
n.1.(Anat.) See Unciform.
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Isolation and biocontrol potential of Trichoderma hamatum from soil naturally suppressive to Rhizoctonia solani in the soil.
Trichoderma hamatum (Bonorden) Bainier was the most effective agent in suppressing the mycelial growth of S.
2012 Saprotrophic competitiveness and biocontrol fitness of a genetically modified strain of the plantgrowthpromoting fungus Trichoderma hamatum GD12.
Carpal tunnel is an anatomical compartment in the wrist, which includes the median nerve and flexor tendons inside, surrounded by the carpal bones scaphoid, trapezium, and hamatum that form an arch.
Phalen (wrist flexion) and reverse-Phalen (wrist extension) refer to the pressure increase inside the canal as a result of the shrinkage of carpal tunnel cross section at hamatum level with wrist flexion and extension [25, 48].
Stage 4 (S-H2): S, first mineralization of ulnar sesam-oid bone of metacarpophalangeal joint of hama-tum; H2, progressive ossification of hamular process of hamatum.
Los resultados obtenidos en este estudio con paja de arroz son superiores a los obtenidos por otros investigadores [20] con las cepas de Trichoderma reesei QM6a y T hamatum TBU F-105 (ambos 0,3 UI/mL) cuando fueron cultivados en madera de alamo; tambien fueron superiores a los reportados por Gomes y col.
Chemical consequences of relocation of the soft coral compactum and its placement in contact with the red alga Plocamium hamatum.
sin embargo, se debe anotar que la especie de Trichoderma utilizada en este ensayo no ha sido identificada, aunque se presume que es harzianum o hamatum o una mezcla de ambas, esto podria ser la razon de que la respuesta sea diferente a la mencionada en la literatura.
Another example is the biocontrol agent Trichoderma hamatum T382 that suppresses Botrytis cinerea.