primary root


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primary root

n.
The first root of a plant, originating in the embryo.
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Which is the most effective disinfection method in primary root canals: Conventional or newly developed ones?
Germination was recorded daily, for seven days, being taken into consideration the germinated seeds with 2 mm of primary root (Hadas, 1976).
From this point on, the germination stabilized and the seeds considered as germinated were those with primary root of at least 2 mm of length (Borghetti & Ferreira, 2004) and positive geotropic curvature.
pulcherrima werevmost vigorous (higher primary root length) on vermiculite, vermiculite + vegetable soil, with mean values of 15.
Seeds were considered to be germinated when primary root reached a length equal to or greater than the highest seed size, Figure 2(i).
Both length and weight of the primary root were enhanced by moderate salinities; however, roots became thinner than control plants in upland cotton (Basal et al.
After 30 years of either living in, visiting, or working in South Sudan, and after extensive analysis undertaken by my colleagues at the Enough Project, our collective conclusion is that the primary root cause for the atrocities and instability that mark South Sudan's short history is that the government there quickly morphed into a violent kleptocracy," Deng said.
Chen XX at el14 compared the clinical and radiographic success rates of a modified primary root canal filling (ingredients: zinc oxide-eugenol, iodoform and calcium hydroxide, MPRCF) vs.
Counts were performed daily over a 60 days period (time required for ceasing germination events, at 8[degrees]C), with the protrusion followed by gravitropic curvature of the primary root being adopted as germination criterion.
Villegas mentioned pride as primary root of all sins.
For Expt 1, the primary root (of the large-seeded species) was scanned separately from its lateral roots to digitally measure its mean diameter, [D.

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