tylose


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ty·lose

 (tī′lōs)
n.
An outgrowth of a parenchyma cell through a pit into a vessel element in a plant. Also called tylosis2.

[French.]
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Products, Lanxess, Lonza, Mississippi Lime, Reichhold, S E Tylose, US Zinc
Filling the vascular elements of Paulownia with tylose can be probably its reason [12].
It was hypothesized that weevil attacks in Bukoba, Tanzania were related to nutrient imbalances that affect the plant defense mechanism through reducing pectin and tylose formation, with adequate levels of magnesium linked to low weevil populations [32].
They found that thawing the Tylose disk in a refrigerator (still air) took more than 23 hours, while thawing it under a single impingement jet took less than five hours.
32,33] The exception for intravaginal administration may involve the use of triacetin or Tylose gels in the preparation of prostaglandin [E.
Principals: BASF, Celanese, FMC Blopolymer, Gabriel Performance Products, Lanxess, Lonza, Mississippi Lime, Reichhold, S E Tylose, US Zinc
The Dow Chemical Company * FMC Biopolymer * Gabriel Performance Products * Hoffman Minerals * Invista * Lanxess * Lonza * Mississippi Lime * Nabaltec * Ranbar * Reichhold * SE Tylose * Specialty Minerals * U.
Principals: BASF, Celanese, Huntsman, Imerys, Kronos, Lonza, Momentive, S E Tylose, Solvay, Unimin
Accumulation of substances inside vessel elements below them could be observed and the tylose formation was intensified (Fig.
The thawing of the Tylose disk in a refrigerator using still air took more than 23 hours, while thawing under a single impingement jet took less than 5 hours.