conducting tissue


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conducting tissue

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(Botany) botany another term for vascular tissue
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Thomas graduated with a Diploma in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Applied Science in Ulm (Germany) and went on to obtain his PhD from the Institute of Cancer Research, where he investigated the interaction between radio frequency electromagnetic fields and conducting tissue, with particular emphasis on its application to the design of phased array resonators.
On the contrary, plants of population No 3, have all signs of body xeromorphic structures (strong development of cover tissue and presence of more wide clearance vessels of water conducting tissue).
The water conducting tissue is curtained by the increasing amounts of salt stress, in particular the number of xylem vessels decreased.
Anatomy of the conducting tissue of heart: The conducting tissue of the heart comprises of SA node, AV node, AV bundle with 2 limbs & Purkinje fibres.
Complete or partial atrioventricular (AV) blocks, left anterior bundle branch block and right bundle branch block are associated with replacement of the conducting tissue by fibrosis and/or adipose tissue (3).
Surgeons at Glenfield Hospital in Leicester identified a rogue piece of conducting tissue that was burned away with a wire probe.