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nodulated

(ˈnɒdjʊˌleɪtɪd)
adj
having nodules or occurring as nodular growths
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Adj.1.nodulated - having nodules or occurring in the form of nodules; "nodular ores"
unshapely - not well-proportioned and pleasing in shape; "a stout unshapely woman"
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Other clinical features found were Exophytic papule (9.04%), Moles (1.42%), Nodulated (9.52%), Nodule with Cyst (9.04%), Plaque (0.95%), Polypoidal (2.855), Reddishness (8.57%), Sacrococcygeal Mass (0.47%) and scapula nodule (0.47%).
Tangential walls of ray cells in conifers have been given a separate terminology: strips of secondary walls between pits are considered "nodular" or "nodulated." The point that large pits, either bordered or non-bordered, are present is thus lost in favor of a term that misses the fact that large pit membranes are present.
5 shows the relationship between dry matter (dry weight of the aerial parts of the nodulated plants) and the number of nodules.
Aerenchyma formation and recovery from hypoxia of the flooded root system of nodulated soybeam.
It was shown that faba bean, as a legume, was better nodulated when intercropped than in monoculture and may have fixed more atmospheric N and take up more cations than anions and release H+ from the roots.
The results also showed that cowpea was nodulated by both groups of rhizobia, but fast growers formed the majority.
However, the anterior aggregate gland has a wavy duct covered in a removable, nodulated sheath, while the posterior aggregate gland has a short, wide, duct that does not have a nodulated sheath (Fig.
The B values used for calculations were average determinations from several glasshouse studies where nodulated plants were grown in N-free culture media and were -1.75%,, for chickpea, -0.79%c for vetch, -0.66%c for field pea, -0.57%f for lupin, -0.56%, for lentil and -0.50%, for faba bean (Unkovich et al.
Water stress induced changes in the concentrations of proline and total soluble sugars in nodulated alfalfa (Medicago sativa) plants.