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wa·ter·log

 (wô′tər-lôg′, -lŏg′, wŏt′ər-)
tr.v. wa·ter·logged, wa·ter·log·ging, wa·ter·logs
1. To make (a boat, for example) heavy and unwieldy by flooding with water.
2. To saturate with water and make soggy or unusable.

[Back-formation from waterlogged.]

waterlog

(ˈwɔːtərˌlɒɡ)
vb (tr)
to flood with water
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Rootstock Adventitious root Linear adventitious root number (1) length (cm) (1) Normal (2) Waterlog Normal Waterlog G.202 42 a (3,*) 63 a 100 ab (ns) 145 ab G.213 11 c (ns) 9 b 52 bc (ns) 66 b G.814 39 ab (ns) 53 a 205 a (ns) 175 ab M.9 25 abc * 65 a 90 bc * 202 a Mar./M.9 (4) 17 bc (ns) 32 ab 28 c * 111 ab CV (5) 31.79 36.97 Rootstock Mean adventitious root length (cm) (1) Normal Waterlog G.202 2.7 cd (ns) 2.4 b G.213 4.7 ab (ns) 5.0 a G.814 5.2 a 3.3 b M.9 3.4 bc (ns) 3.0 b Mar./M.9 (4) 1.8 d * 3.5 b CV (5) 18.54 (1) Means presented in table as original were transformed by square root ([check]x) for statistical analysis.