root segment

root segment

[′rüt ‚seg·mənt]
(computer science)
The master or controlling segment of an overlay structure which always resides in the main memory of a computer.
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The root segment with the highest score (poorest removal of filling materials) was applied for the statistical analyses in each case.
X-ray computed tomography (CT), which is widely used in the medical sciences, may be applied to acquire cross-sectional image slices of a root segment (Tracy et al.
The microscope was focused through the entire root segment and if an arbuscule or vesicle was detected, the root segment at the intersection was scored as infected.
paragraph]) Percent infection sites associated with GUS staining in a hairy root segment not expressing GUS activity.
A root segment was scored positive if it had recognizable vesicles or arbuscules.
1) what kind of access should there be to the root segment through its (unique) key and
While prices in our bulk root segment remain weak, we see encouraging signs for our Company," Mr.
While prices in our bulk root segment remain disappointing, we see encouraging signs for our industry.
11 A similar study was conducted on triple antibiotic paste (TAP) placed in human root segments and irrigated with endoactivator, passive ultrasonic irrigation, EndoVac or a syringe/Max-i-Probe needle.
From each plant, 10 leaf segments, 10 shoot segments, and 10 root segments were analyzed.
For all experimental groups combined, push-out bond strength was found to be higher in the cervical root segments than in the apical root segments.
After five days, the primary root segments of the seedlings were removed and immersed in 70% alcohol (GATTI et al.