lateral root


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lateral root

[′lad·ə·rəl ′rüt]
(botany)
A root branch arising from the main axis.
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The receptor double mutant ultimately revealed loss-of-function phenotypes of CEP signaling, which were characterized by pale-green leaves, enhanced lateral root elongation, and shorter stems accompanied by anthocyanin accumulation.
The preoperative radiograph showed inadequately sealed root canals, periapical lesions with iatrogenic lateral root perforation of tooth 16 (Figure 2a).
Mineral trioxide aggregate repair of lateral root perforations.
The use of gibberellin also triggered reductions in the root fresh mass of treated seedlings when compared to control (Figure 3), probably by inhibiting the initiation of lateral root primordia (Gou et al.
Caption: A Riparia Gloire vine displays lateral root growth following four weeks of greenhouse Culture in a rhizotron.
HISTORY: The term "lateral periodontal cyst" was used to describe any cyst that developed along the lateral root surface, including lateral radicular cysts and odontogenic cysts.
This article presents a non-surgical management of a case with chronic lateral root perforation with an open apex.
The median nerve is formed by the combination of the lateral root from the lateral cord and medial root from the medial cord of the brachial plexuses.
The parameters were the total length of the lateral root canals and the extent of penetration of the filling material.
10](u) to verify the relative positions of branching in the root systems relative to the primary root because the indices mentioned above do not indicate whether the herringbone pattern forms along the primary root or a lateral root (Figure 1).