exudation


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exudation

[‚ek·syə′dā·shən]
(chemical engineering)

exudation

Any liquid or liquid-like material which oozes through a pore, crack, or opening in a concrete surface.
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degree of inflammation, exudation, embedding of sutures and gross appearance of suture line, which were recorded on 1st, 3rd, 5th, 7th and 9th day postoperatively using visual score card method in control and laser treated groups.
d) Clinical signs: diffuse or extensive oedema, exudation, necrosis, pain or inflammation of the lymphatic ducts in that region or of the lymph nodes.
initiation and final exudation at the end point in leaves is not known,
At ambient temperature, part of the AO is in a supersaturated state and the exudation and precipitation becomes more relevant (regime A).
However, there is no significant difference in citrate and oxalate exudation between both varieties at low Al concentration.
The chemical compounds which are released by the plants and other micro organisms are termed as allelochemicals which are synthesized in all parts of plant like roots shoots leaves seeds and flowers and released into the surrounding environment by volatilization from leaves decomposition of plant residues and exudation from roots.
Clinical assessment of the general behavior changes, rectal temperature, warmth of the graft/wound degree of exudation was done up to day 7 post operatively [18].
Pliotec LEB 18--This Low Exudation Binder for facade coatings allows paint manufacturers to significantly reduce surfactant leaching ("snail trails") while offering durable protection and perfect decoration.
The author includes in this treatise on the diseases of plants a special chapter on exudation and rot, including the phenomena of tumescence, decomposition, humidity, acidification, dew, gomosis and the emergence of diverse workflows that facilitate a profuse or permanent exudation in the barks.
In particular it is important to ascertain the presence of macular thickening and exudation, which can suggest macular oedema, and CNVs, which can point towards exudative AMD.
The bone marrow also exhibited multifocal necrosis and fibrin exudation as well as marked erythroid and lesser granulocytic hyperplasia with intralesional protozoan cysts.