furrowing


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furrowing

A technique used in bricklaying to increase the speed of work; the bricklayer creates a furrow in the mortar bed with the tip of his trowel.
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This concentration of centralspindlin, in turn, recruits the Rho GEF Ect2, which mediates the activation of Rho required for the functioning of the contractile ring that drives furrowing during cytokinesis (Yuce et al.
He further stated: "Judging by the interest from the farmers there is a huge opportunity for the private sector to offer ripper furrowing land preparation services in the communal land farming areas by tractor as well as draught animals.
A previous study by Arnold (6) showed that A23187 enhances furrowing in the squid embryo, but the concentration of ionophore used in those experiments was not stated.