ligneous


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ligneous

of or resembling wood

ligneous

[′lig·nē·əs]
(biology)
Of, pertaining to, or resembling wood.
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The three alternative models we have compared were: (1) a model in which both main predictive environmental variables (area of ligneous vegetation and pine forest) are introduced as proportions, (2) a model with "area of pine forest" introduced as a categorical variable whereas ligneous cover remains as proportions (see above), (3) a model introducing the interaction between the categorized "area of pine forest" and the proportion of the area covered by ligneous vegetation.
Induction of ligneous conjunctivitis by conjunctival surgery.
Prenatal diagnosis in a family with severe type I plasminogen deficiency, ligneous conjunctivitis and congenital hydrocephalus.
The ligneous species preferentially used for firewood in the zone are Grewia bicolor (95%), Combretum glutinosum (80%) and Pterocarpus lucens (45%).
A ticket gets you a commemorative glass and 3-ounce pours of 15 ligneous libations of your choosing," Doc Sysak added.
Ligneous leaves (Syringa oblate Linn(Var giraldii), Ginkgobiloba Linn, Calathea zebrine'Humilior'), which surface hardness was large as seen in Fig.
It is possible to use a very wide range of raw materials for producing bioethanol (on the contrary to producing biodiesel fuel) including cereal and corn grains, sugar beets, molasses, potatoes as well as raw materials containing lignocellulose--wood and wood waste, rapidly growing ligneous plants, cereal and rape straws etc.
Dynamics of some Western Australian ligneous formations with special reference to the invasion of exotic species.
Ligneous tissue is decomposed at a very slow rate by microorganisms.
Macroscopic observation shows that these seven rongorongo are carved in the direction of the wood fibres, that is perpendicularly to the ligneous rays.
The cellulose content of plant matter is converted into ethanol and the ligneous (or woody) part serves as solid fuel to feed the process.