primary root


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primary root

[′prī‚mer·ē ′rüt]
(botany)
The first plant root to develop; derived from the radicle.
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Anatomically, an adventitious root may have anatomical differences from a primary root formed by the seedlings, which can affect root hydraulic conductivity and consequently gas exchange, growth, and productivity.
On the 30th DAS the cotyledon petiole became prominent, cylindrical in structure, with a white-yellowish color (Figure 5B), resembling the primary root and containing the embryo axis, as described by Santos-Moura et al.
At the end of the 12 days, germination of seeds (%) and shoot and primary root length (cm) of 10 pea seedlings were recorded and statistical analyses were performed.
Prevalence of Persistent Pain 3 to 5 Years Post Primary Root Canal Therapy and Its Impact on Oral Health - Related Quality of Life: PEARL Network Findings.
Root systems from demucilaged seeds showed no or less abnormalities and consisted of a prominent primary root and several symmetrically branched first-order lateral roots which emerged from the primary root.
however, intense red staining may indicate excessive time of contact with tetrazolium or inadequate solution concentration, as well as region of high physiological activity such as the end of the primary root.
"After 30 years of either living in, visiting, or working in South Sudan, and after extensive analysis undertaken by my colleagues at the Enough Project, our collective conclusion is that the primary root cause for the atrocities and instability that mark South Sudan's short history is that the government there quickly morphed into a violent kleptocracy," Deng said.
Chen XX at el14 compared the clinical and radiographic success rates of a modified primary root canal filling (ingredients: zinc oxide-eugenol, iodoform and calcium hydroxide, MPRCF) vs.
Villegas mentioned pride as primary root of all sins.

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