On the other hand, the sutured nerve represented regenerable
PNI model as morphological and functional recovery was detected at 14 days postinjury (dpi) and achieved a relatively high level at 28 dpi and 56 dpi (Figure 2).
Currently wheat tissue culturing and genetic transformation is confined to a very small number of selective but non-adaptive regenerable
genotypes that are not suited to grow in our environment.
The process is based on two underlying technologies: regenerable
immobilized amino-saline sorbents for capturing carbon dioxide and a steam regeneration technique for deploying these sorbents.
specific subject of commerce is replaceable, regenerable
, or held in
An alternative source for regenerable
organogenic callus induction in Jatropha curcas.
The company said that its CBRN system protects vehicle occupants from all known chemical warfare agents and has a regenerable
pressure swing adsorption (PSA) unit at its heart that is immobilised to withstand the shocks and vibrations endured by military vehicles, increasing the system's life.
Transient gene expression in electroporated banana (Musa spp., cultivar "Bluggoe", ABB group) protoplast isolated from regenerable
embryogenic cell suspension.
* Que el organo sea doble o regenerable
: como la sangre.
The desiccants are commonplace, regenerable
, and already approved for food use.
"As such, sdAb may allow biosensors to be regenerable
and used over and over without loss of activity.
Recientemente, en diciembre de 2007, fue patentado  un lecho regenerable
de alumina activado para eliminar siloxano.
The manufacturer also owns green certificates (a system that promotes the production of energy from regenerable
sources), that are added to the incomes earned by selling the electric energy.