Temuz, Monomer reactivity ratios of grafted
cellulose with n-cyclohexylacrylamide and methyl methacrylate by atom transfer radical polymerization, Cell.
Cross section of disperse dyeing AA grafted
PSA fibers (degree of grafting ~30%).
and non-grafted plants were grown under pandal system.
On 14th day, there was presence of inflammatory cells in between healthy and strip grafted
In the present study, survival of the grafted
plants after grafting was low (20.38%) even when the same species was used as rootstock and scion.
with a Swiss army knife, an X-ACTO knife, and, best of all for its single bevel and straight edge, a grafting knife.
The european Rocha and Abbe Fetel pear cultivars grafted
on to the quince EMC rootstock exhibited greater vigor according to the section increment (mm) in the cultivar's trunk at the graft union region and the section increment (mm) in the rootstocks trunk at the graft union region, because partial tissue continuity existed in the graft union region between the cultivars and rootstocks.
The four passes for each grafted
stitch stay within the vertical transitions, without any jog.
Part of the rootstocks were bud grafted
(summer budding) with the quince cultivars 'Provence' (Cydonia oblonga Mill.), 'Mendoza Inta-37' (C.
samples for Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy [FTIR] spectra measurements were prepared by making films of the mixture in a hot press.
the average operation time intra-operative blood loss and postoperative pain and to demonstrate the surgical procedure and clinical outcome in terms of preservation of the grafted
The aim of the surgery was to give a dry ear with permanent closure of perforation and restoration of hearing in a successfully grafted
Synthesis and mechanical characterisation of cellulose based textiles grafted
with acrylic monomers.
Regeneration of mucosa from sides of the graft was grossly visible and congestion surrounding the grafted
site was evident in oesophagoplasty with acellular fish swim bladder group on this day (Fig.2).
A bypass graft refers to the artery or vein that is taken from somewhere else in the body and sewn or grafted
onto a coronary artery that has become blocked.