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graft (something) onto (something)

To connect or join two things, typically living things (such as plants or human tissue). Can the doctor really graft healthy skin cells onto that burned area?
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graft (something) on

To connect or join two things, typically living things (such as plants or human tissue). Can the burn doctor really graft healthy skin cells on?
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graft something on(to) something

 and graft something on
to splice a living part onto another living part. The gardener grafted a red rose onto the stem of another species. The gardener grafted on a red rose.
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Table-1: Elemental analysis results of grafting on chitosan with some monomers.
The grafting reaction was carried out under simultaneous irradiation (Co-irradiation).
If only the LIMA was harvested, the traditional pedicled approach was used for grafting, which included harvesting of the surrounding parietal pleura, venae comitantes, muscle, and fascia, thus leaving the chest wall completely devascularized.
Although alternative pesticides and other physical treatments are being tested and developed, grafting with resistant rootstocks is part of an integrated approach to avoid soil borne diseases (Tamilselvi and Pugalendhi, 2015).
In order to fully understand how grafting works, it's essential to understand how knitted fabric is created.
The orchard was planted in 2006 with preformed seedlings of european Abbe Fetel, Rocha and Williams pear cultivars, which were grafted using the english grafting method on to EMC quince rootstocks.
Weeping cherry growing on its own roots merely creeps along the ground; grafting it high on an upright trunk of a non-weeping cherry rootstock will bring the weeping head high off the ground.
Rootstock selection is a critical determinant of grafting success and directly influences the cultivation process.
Taggart, "Spasm in arterial grafts in coronary artery bypass grafting surgery," Annals of Thoracic Surgery, vol.
Using open approach, 35 patients underwent adjunctive grafting to correct alar retraction during rhinoplasty.
The advantages of DBM when used alone or in combination with other bone graft materials are that it is easy to prepare, is cost effective, and is suitable for bone grafting in bird fracture management.
Skin grafting aims at early healing of a wide skin defect with better cosmetic appearance and proper hair growth.
Abstract: Mass spectra of reconstructed ion chromatogram (MRIC) technique are used to follow up the grafting copolymerization of 1-vinyl-2-pyrrolidinone (VP) 1-vinyl-3-anisylidine-2-pyrrolidinone (VAP) and ethylmethacrylate (EMA) and cellulose extracted from kenaf using xanthate method.
Alveolar cleft reconstruction is a major challenge in cleft lip and/or palate (CLP) patients and golden standard protocol is to perform bone grafting (BG) before canine eruption and subsequent or- thodontic closure.
It is a well-known fact that internal mammary artery conduits have excellent and long-lasting patency when used for coronary artery bypass grafting. Its supremacy is largely because it prevents atherosclerosis.