Noun(1) (anatomy, such as a fibril of a nerve
(1) Roots were determined to have protruded when the radicle had split the endosperm at which point it was clearly visible.(2) A caryopsis was considered germinated when the radicle pierced the seed coat, approximately 10 h after the start of imbibition.(3) Each week, the leaves were lifted, and seeds with an emerged radicle were counted as germinated and removed from the flats.(4) The micropyle is the pore through which the radicle emerges during seed germination.(5) The parasite radicle then thickens to form a vascular connection - a haustorium - between the parasite and the host.(6) Finally, a neurovascular examination should be performed to rule out referred pain secondary to radicular symptoms or vascular causes.(7) This is particularly found in radicular neuropathic pain perceived in the abdominal wall.(8) Of seeds that produced radicles , epicotyls emerged in 100% of them following 12 wk of cold stratification and subsequent movement to warmer temperatures.(9) Direct injection of fibrocartilage into these vessels during episodes of increased pressure, with retrograde travel into a radicular artery, may explain emboli seen in younger patients.(10) The studies included in the review examined all types of patients with back pain, including those with radicular pain.(11) Also, Lagrimini et al. have shown that overexpression of an anionic peroxidase in roots results in a significant decrease in radicular system development and in enhanced plant wilting.
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