The greatest values of percentage, germination speed, mean daily germination speed, seedling vigor index, rootlet
length, shoot length, dry weights of root and shoot were found in the first four treatments (distilled water = 0 bar) and the least values were found in the fifth treatments (1.
Due to the size of the nerves and rootlets
, this is a very precise procedure and therefore the surgery can last for several hours and requires a general anaesthetic.
is tested with electromyographic (EMG), which records electrical patterns in muscles, and severely abnormal rootlets
are detected and then cut.
These structures may be tendrils, modified stalks, rootlets
or hook-like thorns.
The irregular dimples on your rhizophore mark the places where rootlets
once emerged underground.
Because the rootlets
that attach ivy to a wall are not true roots, they will not damage a sound wall.
These included patient 1 with a multiloculated cyst, possibly of arachnoidal origin (Figure 1, A), in which innumerable S100-positive nerve rootlets
were entrapped in cyst wall.
Tangles of ivy caress the trees, as they twist and turn, and tiny rootlets
find what footholds they can in the ancient bark.
are typically polyphagous and larvae feed on rootlets
(Anonymous 2000; O'Brien et al.
Snow, which used to linger longer into the spring, acts like a blanket on the ground, keeping the soil and fine cedar rootlets
at a consistent temperature.
These form the rootlets
, branching from the main roots.
Secondly, radio-carbon dates depend on the material analysed (wood, seeds, bulk organic matter, insoluble or soluble fraction), its preservation and availability to weathering, contamination with older carbon or younger rootlets
, hard water and reservoir effect, as well as the dating method used (Olsson 1986; Veski 1998; Wohlfarth et al.