outer bark Rootlet
of a woody plant Twig Fine woody twig (mainly eastern hemlock, Tsuga canadensis) TABLE 2.
These abnormal rootlets
are then cut, leaving the normal rootlets
1985) described in Arenicola marina--namely an abundance of apical mitochondria and short ciliary rootlets
The base may carry vertical rootlets
and is deeper than the height of the crown.
I clip some for salads and sandwiches, while the koi nibble underwater rootlets
Sorting proved to be the most time-consuming part of the operation for it involved painstakingly going through hundreds of tiny mountains of rootlets
and other debris.
The shoots already have rootlets
so all grew into potato plants fairly quickly.
Roots that cause abnormal muscle contraction are separated into their component rootlets
that in turn are stimulated.
with or without root hairs trap individual particles [is greater than] 250/[micro] m.
In the wild, the flies stop grazing in the evening, and males stake out rootlets
dangling from stream banks.
When the root tip reaches the ground, a series of pronounced morphological changes occur: the root tip loses its pigmentation, the cable root begins to thicken and lignify (secondary cambial growth), and numerous adventitious and fine rootlets
begin to grow from the root tip into the substrate (Gill and Tomlinson 1977).
In the hot summer, even a small drought can kill a tree when it does not have the rootlets
to pick up precious water.