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Synonyms for exudation

a substance that oozes out from plant pores

the process of exuding


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Jones DL, Prabowo AM, Kochian LV (1996a) Kinetics of malate transport and decomposition in acid soils and isolated bacterial populations: the effect of microorganisms on root exudation of malate under Al stress.
Our approach to target exudation through MR pathways largely avoids the potential for this kind of debilitating side effect.
On day 3 in group I, the wound surface was bright pink in color with severe inflammatory exudation.
Paterson E, Thornton B, Midwood AJ, Sim A (2005) Defoliation alters the relative contributions of recent and non-recent assimilate to root exudation from Festuca rubra.
2000; Abraham 2003), disruption of epithelial integrity, interstitial edema, and protein exudation leakage into the alveolar space (Ware and Matthay 2000; Dreyfuss and Ricard 2005; Sapru et al.
The alteration and infiltration of the stroma around the veins with leukocytes, as well as stroma loosening, were observed due to the exudation.
Allelochemicals (inhibitors) are produced by plants as end products, by-products and metabolites through volatilization, leaching, exudation and decomposition, and are contained in the stem, leaves, roots, flowers, inflorescence, fruits and seeds of the plants [8].
automotive window interiors), and surface exudation which can affect printing or weld adhesion of the TPU article.
Vasculitis leads to diffuse leakage with resultant exudation, haemorrhage and retinal oedema.
The clinical manifestations result from increased cerebral perfusion with loss of blood-brain barrier integrity, resulting in exudation of fluid into the surrounding brain (vasogenic edema).
Both strains of this microorganism were grown on nutrient agar, exposed to the Q, 30C, 200C, 1M, 10M and 50M homeopathic potencies of Thuja, incubated at 37 degrees Celsius and assessed at days 3, 6 and 9 for the remedy's effect on percentage inhibition, spore formation and exudation in comparison to controls.
Qualitatively, the effect of each chemical as a muscle relaxant was observed, indicating the muscle condition (soft or contracted) and exudation of mucus.
In permeability pulmonary edema, pathophysiological disruption of the alveolar-capillary membrane is the basis for the exudation of fluid into the pulmonary interstitium and ultimately into the lungs.
At that point, clinicians began to extend the treatment intervals by about 2 weeks at each visit if there were no signs of recurrent exudation.
The abdomen slowly moves clockwise, each movement corresponding to exudation of the gelatinous liquid adding to the base of the lerp.