For example, you can use grafting
to join two halves of a scarf where each half has been worked from the cast-on to the center, to join two short ends of a knitted rectangle to form a cowl, or to reattach a part of a garment (such as the lower portion of a sleeve or sweater body) that has been removed and altered in some way.
Another symptom that may be related to graft incompatibility is a difference in the diameters of the cultivar and rootstock in the grafting
union region (RODRIGUES, 2004; DARIKOVA et al.
is useful for multiplying clones (genetically identical plants), whether the clone is a 'Mcintosh' apple, a 'Sargent' cherry, or some nameless apple tree bearing tasty fruits.
remains one the most important and basic modality for wound coverage.
Species selection is pivotal in plant grafting
failure is often the result of incompatibility between the rootstock and the scion, characterized by absence of normal tissue development at the graft, with the occurrence of vascular vessels that are not completely lignified.
Using open approach, 35 patients underwent adjunctive grafting
to correct alar retraction during rhinoplasty.
Background: The impact of sequential vein bypass grafting
on clinical outcomes is less known in off-pump coronary artery bypass grafting
The patency of the anastomosis and the flow of the graft are the most important subjects for coronary artery bypass grafting
The patient subsequently underwent open nasoseptorhinoplasty with a caudal septal extension graft, V-Y columellar lengthening, spreader grafting
, and a combined dorsal strut/shield graft using costal cartilage.
incorporates a new grapevine cultivar onto the root system of a desired rootstock variety.
a double board certified facial plastic surgeon in Dallas, Texas, was recently featured in an article in the January 2011 edition of Plastic Surgery Practice magazine titled, "Is Fat Grafting
Superior To Using Fillers?
These horticultural tricks are all about the ancient art of grafting
2 : to join one thing to another as if by grafting
The role of additives such as solvent and mineral acids is important in radiation grafting
reactions since appropriate composition of grafting
solution can enhance the grafting
yields, and as a result, the monomer consumption and the radiation dose required to achieve a particular grafting
level can be lowered in the presence of suitable additives [2,3].
This audit reviews our experience with split skin grafting
of burn wounds over a 6-month period.