callus


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Synonyms for callus

an area of skin that is thick or hard from continual pressure or friction (as the sole of the foot)

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bony tissue formed during the healing of a fractured bone

(botany) an isolated thickening of tissue, especially a stiff protuberance on the lip of an orchid

cause a callus to form on

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form a callus or calluses

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Embryonic callus and bulblet induction medium: Bulb scale explants were transferred to MS (Murashige and Skoog, 1962), Orchimax (Duchefa Biochemie B.V.
After 90 days of incubation, callus formation was not observed in control treatments lacking growth regulators.
The photographs had been provided to the newspaper by Ms Hinte's former friend, Julie Howard, for PS750, said Mr Callus.
Media Preparation for Callus Induction, Callus Regeneration, and Plantlet Regeneration.
Explants were cultivated for 9 weeks in order to obtain callus cultures till molecular biology analysis.
The following variables were analyzed: number of shoots, rooted seedlings, plants transferred for acclimatization, acclimatized adult plants and fertile plants per gram of callus. The completely randomized experimental design with five replicates was used, each of which was composed of a Petri dish containing one gram of embryogenic calli.
But I'd be willing to bet that everybody reading this is capable of TREATING callus, probably better than the authors of the study!
The selected salt-tolerant callus was sub-cultured on MS media for somatic embryogenesis.
It is because embryogenesis is based on obtaining a genetically heterogeneous plant regenerants from callus. Although callus culture consists of undifferentiated fast dividing cells which results in high somaclonal variation level, regenerants from callus culture inherits only part of callus cell's genetic material.
To our knowledge, no documents have ever been published about phytochemical profiles and antioxidant activities of the raw materials from different plant parts, tissue-cultured plants, and callus by chromatographic and spectrophotometry methods.
ABSTRACT: Present study was aimed to optimize a protocol for in vitro based propagation of cotton through callus and shoot tip culture.
"Debridement to remove the callus is the most important part of local wound care, but debridement without offloading afterwards will rebuild callus," explained Dr.
Over-the-counter corn and callus pads can protect affected areas from further friction.
* Rako, owners of more than 80 presses at its locations in Europe, South Africa and China, has again opted for Callus presses.