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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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The following variables were analyzed: number of shoots, rooted seedlings, plants transferred for acclimatization, acclimatized adult plants and fertile plants per gram of callus.
And although it may be helpful, one does not NEED to understand callus in that level of detail to treat it effectively.
The selected salt-tolerant callus was sub-cultured on MS media for somatic embryogenesis.
Callus culture followed by proper regeneration into plantlets is an important source of adding variation in present germplasm [5].
Callus formation secondary to sensory and motor neuropathy leads to subcutaneous bleeding, ulcer formation, and deeper infection, sometimes with life- or limb-threatening osteomyelitis.
One year after the previous purchase, Rako has invested in two Callus ECS 340 presses.
Along with other secondary metabolites AY-phellandrene was the most prominent secondary metabolites found in in vitro grown callus cultures of both the varieties.
We evaluated the percentage of rooting and callus from the count of total rooted and calloused layers in each period, respectively.
A callus is similar to a corn, in that it's a build-up of hard skin usually as a result of excess pressure, but it covers a larger area and looks less well defined than a corn.
Exogenous application of phythormones can generate callus induction which may help to increase availability of plant material for in vitro studies.
The patency of the medullar canal due to absence of endosteal callus formation results in formation significant hematoma in the refractures.
The findings suggested that the embryogenic capacity of callus depended on concentrations of exogenous hormones and the genetic makeup of the genotype.