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Graft

An informal term for bribery.
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Grafted copolymers were filtered and thoroughly washed with N,N-dimethylformamide, acetonitrile, ethanol, and diethyl ether to eliminate oligomer and homopolymer that can form in the reaction.
Thus, it is impossible to form strong interactions between the disperse dyes and the grafted fibers such as the formation of ionic bonds.
In the present study, the RA was grafted to the LCX system in approximately 55.77% of the cases; most of these cases were from the BIMA group.
The grafted wounds were dressed with Povidone iodine and rebandaging of wound was done on third post-operative day followed by every alternate day up to 28th day of grafting.
(5-7) Moreover, cortical grafts provide structural support in large bone defects in birds and have been grafted successfully.
Luc et al., "Refractory spasm of coronary arteries and grafted conduits after isolated coronary artery bypass surgery," Annals of Thoracic Surgery, vol.
None of the patients showed systemic autoimmune symptoms or increased blistering outside of the grafted areas, and no clinical signs of malignancy developed.
Table 2--Number of primary buds, length of primary buds, number of leaves, and percentage of survival of jabuticabeira Acu scions grafted onto the same species, Surinam cherry, or Cherry of the Rio Grande.
Grafts are sometimes successful between different species within the same genus so paperbark maple (Acer griseum) can be grafted onto sugar maple (Acer saccharum) stock.
As described above, in the eight-year-old grafted orchard, the incompatible graft union between the Williams cultivar and EMC rootstock show smooth surface at the point of separation between the cultivar and rootstock, except at the central cylinder point, which was splintered.
Illustration J shows the grafting for both needles combined into one grafted row.