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Graft

An informal term for bribery.
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Because grafting is a seaming technique that mimics the structure of the knitted fabric--the way the stitches interlock--it is the most invisible joining method.
2012), the proliferation and adhesion of a tissue callus can occur during the compatible and incompatible grafting of different Prunus combinations up to one week after grafting.
Grafting is a way to multiply plants that don't form roots readily as cuttings or come true from seeds.
One of the major problems with skin grafting is the hyper pigmentation of the graft.
In some cases, this incompatibility is only observed years after the grafting is performed, resulting in differences in growth and often breaking the connectivity of the host and graft at the graft point.
In this article, based on authors experience we tried to use new grafting techniques which are simple and accurate to correct alar retraction.
The sequential vein bypass grafting is a frequently used technique in coronary surgical revascularization whereby more than one distal anastomosis is constructed per segment of conduit used.
Transit-time flow measurement is essential in coronary artery bypass grafting.
The traditional approach to nasal tip and dorsal augmentation grafting has been to use individual grafts with multiple sutures.
Lam was asked a number of questions within the article related to whether he considers fat grafting an acceptable alternative to using fillers and what he believes the future of fat grafting techniques, and their use along with stem cell therapy, will be.
Although shrouded in mystery, grafting fruit trees is a simple process that requires minimal equipment and effort, yet allows the home gardener to grow an almost limitless number of fruit varieties on relatively few trees.