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lig·ne·ous

(lig'nē-ŭs),
Woody; having a woody feeling.
[L. ligneus, wooden, fr. lignum, wood]

ligneous

[lig′nē·əs]
Etymology: L, ligum, wood
woody or resembling wood in texture or other characteristics.

lig·ne·ous

(lig'nē-ŭs)
Woody; having a woody feeling.
[L. ligneus, wooden, fr. lignum, wood]
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In both, ligneous cover and area of pine forest showed a significant effect after controlling for the spatial variables and hunting pressure (dog packs), but in the opposite direction: ligneous cover favoured wild boar density, while pine forest area decreased it, either when introduced as a percentage or as a categorized variable (Models 1 and 2, respectively; Table 1).
Therapy with a purified plasminogen concentrate in an infant with ligneous conjunctivitis and homozygous plasminogen deficiency.
The differential diagnosis includes vocal fold polyps and ligneous conjunctivitis, and it is important to note that amyloid may occur in association with multiple myeloma, small cell carcinoma, and medullary thyroid carcinoma.
Identification technique for ligneous materials : Industrial processes and uses involving the identification technique.
These swirling, brightly colored strokes against the whiteness of the wall were echoed by the knotty, ligneous shapes of tree roots collected on the battlefield of Verdun and covered in india ink (Sans titre [Untitled], 2000).
The two mushrooms in the photographs belong to the group of decomposers of ligneous compounds, namely Copri-nus disseminatus, in a forest in Gloucestershire (England, above), and polyporaceous stump boletes, in a forest in Virginia (USA, below).
To that self-professed Edwardian, Edgar Jepson, the ending of the Victorian Age came in 1898 'when the Poets and Artists and Wits of the Nineties ceased to gather after the theatre at the Crown in the Charing Cross Road', and transferred the locus of their ambrosial nights' entertainment to Henekey's, that ligneous retreat, all oak and alcoves, polished wood butts of sherry and high-shining hogsheads of port and madeira, on High Holborn.
when plowed into the soil, sappy green manure crops may quickly provide nutrients for soil organisms but result in little structural benefit, while more ligneous materials provide down, but provide more distinct and longer-lasting structural improvements).
Preliminary selection: Sawn softwood; Hardwood lumber; Plywood; Chipboards and similar boards of wood or other ligneous materials; Fibreboard of wood or other ligneous materials; Windows and their wooden boxes; Doors, their boxes and wooden thresholds; Wooden building and carpentry products, not included in other groups; Buildings and premises wooden folded; Solid wooden buildings and premises; Wooden pallets, including pallets with sides; Other wooden loading platforms
The most common condition associated with plasminogen deficiency is ligneous conjunctivitis, which if left untreated can lead to corneal damage and blindness.
While ligneous conjunctivitis is the best characterized lesion of plasminogen deficiency, hypoplasminogenemia is a multiorgan disease that can also affect the ears, sinuses, tracheobronchial tree, genitourinary tract, and gingiva.
It is frequently observed in diphterial, streptococcal and ligneous conjunctivitis.