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ramify

 [ram´ĭ-fi]
1. to branch; to diverge in different directions.
2. to traverse in branches.

ram·i·fy

(ram'i-fī),
To split into a branchlike pattern.
[L. ramus, branch, + facio, to make]

ramify

/ram·i·fy/ (ram´ĭ-fi)
1. to branch; to diverge in different directions.
2. to traverse in branches.

ramify

See ramus.

ram·i·fy

(ram'i-fī)
To split into a branchlike pattern.
[L. ramus, branch, + facio, to make]

ram·i·fy

(ram'i-fī)
To split into a branchlike pattern.
[L. ramus, branch, + facio, to make]

ramify (ram´əfī),

v to branch; to diverge in various directions; to traverse in branches.

ramify

1. to branch; to diverge in different directions.
2. to traverse in branches.
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Various carbohydrate digestions of the ramified region (rhamnogalacturonan possessing carbohydrate side-chains rich in neutral sugars) of bupleuran 2IIc were performed with endo-[beta]-D-(1 [right arrow] 4)-galactanase, endo-[alpha]-L-(1 [right arrow] 5)-arabinanase, exo-[beta]-D-(1 [right arrow] 3)-galactanase and rhamnogalacturonase A following the procedure of Sakurai et al.
This highly ramified structure prevent large particules (>250 [micro]m) from entering into the stomach (Wade 1969).
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or parallel syntactic form in a ramified growth of subordinate clauses (the familiar formats of his fascinating array of modes of cataloguing)" (183).
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