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root·lets

(rūt'lĕts),
In neuroanatomy, nerve rootlets (radicular fila). See: filum.
See also: radicular fila.
Synonym(s): fila radicularia [TA]

rootlets

attachments of the basal bodies of cells to their cytoplasm.
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Results show that with decrease in available water the growth of shoot decreases more severely than rootlet which this decrease can be affected by genetic factors being different in various lines.
19,20) Although perineurial cysts (Tarlov cyst) are quite common in nerve, our case of the complex multiloculated cyst of nerve with multiple small rootlets embedded in cyst walls does not fit that description.
In our process, wheat was sprouted until the rootlets were about 3/8 inches long, then ground in a large meat grinder.
About the time rootlets can be seen sprouting from the seeds, the kernels are blown dry in a 120[degrees]F kiln to halt any further maturing in the seed.
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Water thoroughly to help in settling the loose soil particles around the rootlets, and keep the planting well watered while it gets started.
Bone often becomes contaminated by the intrusion of small roots and rootlets of recent plants and hence will give an erroneous date.
The cores contained ice, soil, pollen, and plant rootlets, as well as small groups of unidentifiable cells.
I clip some for salads and sandwiches, while the koi nibble underwater rootlets.
Each sample was examined under a microscope to look for contaminating materials (such as fibres, rootlets, or other plant materials), which were removed.
Between these discs the axon rootlets can exit the spinal column and enter the rest of the body.