Leaf primordium -- bostoniensis 4 Cyathea Leaf primordium KnD + 2,4-D (2.0) spinulosa procured from in vitro-raised sporophytes Spore -- 5 Pityrogramma Circinate
part of KnD + 2,4-D (1.0) calomelanos young fronds Spore -- 6 Microsorum Leaf 1/4 strength of MS punctatum primordium medium (Hormone- free) Spore -- 7 Pteris vittata Leaf primordium MS + 2,4-D (2.0) + BAP (0.5) GGBs- MS + 2,4-D (0.5) + BAP (0.5) 8 Cyclosorus Leaf primordium -- dentatus Cultures established at the level of axillary/multiple Rooted plants S.
These hairs extend up ward and outward above the substrate and have tips, which are usually curved to circinate
, seldom straight.
Multiple, shallow, circinate
mucosal erosions on the soft palate and base of uvula.
During hospitalization and one month following admission he developed asymptomatic symmetric circinate
confluent vegetating erosive eruption with groups of blisters over buttocks following S1-S4 dermatomes.
* Normal vision ([greater than or equal to] 6/12) or vision loss without obvious clinically significant maculopathy (ie no circinate
exudates at the macula or extensive haemorrhaging).
[Most plants that have circinate
vernation of the leaves produce crosiers that roll toward the adaxial surface of the frond.
They are more superficial than drusen and usually more clearly defined (Figure 2).Trey tend to form incomplete orpartial rings (circinate
The diabetic fundus may show microinfarcts and/ or exudates, which may be scattered or forming rings (circinate
They may be confluent or arranged in a circinate
pattern around a cluster of microvascular abnormalities.