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clo·nal

(klō'năl),
Pertaining to a clone.

clo·nal

(klō'năl)
Pertaining to a clone.
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According to the study, the eucalyptus plantation in India with modern clonal technology causes no adverse impact on either the environment or on the water table.
5.1 The Bidder should essentially be a competent agency on clonal seedlings preparation/supply related works.
Local farmers are capacitated in order to practice mass propagation of seedling through macrosomatic clonal propagation even in their own farms.
The DOST-PCAARRD monitoring team, led by Director Leila America of the Forestry and Environment Research Division, visited the hedge garden, clonal nursery and rooting facilities and recovery area of makaasim and batikuling tree species.
The genomic coordinates corresponding to the breakpoints on derivative chromosome(s) were the same in all samples collected from a given patient, confirming their clonal relatedness in 18 of 18 patients.
Recent emergence of Staphylococcus aureus clonal complex 398 in human blood cultures.
The aim of the study was to determine the clonal origin of the tumors through microsatellite loss of heterozygosity (LOH) tests.
Of crucial importance to cancer research, the solution provides more detailed insight into the clonal structure of cancer samples, including spatial distribution across tumor slices and longitudinal changes.
The (https://www.nature.com/articles/s41559-018-0467-9) open-access study , titled "Clonal genome evolution and rapid invasive spread of the marbled crayfish," appeared Monday in the journal Nature Ecology & Evolution.
The clonal freshwater crayfish is regarded as an invasive species that threatens endemic wild species, but its success may help scientists better understand how cancer spreads.
Clonal gardens are orchards composed by one or several groups of plants, whose purpose is the production of propagules for the formation of quality seedlings, intended for the implantation of orchards and commercial nurseries (Cavalcanti Junior, 2000).
Editing the pluripotent stem cell genome relies on the survival of single cells to create clonal cell lines.