, addition of CORM-2 increased the viability of NSC in a concentration-dependent manner, suggesting a neuroprotective effect of the CORM
against iron overload.
Plant your saffron corms
any time during their dormant period, from June to early September.
Put it this way: you'd do well to figure out what was going on with a given set of events, but Corm
would have thought the next point beyond that, and the one after, and several more still, like knowledge didn't come to him sequentially, hut rather in a massive superimposition of facts, truths, and suppositions that were almost invariably correct.
If your area has burrowing rodents like gophers, consider making a "cage" out of chicken wire and bury that in the ground, filling with dirt, and planting corms
within the cage.
Likewise, emergence was positively correlated with corm
weight (r = 0.51) and total yield (r = 0.52).
have the potential to expand CO-based therapy to a range of high-value indications, can be administered orally or intravenously, and offer a very attractive therapeutic window and safety profile.
were first introduced as industrial catalysts and for purification purposes.
Effect of corm
size and fifferent doses of phosphorus on the growth, corm
and cormel development of gladiolus.
Genotypes which had the higher leaves produce bigger corm
. In other hand by increasing between row spacing and leaves surface bigger corm
The works on show at AUBAG are on loan from Corm
's son -- economist, intellectual and former finance minister Georges G.
The small offshoots (cormels, the size of garden peas) can be saved and grown on for several years until they reach flowering size, but as the corms
are inexpensive, most homeowners expand their glad collection by additional purchases yearly.
[10,11] successfully regenerated callus and intact plantlets from corm