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re·plant

(rē-plant'),
1. To perform replantation.
2. A part or organ so replaced or about to be so replaced.

replant

(rē-plănt′)
tr.v. re·planted, re·planting, re·plants
1. To plant (something) again or in a new place: separated and replanted the perennials.
2. To supply with new plants: replant a window box.
3. To reattach (an organ or limbs, for example) surgically to the original site.
n. (rē′plănt′)
Something replanted.

re′plan·ta′tion n.

re·plant

(rē-plant')
1. To perform replantation.
2. A part or organ so replaced or about to be so replaced.
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Some trees took a long time to be replanted, said Hajri.
[6] Dehydration, PDL cellular vitality, and mechanical trauma, all affect the prognosis of a replanted tooth.
The field experiment was conducted with apple rootstocks (MM793 and MM111) in ARD (apple replant disease) infected sites of Shimla distt.
(14,15,18-20) In the words of the early replant pioneer, Chen Chun-Wei, "Survival without restoration of function is not success." (5) The major concern today is not how to replant an amputated part but rather how to make it functional and whether it is in the best interest of the patient.
About 7 percent of trees bought in France are replanted, the growers say.
Small-scale growers do not have the funds to replant their plantations and this new move comes after President Danilo Medina visited Bonao on 3 November 2013 and met with the management and members of the Independencia Coffee Growers Association (ASOCAIN) who asked for help to fight the disease, increase the size of their nurseries and to replant the plantations to increase income and improve the lives of their families.
The objective of this study is to determine the risk of osteosarcoma recurrence in the tissue of frozen and exposed radiation replant.
Preplant soil fumigation has been an effective means of control for biological replant problems, but fumigant usage today is being challenged on several fronts, including the phase-out of methyl bromide (US EPA 2012), township caps on the use of the fumigant 1,3-dichloropropene (1,3-D) (Carpenter et al.
He asked me to be patient, carried out root canal surgery and continued until he restored my bridge, saving my hollow decay tooth and agony of a replant.
The Cotton Flood Fund is about making sure there will be money available to help those growers replant, providing local jobs and injecting a much needed boost directly into small cotton country communities.
Mazzola, a plant pathologist with the Agricultural Research Service in Wenatchee, Washington, is keen on understanding such microbial strife as part of a broader effort to devise new, integrated approaches to managing apple replant. It's an apple tree disease that can cost Pacific Northwest growers as much as $40,000 per acre in diminished returns over 10 years, an orchard's average productive life.