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symplastic

adjective Referring to a syncytium.
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Cutaneous leiomyoma with cytologic atypical, akin to uterine symplastic leiomyoma.
Analysis of apoplastic and symplastic antioxidant system in shallot leaves: Impacts of weak static electric and magnetic field.
4) Can we predict new regulatory factors controlling symplastic trafficking in space and time, based on the experimental data (on the distribution of symplastic channels, symplastically controlled genes and symplastically mobile molecules)?
The cell wall elasticity module ([epsilon]), osmotic potential at saturation ([PSI]s), turgor loss point (TLP) and maximum symplastic water fraction (Ws) were derived from pressure-volume (PV) curves according to SCHULTE & HINCKLEY (1985) and ANDERSEN et al.
Some nutrients use a symplastic route, moving through cells' cytoplasm to gain access to the plant.
According to Bromilow and Chamberlain (2000), glyphosate applied to the leaves is highly mobile in the plant and distributed through the symplastic pathway to the roots and the meristematic regions of the plant, during leaf application.
There is also active transport across plasmalemma to leaf cells and also symplastic pathway to vascular tissues and enter free space and get deposited in sieve tubes.
To evaluate the symplastic vastus medialis, flex the knee 30 degrees and resist the patient's extension with one's hand.
1 OP) for the dilution of symplastic sap by apoplastic water, assuming 10% apoplastic water (Kramer, 1983).
The Hexactinellida, for example, are mostly syncytial (Reiswig, 1979; Mackie and Singla, 1983), a condition that allows symplastic transport of food (Perez, 1996; Wyeth et al.
The function of these plasmodesmata was studied afterwards, which showed that during the establishment of the syncytium, plasmodesmata are important connections to the phloem for the symplastic movement of nutrients (Hofmann and Grundler, 2007).