Definición de explant en inglés:

explant

Saltos de línea: ex|plant
Biology

verbo

Pronunciación: /ɪksˈplɑːnt
 
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[with object] (usually as adjective explanted)
  • Transfer (living cells, tissues, or organs) from animals or plants to a nutrient medium: explanted tissues
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    • Using explanted tissues from embryos of different ages, it has been shown that mesoderm induction is almost complete by the time gastrulation starts.
    • As discussed in the introduction, the majority of studies aimed at transforming normal diploid cells in culture were carried out using freshly explanted diploid rodent cells.
    • Other implantables that are explanted, reprocessed, and reimplanted into new patients include orthopedic prostheses and dental appliances.

sustantivo

Pronunciación: /ˈɛksplɑːnt
 
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  • A cell, organ, or piece of tissue which has been transferred in this way.
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    • Soybean explants consisting of a piece of stem and subtending leaf might allow the examination of water stress susceptibility without the possible interfering effects of the roots.
    • Adventitious buds have been induced from protoplast culture, on leaf explants and on strips of stem.
    • Tips of generative shoots excised from flowering beets were the explants used to initiate axenic shoot cultures.

Derivativos

explantation

Pronunciación: /-ˈteɪʃ(ə)n/
sustantivo
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  • Other possible causes are trauma or injury to the breast, compression from mammography, accidents during implantation or explantation, manufacturing defects, and normal wear.
  • If the manufacturer of the explanted device cannot be identified by the device itself, the institution should make a good faith attempt to find out who the manufacturer is and report the device's explantation.
  • This saves energy, prolonging the life of the implanted device, minimizing the risk and expense to patient associated with early explantation and replacement of the implanted device.

Origen

early 20th century: from modern Latin explantare, from ex- 'out' + plantare 'to plant'.

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