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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «HYDROTROPIC» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HYDROTROPIC»
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Nanotechnology for Cancer Therapy
hydrotropic polymers and hydrogels, were developed to overcome the drug
formulations based on low molecular weight hydrotropes.26 The polymeric
hydrotropes were found to maintain the hydro- tropic activity of its low molecular
Mansoor M. Amiji, 2006
Plant Roots: The Hidden Half, Third Edition
Using this technique the magnitude of the hydrotropic responses is more
reproducible. Responses have been observed for a water potential gradient
across the root cap of only 0.5 Mpa. While this approach does allow for experi
Yoav Waisel, Amram Eshel, Tom Beeckman, 2002
Nanocarrier Technologies: Frontiers of Nanotherapy
Thus, the most rational approach for the synthesis of hydrotropic polymers is
utilizing the chemical structures of the most promising low molecular weight
hydrotropic agents. Hydrotropic properties of various low molecular weight
Mohammad Reza Mozafari, 2006
Interestingly, and unlike wild-type plants, hydrostimulated nhr1 roots maintained
their amyloplasts in the columella (Ponce and Cassab, unpublished observations
). This might suggest that the negative hydrotropic response of nhr1 is related to ...
Simon Gilroy, Patrick Masson, 2008
Your Heart: An Owner'S Manual
It is said that the hydrotropic substances form loose compounds with the
insoluble substances and thereby make them soluble and diffusible through the
membrane. This view is supported by the fact that a quantitative relation is often
Rashmi A. Joshi, Victor Marks, 2004
Question Bank of Biochemistry
Ans. Certain substances have the property of making water insoluble substances
soluble in water. This is called hydrotropy or hydrotropic action. How is this action
brought about is not definitely known. It is said that the hydrotropic substances ...
R.A. Joshi, 2006
Issues in Pharmacology, Pharmacy, Drug Research, and Drug ...
Current study results from the report, 'Molecular dynamics simulations of
hydrotropic solubilization and self-aggregation of nicotinamide,' have been
published. According to a study from the United States, “Hydrotropy is a
phenomenon where ...
The topography of the phase diagram at the phase inversion temperature
depends on the mutual incompatibilities among oil-amphiphile, water-
amphiphile, and water-oil. Even with a polar oil and water containing a
chaotropic (hydrotropic) ...
Kuo-Yann Lai, 2005
Plant Responses to drought and Salinity stress:: ...
Although these findings represent important clues towards a future
understanding of the mechanisms underlying hydrotropic signalling, the
contributions of calcium and/or phospholipase Ds to hydrotropic signalling
remain no more than ...
Principles of Plant Physiology
Among lower plants Molisch found the rhizoids of some liverworts, including
Marchantia polymorpha, were positively hydrotropic. Negative hydrotropism is
exhibited by many fungi. Molisch found the sporangiophores of Phycomyces and
Walter Stiles, 1994
5 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «HYDROTROPIC»
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16 reasons you know you grew up in Brentwood in the 1990s
The video shop on Warley Hill which is now the hydrotropic plant shop. When Tile House Surgery looked like pre-extension and Dr Evans was ... «Brentwood Gazette, Nov 14»
How Do Plants Grow Aboard the International Space Station?
The hydrotropic response in microgravity appeared to be greater in the NaCl chamber compared with that in H2O chamber, but they did not ... «Slate Magazine, Sep 14»
6-month-old still waiting for heart transplant
"She has something we call hydrotropic cardiomyopathy where the heart is very, very thick and very, very weak," said Dr. Minoo Kavarana, ... «WIS, Jul 12»
Japanese Astronaut to Harvest Cucumbers On International Space …
Using cucumber plants, investigators look to determine whether hydrotropic -- plant root orientation due to water--response can control the ... «Treehugger, Jun 11»
Gardening In Space With HydroTropi
Using cucumber plants (scientific name Cucumis sativus), investigators look to determine whether hydrotropic - plant root orientation due to ... «Space Daily, Jan 11»
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