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Changes in the physiological and biochemical characteristics of the leaves of Kandelia candel (L.) Druce seedlings in response to short-term (7 days) and long-term (60 days) treatments with two NaCl concentrations (250 and 500 mM) were studied. The growth rates were measured in terms of plant height, leaf area, and dry weight and were greater in the culture(More)
Introduction. The development of MRI techniques to detect early osteoarthritis and monitor therapeutic response to potential interventions has been the subject of intense activity over recent years. However, individual MRI parameters exhibit limited sensitivity and specificity to cartilage pathology. Even when a statistically significant difference is(More)
Introduction: Production of hyaline cartilage in scaffold-based constructs remains a key goal in the development of tissue engineering approaches to degenerative cartilage disease. Characterization of the developing tissue is an important component of attempts to optimize this process. Evaluation of cartilage development generally relies upon the gold(More)
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