(1) The most obvious of these is the long calcaneal heel or calcaneal tuber , which projects proximo-ventrally from the proximal end of the calcaneum.(2) A good thing, too, as everyone soon agreed: despite its beautiful flower, the dahlia tuber is not very tasty!(3) tuber cinereum(4) In her paper, she also details that Paul is afflicted with renal cysts, a densely-calcified right frontal lobe cortical tuber and renal cell carcinoma as well other conditions.(5) The perforating foramen has disappeared, and the calcaneal tuber projects to the rear.(6) By planting parts of the tuber of a potato, one can create new organisms with the same genetic makeup.(7) Along with true bulbs, several types of flowers, sold as bulbs, grow from the underground stem growth of rhizomes, tubers , and corms.(8) Their food consists of tubers and rhizomes, which they dig out with their bills.(9) Crocuses and gladioli, for example, are really corms, while such favorites as dahlias and begonias are really tubers .(10) In mild climates, dahlia tubers can overwinter in the ground; in cold climates, dig and store them in a frost-free place until planting time in spring.(11) Plant a few tubers now for new potatoes in August and September.(12) Cortical tubers , or benign potato-like growths, appear along the gyri and sulci in the brain.(13) This patient also had cerebral tubers (not mentioned in the original history).(14) Vegetative propagation through budding, grafting, tubers , rootstocks and tissue culture are major industries.(15) By contrast to leaves, potato tubers represent a non-photosynthetic plant tissue that uses a large amount of imported sucrose to synthesize starch as the major carbon store.(16) All enzymes tested could be visualized in growing potato tubers or potato stems.
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