|NOUN1 || mucilage | - |
|NOUN2 || a mucilage | mucilages |
|SYNO ||glue | gum | mucilage|
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- According to Von Enden and Calvert, "pulping water consists of quickly fermenting sugars from both pulp and mucilage components.
- The significant increase in the amount of marine mucilage has become a public health, economic, and an environmental issue around the world.
- The presence of mucilage ducts varies between kelp species and has been used in the identification process, but pseudo mucilage ducts can be formed from infections and obscure the identification process.
- Root mucilage also helps soil to stick to roots. The purpose of this is to maintain the plant's contact with the soil so that the plant can regulate the levels of water it can absorb, decrease friction so that roots can penetrate through the soil, and maintain a micro-climate.
- The fleshy surfaces of the leaves are covered with numerous sticky droplets called the mucilage.
- Glands at the tips of the tentacles "secret a sticky mucilage," an adaptation shared with the rest of the genus "Drosera", that prevents the plant from smothering itself in its own mucilage as it waits.
- Cells are solitary or united into colonies of various kinds, which may be linked by siliceous structures; mucilage pads, stalks or tubes; amorphous masses of mucilage; or by threads of chitin (polysaccharide), which are secreted through strutted processes of the cell.
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