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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Tıp) ufak ur
(Tıp) tüber

Tüberkülin reaksiyonu negatifti. - The tuberculin reaction was negative.

Tüberkülin reaksiyonu pozitifti. - The tuberculin reaction was positive.

ufak yumru
Yumru kök
Yumru şeklinde ufak ur
(Tıp) (tubera). anat. Tümsek. Yumru şeklinde çıkıntı
anat ufak ur
i., bot. yumrukök, yumru
tuber cyperi
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) karatopalak
tuber vegetable
(Tarım) kök sebze
İngilizce - İngilizce
A thickened "root-stock"
A fleshy, thickened underground stem of a plant, usually containing stored starch, as for example a potato or arrowroot
- the underground stem of a plant, where starch is stored
1 A greatly swollen underground shoot or stem, generally irregular in shape, that acts as a store of nutrients 2 A specialized stem; the enlarged fleshy tip of an underground stem
A proprietary program of Townsend Analytics, Ltd which Townsend leases to customers running LAN sites Tuber allows multiple socket connections and works as a translator between TA_SRV (which undertands messages in the TALIPC protocol) and socket clients (which are communicating via text-format messages) Tuber contains no data in and of itself It is the main component of the socket connection development path and uses a single set of permissions, so all clients of a particular Tuber will have the exact same permissions
a fleshy underground stem or root serving for reproductive and food storage
a short, fleshy underground stem or root
A short thick rounded part of a stem usually found underground The potatoes that we eat are tubers of the potato plant
{i} bulb, short and round stem that is usually underground (Botany); rounded protuberance (Anatomy); one who deals with tubes
type genus of the Tuberaceae: fungi whose fruiting bodies are typically truffles
Swollen ends of rhizomes specialized for storing food For example, the potato
An enlarged underground stem that serves as a food storage organ
a swelling of root or underground stalk that functions as a storage organ as in a potato
An enlarged, fleshy, underground tip of a stem modified for storage (e g , potato)
A fleshy, rounded stem or root, usually containing starchy matter, as the potato or arrowroot; a thickened root-stock
The potato An underground stem modified for food storage --with buds (eyes) and nodes that sprout roots and stems
A swollen underground stem , usually with buds, for example, potato
A swollen area of a plant root or stem, used for food storage Tunic -->
An underground stem which has been modified for storage of nutrients, such as a potato
of Tuberous
A thick, fleshy part, usually of a rootstock
A genus of fungi
swollen, fleshy, usually underground stem, such as the potato, bearing buds from which new plant shoots arise
Thick, creeping underground stems; sometimes also used for thickened portions of roots
type genus of the Tuberaceae: fungi whose fruiting bodies are typically truffles a fleshy underground stem or root serving for reproductive and food storage
Short, fleshy underground stem that produces tiny to large leaves and buds (as in potatoes, caladiums, dahlias and tuberous begonias)
A tuberosity; a tubercle
A tuber is the swollen underground stem of particular types of plants. a round swollen part on the stem of some plants, such as the potato, that grows below the ground and from which new plants grow. Short, thickened, mostly underground stem that constitutes the resting stage of certain seed plants. It is often an organ of food storage, reproduction, or both. It bears minute scale leaves, each with a bud that has the potential for developing into a new plant. The common potato is a typical tuber; the much-reduced leaves and associated buds form its "eyes." The term is also used imprecisely but widely for fleshy roots or rhizomes that resemble tubers (e.g., the "tuber" of the dahlia, actually a tuberous root)
A type of modified stem or root, consisting of enlarged subterranean storage tissue Potato tubers are stem tissue which have nodes, or "eyes", from which whole plants are propagated Sweet potato tubers have similar nodal structures but are actually root, not stem, tissue
tuber cinereum
The part of the hypothalamus to which the pituitary gland is attached
plural of tuber





    [ 'tü-b&r, 'tyü- ] (noun.) 1668. Latin, swelling, truffle; perhaps akin to Latin tumEre to swell; more at THUMB.

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