Noun(1) a gelatinous substance secreted by plants(2) cement consisting of a sticky substance that is used as an adhesive
(1) The root cap covers the root tip and secrets mucilage which facilitates the movement of the growing roots in the soil.(2) The mucilage is probably secreted by this apical cell.(3) The name originally applied to a mucilage extracted from a red seaweed of the genus Eucheuma.(4) It will thus be a very useful new tool in, for example, investigations of the effects of changing environmental conditions on the metabolism of mucilage and other polysaccharides.(5) It has also been suggested that it reduces soil mechanical impedance by means of its secretion of slimy mucilage and by the sloughing of border cells.(6) You have to be of a certain age to remember when every household had one or more bottles of mucilage to stick stamps to envelopes.(7) Coltsfoot combines an expectorant action with a soothing, healing quality thought to be due to its high mucilage content.(8) The mucilage from the bark of this American elm has wonderfully strengthening and healing qualities.(9) The root contains mucilage , which is used in China for sizing paper.(10) Because If I see you even take one step out of that chair, I'm going to hog-tie you and gag you, but not before I clamp your jaws shut with mucilage !(11) Dietary fibre consists of plant material such as cellulose, hemicellulose, pectin, polysaccharides, gums, mucilage and lignin.(12) Do not place tulips in containers with any flowers in the Narcissus genus (paperwhites, daffodils, etc.) which have just been cut, as the mucilage they exude can adversely affect tulips' vase life.(13) They say that things are on the way out when you produce volumes of clear mucilage .(14) The mucilage sap of narcissi can adversely affect other flowers by clogging their water-uptake channels.(15) This folk remedy has not been well studied, but it appears to work because it contains mucilage , sugar molecules that soothe inflamed membranes.(16) These cells disperse into mucilage , which can attract or repel certain microorganisms within the immediate surroundings of the root.
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