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What does the annulus do?
Last Updated: 5th May, 2020
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Accordingly, what is the function of the annulus?
In leptosporangiate ferns, the annulus locatedonthe outer rim of the sporangium and serves in spore dispersal.Itconsists typically of a ring or belt of dead water-filledcellswith differentially thickened cell walls that stretchesabouttwo-thirds around each sporangium inleptosporangiateferns.
Additionally, can annulus fibrosus heal? Treatment Options Because the annulus fibrosus has such alimitedblood supply (a necessary component for the body to repairitself),annular tears can take quite a long timetoheal on its own — 18 months totwoyears.
In respect to this, what is the function of the ring or annulus?
An annulus is the ring-like structurefoundon the stipe of some species or mushrooms. This representstheremaining part of the partial veil, after it has been rupturedtoexpose the gills or other pore producing surface. Asitsfunction is to disperse the spores.
How do you treat an annular tear?
Treatment for an annular tearnormallybegins with a well designed physical therapy program,low-impactexercises, over-the-counter or prescriptionanti-inflammatorymedications, pain medication, and limitedrest.