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biomass

 [bi´o-mas]
the entire assemblage of living organisms of a particular region, considered collectively.

bi·o·mass

(bī'ō-mas),
The total weight of all living things in a given area, biotic community, species population, or habitat; a measure of total biotic productivity.

biomass

/bio·mass/ (bi´o-mas) the entire assemblage of living organisms of a particular region, considered collectively.

biomass

(bī′ō-măs′)
n.
1. The total mass of living matter within a given unit of environmental area.
2. Plant material, vegetation, or agricultural waste used as a fuel or energy source.

biomass

Ecology
The mass of organic material produced by living organisms.

Industry
A popular term for plants which can be converted into fuel.

bi·o·mass

(bī'ō-mas)
The total weight of all living things in a given area, biotic community, species population, or habitat; a measure of total biotic productivity.

biomass

the total mass of organisms in a given ENVIRONMENT or at a certain TROPHIC LEVEL. It is measured as either live or DRY WEIGHT (mass) per unit area, and the alternative used should be stated.

bi·o·mass

(bī'ō-mas)
The total weight of all living things in a given area, biotic community, species population, or habitat; a measure of total biotic productivity.

biomass,

n the total quantity of living organisms in a particular volume of matter.

biomass

the amount or entire assemblage of living organisms of a particular region, considered collectively.
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Rice panicle weights by field observation were more related to grain yield and biomass to P/N treatments than tillering counts.
BioMAS, a private entity established in 2000, is focusing on the development of small organic tellurium-based compounds.
a unicellular eukaryote produced less biomass irrespective of textile dyes as compared to the blue green algae.
petiolata plants from the soil, dried them for 24 h at 110[degrees]C and determined the dry biomass of above- and below-ground parts separately for I.
The most numerous species were spotfin shiner (12,878 individuals), emerald shiner (9959 individuals), gizzard shad (5296 individuals), and river shiner (4366 individuals), and the greatest biomass was for carp (1057.
The optimum ratio of macro elements, carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus and sulphur (C:N:P:S), in the treated biomass is 600:15:5:1.
Gan ganolbwyntio ar feysydd megis ynni'r haul i wresogi adeiladau, hydrogen i yrru trafnidiaeth, creu pwer gan ddefnyddio technoleg biomas a ffotofoltaig (PV) i gynhyrchu trydan, mae'r cynllun yn cael ei darparu trwy gydweithredu unigryw rhwng Prifysgolion Cymru, dan arweiniad Prifysgol Caerdydd.
Estas especies sao encontradas nas regioes tropicais e subtropicais, na maior parte do mundo, e ocorrem em uma grande variedade de biomas (YEO et al.
g) Municipal solid waste, landfill gas, methane, digester gas, liquid acetonitrile waste, tall oil, waste alcohol, medical waste, paper pellets, sludge waste, solid byproducts tires, agricultural byproducts, closed loop biomas, fish oil, and straw.
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They are made with renewable energy - more than 50% of the energy used to make the carton comes from biomas.