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ASH

 
American Society of Hematology.

ASH

ASH

American Society of Hematology; asymmetrical septal hypertrophy.

ASH

Abbreviation for:
abdominal supracervical hysterectomy
Action on Smoking and Health, see there (Medspeak-UK) 
aldosterone-stimulating hormone
American Society of Hematology
asymmetrical septal hypertrophy

ash

(ash)
Nostrums made from the leaves and bark of the tree (Fraxinus excelsior) are alleged to have value in therapy of gastrointestinal disease; clinical tests are ongoing.

ash

a forest tree of the genus Fraxinus with PINNATE leaves, thin, silver-grey bark with prominent LENTICELS, and close-grained wood.

ash

the incombustible, inorganic residue remaining after any process of incineration. See also bone ash.

dietary ash
generally the mineral content.
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Common ash and especially silver poplar developed sufficient mechanisms to prevent further cavitation in stem wood, when most of the hydraulic conductivity was lost already, whereas Downey oak and common beech exhibited quite high AE rates after the first rate peak.
Johnson adds that there are a great many legends passed down about the common ash.
DISASTER: A young Common Ash Tree with wilting leaves showing the symptoms of the deadly plant pathogen fungus Chalara Fraxinea Dieback.
There are some specimens of the common ash, Fraxinus excelsior and Common Beech, Fagus sylvatica in our local woodlands but they are never as common as our wonderful oaks and birches.
The CFBC ash samples used for the investigation were named as bottom ash (CFBC/BA), intrex ash (CFBC/INT), economizer ash (CFBC/ECO), air preheater ash (PHA), electrostatic precipitator ash--fields from 1st to 4th (CFBC/ESPA 1-4), and mixture of ashes taken from common ash silo, whereby the ash is collected from different equipments before landfilling on ash fields (CFBC/Mix).
Checks: A piece of common ash tree trunk which has been infected.

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