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vascular plant

any member of the division TRACHEOPHYTA, possessing a specialized transport system formed of VASCULAR BUNDLES.
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While AZ-2 and AZ-3 have higher rubber yields because of their higher plant dry weights, AZ-4 and AZ-5 have higher rubber yields because of their higher rubber content.
Most of the capital cost increases are related to higher plant throughput, which will require a larger mining fleet at the start of production, larger equipment sizes in the mill, and a larger tailing management facility.
Another study by Lin and Xing investigated phytotoxicology of nanoparticles (multi-walled carbon nanotube, aluminum, alumina, zinc and zinc oxide) on seed germination and root growth of six higher plant species.
It also revealed the firm transferred some skilled positions from temporary to permanent staff, reflecting the improved economic conditions, higher plant loading and better visibility of future production expectations.
In addition, less chemical cleanings are required in the DOW FILMTEC Reverse Osmosis system downstream due to the more suitable feed water provided by the DOW Ultrafiltration system, resulting in longer membrane life, higher plant availability and lower replacement rate of cartridge filters.
According to GroGenesis, AgraBurst enhances efficient photosynthesis, stimulates higher plant sugar levels and boosts the uptake of water, minerals and key nutrients resulting in larger, healthier and more productive plants.
Configuration engineers benefit from more efficient engineering tools, operating personnel from enhanced convenience in their daily work, and operating companies from higher plant availability and lower total operating costs.
Increasing the plant population density, particularly in a wide row spacing, decreased plant survival (Figure 2A), most likely because this combination led to higher plant densities within a row.
Snell-Rood tried to investigate effects of higher plant sodium concentrations, but not enough of the insects survived.
Grain yield results from the increased pollen-to-silking interval and the fallowing barrenness reduced at higher plant population [2].
8220;The program offers customers improved efficiency and increased output, which ultimately results in higher plant revenues.

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