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plantation

(plăn-tā′shŭn) [L. plantare, to plant]
Insertion of a tooth into the bony socket from which it may have been removed by accident, or transplantation of a tooth into the socket from which a tooth has just been removed. The transplanted tooth may come from the patient or a donor.
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1997) also reported no significant differences in the total C content of soils under established pine plantations and improved pastures on a range of New Zealand Brown Soils, but noted that the total N content was significantly greater under pastures.
Native forest remains in small isolated fragments surrounded by exotic Monterrey pine plantations.
Ecological impacts of converting native forests and grasslands to pine plantations, South Island, New Zealand.
Over time, as watershed management science has evolved, the red pine plantations are no longer the asset they were once considered," Mr.
He has two studies running in the pine plantations near Tumut, in southern NSW, another in the farmlands of the Riverina, and a fifth in the coastal heathlands of Jervis Bay, ACT.
Some intense scouting later that winter confirmed Denny's words, so shortly thereafter Denny moved the Hollow Stand to a small ridge jutting up into the pine plantation.
The release of the maps follows the publication of an independent report into strategic directions for the Mid North Pine Plantation Estate in August.
Effects of jack pine plantation management on barrens flora and potential Kirtland's Warbler nest habitat.
These include limbs and tops of harvested trees, cull trees, and trees of an undesirable species, such as hardwoods in a pine plantation.
According to a 1999 report, the biomass yield of a hemp plantation and a pine plantation are essentially comparable over a 15-year period.