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In experimental embryology, an embryonic tissue or part grafted to another embryo of the same or of another species.
See also: chimera
[O. Fr. sion, shoot, sprig, fr. L. seco, to cut]
scion the part of a plant, usually a piece of young stem, that is inserted into a rooted STOCK (1) to produce a GRAFT.
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report indicates this material can substitute at a 1:1 ratio for coal or heavy oil, creating a desirable market for the separated ASR material.
BST is also planning to add another SiCon
process that will allow it to recycle plastics from electric and electronic scrap, according to SiCon
German magazine WIRSTCHAFTSWOCHE reports about the Award and SICON
on page 78 in its edition 17 (April, 22nd 2013).