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dry weight

the weight of material remaining after removing the water (for example, after heating above 100°C).

dry weight

The body weight of a person after ideal hemodialysis, i.e., of a patient in renal failure who has neither edema nor high blood pressure.
See also: weight

dry mass

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dry weight

the mass or weight of biological material dried at 105 °C until no further water loss takes place. Because water content varies considerably between individuals, dry weight is the most commonly used method of assessing weight in plants and animals. See BIOMASS.
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df Leaf dry weight Stem dry Total dry weight weight Black 3 63/9517 (ns) 3564 (ns) 1273830 (ns) Treatment 8 505/401 ** 18645 ** 2141071 ** CV (%) 10/7 12/5 11/6 Table 3: Analysis of variance (mean squares) for yield components and harvest index S.
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P counteracted the unfavorable effects of salinity on dry weight and corresponding reduction percentages (Table 1).
Lee introduced a standard for typical green tea leaves to contain at least 7% natural (-)-epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) in dry weight, which is currently under FDA review (Docket No.
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1-10% by weight, based on the dry weight of the copolymer, of a compound selected from the group consisting of at least one strong acid monomer and salts.
The Achuar Jivaro make their jolting beverage from the leaves of a South American holly, Ilex guayusa, which contains the highest percentage of caffeine by dry weight of any plant in the world, Lewis says.