repopulation


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repopulation

1. introduction of new animals to a farm or part of it after it has been depopulated for health or production reasons.
2. the additional growth of normal cells around a tumor that is being destroyed by irradiation.
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This led to the development of the Repopulation Indicators for New Orleans mashup (Figure 6).
So far, 53 golden eagles have been released into the wild since the repopulation project started in 2001.
The repopulation strategy of the Sahrawi liberated territories will indirectly put the Moroccan occupier in a dilemma, of choosing "peace or a leap into uncertainty, by breaking the truce," said Thursday in Tifariti Bachir Mustapha Seid, member of the Polisario Front's National Secretariat.
The article presents evidence for the extinction of Homo sapiens during and following the Last Ice Age; and for the repopulation of the earth since 10,000 BC by the descendants of God's created, biblical Adam and Eve.
This comprehensive collection of appropriate protocols takes the novice into consideration as contributors closely describe obtaining and culturing human ES cells, including explanations of derivatives of human ES cell lines as well as standard and chemically-defined culture methods, characterization of human ES cells, including phenotype, genetic and epigenetic analysis, manipulation in vivo and in vitro of human ES cells, including differentiation and repopulation, directed differentiation of human ES stem cells into ectoderm with forebrain and other neurons, and other issues such as gene targeting and RNA interference.
These and other initiatives like Broad Street have led to the repopulation of the city centre and made Birmingham great again.
The goal is to provide resources needed to monitor and evaluate the human health impacts of the hurricane events; assess/reduce human exposures to contaminants; and develop science-based remediation, rebuilding, and repopulation strategies.
While we continually forecast what we anticipate the customer base to be over the next five years, there is no certainty as to when and how much repopulation will occur," Burroughs says.
This is reminiscent of the repopulation studies conducted by Berra and Gunning (1970) who demonstrated that longear sunfish (Lepomis megalotis) populations removed from Louisiana stream segments could recover within one year.
Wright called for a repopulation plan for New Orleans, charging that there had not been adequate guidance for displaced residents on the role they can play in restoring their communities.
Second, let's discuss wide spread repopulation efforts (i.
In some instances it is a repopulation, especially where Hardy's family background is concerned.