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TRAIL

A member of the tumor necrosis factor ligand family that rapidly induces apoptosis in a variety of transformed cell lines.
Synonym(s): apo-2L
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

TRAIL

(trāl)
A member of the tumor necrosis factor ligand family. which rapidly induces apoptosis in a variety of transformed cell lines.
Synonym(s): apo-2L.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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Following through stage 1 of PATH, ice roughness is a key parameter of concern since rough ice increases the time needed for trail construction and its cost, possibly to the point where poor efficiency makes trail construction prohibitive.
Use log walkways, steps, rock treadway, and other protective trail construction. Do not walk or camp on bards or fragile tundra vegetation in areas above beeline.
In fact, most rail-trails face some level of opposition before trail construction, and some opponents have gone to court claiming a "taking" of private property.
First, the majority of environmental changes occur with initial trail construction (Cole 1990).
The trail work was funded by the Northern Lands project and the trail building has been supported by the Kielder Trail Reavers and Northern Downhill as well as volunteers from Natural England who have worked with the Forestry Commission on the trail construction through a series of trail building days from April.
The couple have watched the trail construction project with great interest over the last few years.
Sponsored by the Community Preservation Committee, the proposed article asked for the appropriation of $64,235 from the Community Preservation Fund for several projects connected with the River Lands Trail project, including a parking lot and trail construction on several parcels of land, including the two known-to-be-contaminated ones.
King, a Juneau trails advocate, has experience in recreational resource management, transportation planning and trail construction. The division, part of the Department of Natural Resources, maintains 121 park units encompassing 3.2 million acres, reporting about four million recreation-visitor-days each year.
Marble Mountain Wilderness Trail Construction, Klamath Forest, California.
To date the state has authorized over $5 million to help local organizations with approximately $7.5 million of new trail construction in Iowa.