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biocycle

(1) Biorhythm, see there.
(2) Any cycle of biological phenomena which occurs in a particular organism—e.g., menstruation in humans, the daily sleep cycle, migration of flocks of birds, etc.

biocycle

1. Biorhythm, see there.
2. A cycle of biological phenomena that occurs in a particular organism–eg, menstruation in humans, the daily sleep cycle, the disturbance of which results in jet lag.
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The sheep are brought to graze on the Biocycle Farm from a local farm at no cost, Gray said.
The BioCycle Study enrolled 259 healthy, regularly menstruating women (18-44 years of age) for up to two cycles to determine associations among biomarkers of oxidative stress, antioxidants, and hormonal levels during the menstrual cycle (Wactawski-Wende et al.
If you look at the wealth of information in "The State of Garbage in America," an article published in the January 2004 issue of Biocycle, you can readily figure out that the median recycling rate in US states where there was some incineration was much higher than in states with no incineration (29 versus 10 per cent).
Satkofsky, Evaluation of a biomass entrepreneur, BioCycle, vol.
This is the advice of Adrianne Jones, co-director of the company BioCycle Ltd, based in Kinmel Bay.
The product is the brainchild of Llangefni-based BioCycle Ltd -established in 2003 by husband and wife team David and Adrianne Jones.
In fact, Biocycle magazine contends that TxDOT is the largest market for the material in the Nation, using more than 306,000 cubic meters (400,000 cubic yards) of compost in fiscal year 2003.
Right now, according to Biocycle magazine, Americans are generating more waste every year: increasing from 340 million tons in 1997 to 390 million tons in 1999--a fifty million ton increase in just two years.
For more tricks of the trade, check out BioCycle Magazine, the monthly journal of composting and recycling.
Segall, "Marketing Compost as a Pest Control Product," Biocycle, 36, 5 (1995): 65-67.
The state actually does fairly well, better than most of our neighboring states and better than the national average, according to a survey in BioCycle magazine.