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enrich

(ĕn-rĭch′)
tr.v. en·riched, en·riching, en·riches
1. To add fertilizer to.
2. To add nutrients to: The dairy enriched its milk with vitamin D.

en·rich′er n.
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Later we used multiple enrichment items that are all compatible with slatted floors, including an elevated rack with fresh cut grass, hanging wooden blocks, rubber toys and fabrics, wooden posts in dispensers and some floor toys.
Pigs with the most frequent enrichment replenishment performed damaging behaviours less frequently and grew faster in the finisher stage compared to those with the least replenishment.
The trophotagma enrichment axes bear a variable number and types of leaf structures, but always end in an inflorescence (lateral inflorescence, lln).
Troll (1964) called enrichment axis or paraclade to each branch within an inflorescence.
As a proof of concept, we first employed dCas9 enrichment for the ELREA deletion mutation by use of reference standards of cfDNA with known mutant AFs (HDx[TM] DNA).
Though minor-allele enrichment can yield enhanced analytical sensitivity for any downstream method of analysis, here we performed all analysis with allele specific qPCR given its realized translational value for rapid, low-cost mutation detection.
The purpose of this paper is to test an empirical model in order to establish whether a relationship exists between work-family conflict and work-family enrichment of university teachers.
In June, Abbasi said Iran would triple the 20-percent uranium enrichment output after the enrichment process was moved to Fordo.
Unjust Enrichment by Peter Birks (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003) pages i-xxx, 1-274.
Isotope enrichment of the samples was determined by a VG Optima isotope ratio mass spectrometer (IRMS; Fisons instruments, VG Isotech), which is a magnetic sector dual-inlet instrument equipped with three Faraday collectors to detect the various masses of interest.
Environmental enrichment is a very complicated term and is often used inconsistently by several authors [21,22] and it is often associated with the enhancement of the animal's physical and social environment [23].
Question: Why are foraging and enrichment important for captive birds?