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to remove tissues or cells from a donor for transplantation.


/har·vest/ (hahr´vest) to remove tissues or cells from a donor and preserve them for transplantation.
A popular term for the procurement of a transplant organ or tissue from a cadaveric or live donor


To obtain cells, tissues, or organs for grafting or transplantation, from either a donor or the patient.


pertaining to or emanating from grain or cereal crops or the harvesting of them.

harvest fever
a disease of humans caused by Leptospira spp.
harvest mites
are pests of grain and hay where they are predators on arthropods. The larvae ordinarily parasitize rodents but can infest other animals including humans. The infections are self-limiting but can cause dermatitis of the face and the lower limbs. The lesions are itchy, small scabs, which cause rubbing and stamping of the feet. In pigs the lesions are distributed over most of the body. Called also chigger mites, grain mites, Pyemotes ventricosus, Neotrombicula autumnalis, Eutrombicula alfreddugesi, E. splendens, E. batatas, Lepotrombidium spp., Schoengastia spp.

Patient discussion about harvest

Q. Is it common to get an allergic reaction in the eye from olive harvest? I've been around olive trees for a few hours and now feel like I have something in my eye but there is nothing there. can it be an allergic reaction? I dont get it from eating olives...

A. but in one eye..? that just doesn't seem likely. but i guess there is no reason not to try both treatments....

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Data was recorded on various postharvest quality parameters of citrus fruits within 3 hours either after harvest (S-0) or after 30 days storage (S-30) at room temperature.
Fall harvest treatments were applied for the first time during the first production year in 1997, and seasonal DMY of 1997 resulted from the sum of the DMY of two or three harvests.
In some places, in fact, they yield an annual value greater than that derived from a periodic timber harvest.
Working with historical data, they made ocean forecasts and then predicted most peaks or troughs in national harvests.
Appeals and legal challenges slow needed harvests on publicly owned lands," Mr.
In mid-November, starch and TNC amounts were more severely reduced by harvesting at 600 GDD in WL 225 than in AC Caribou [Fig 6A-D; cultivars x (2 harvests vs.
As government and community leaders recognize the need to harvest trees in crowded forests, they will find that there are fewer facilities to accommodate those trees," Mr.
Woodlot owners are required to reforest, but they are also required to harvest at least half of their trees within a decade after they mature.
Michelle using the juice from the 1998 and 1999 harvests, can be forgiven for his red wine bias as he gets his first peek at the 2000 cabernet sauvignon and merlot grapes.
Considerable controversy has surrounded the drafting of these plans, as it has become apparent that they may reduce the region's timber harvests.
With nearly four more weeks for Mumm to complete picking grapes, McNeill reports Pinot Noir and Chardonnay yields similar to the 1999 harvest.
The trees chosen for harvest, then and now, are not the biggest and greenest, but the less vigorous.