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hy·dric

(hī'drik),
Relating to hydrogen in chemical combination.
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hy·dric

(hī'drik)
Relating to hydrogen in chemical combination.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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In the interaction of hydric conditions within rootstocks for the variable linear adventitious root length, under normal hydric condition it was significantly elevated in the rootstock G.814, and in waterlogged condition the rootstock M.9 presented longer adventitious roots; in the interaction of hydric condition within rootstocks both M.9 and Marubakaido/M.9 interstock presented significant more linear length of adventitious roots under waterlogged condition.
While for general data, daily hydric needs, heart rate zones, and customised training plan, specialists had significantly higher values than clients, meaning a better level of physical training and education.3,18
From this review, hydrological and hydrogeological variables were taken, which use different theoretical models through the application of the Analytic Hierarchy Process AHP -(Saaty, 1980; Arape, 2002) and an expert panel formed by professionals in different areas with experience in hydric resources in surface and groundwater.
This characteristic is considered an extremely important factor for the seedlings that will be transferred to the acclimatization since the presence of hypodermis with periclinal cell elongation provides greater concentration or water reserve, fundamental processes to eliminate hydric stress in ex vitro plantlets.
Caption: FIGURE 2: Net photosynthesis rate (PN [micro]mol [m.sup.-2] [s.sup.-1]) as a function of photosynthetically active radiation (PAR, [micro]mol [m.sup.-2] [s.sup.-1]) in two groups of young Tabebuia aurea potted plants (control and hydric stress through flooding - 35, 70 and 105 days).
Finally, for the samples with air space interface, the samples are separated by about 3 mm of an air space in order to have hydric cut that prevents the moisture transfer in liquid phase.
When human action is characterized as promoting and intensifying the processes of water erosion, the term used is accelerated hydric erosion (BASTOS et al., 2000).
Turning to water, Lebanon is endowed with a wealth of hydric resources.
We assigned a hydric value at each visit: "0" if dry, "0.5" if saturated, or "1" if standing water was present.
The hydric conditions of the incubation substrate are particularly important for reptiles with parchment-shelled eggs.
For over two decades after its passage in 1972, CWA jurisdiction included virtually all wet geographic features, plus many that held no standing water at all, but were covered because they contained "hydric" soil and vegetation.