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mensuration

 [men″su-ra´shun]
the process of measuring.

men·su·ra·tion

(men'sū-rā'shŭn),
The act or process of measuring.
[L. mensuratio, fr. mensuro, to measure]

mensuration

/men·su·ra·tion/ (men″ser-a´shun) the act or process of measuring.

mensuration

(mĕn-sū-rā′shŭn) [L. mensuratio]
The process of measuring.
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The mensurative experiments were completed on the day of collection in February 2009, and consisted of measuring the maximum photochemical efficiency of open reaction centers of Photosystem II (RCIIs) [F.
Mensurative studies, in which treatment groups are not randomly assigned and tests are of differences among physical locations or points in time and not designated treatments, were not evaluated [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 1 OMITTED] in our review.
In a mensurative experiment to examine the fate of the mussel deployment and the rate at which they left the area, another 200 mussels were deployed over one of the cleared (and still uncolonized) sources of diffuse flow and their movement was documented with a time-lapse camera.