Preestablishment

Pre`es`tab´lish`ment


n.1.Settlement beforehand.
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The preestablishment of suspended culture, combined with the mussels' ability to exploit organic food resource from nonphytoplankton sources (Widdows et al.
Similar studies on preestablishment life stages at the upper limit of tree growth are comparatively rare.
Another suggested approach for understanding treeline altitudes involves the development of more mechanistic vegetation models that include early preestablishment life stages and corresponding microclimatic conditions as drivers (Wolf et al.
This demand includes a preestablishment right as well as postestablishment treatment.