biocycle


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biocycle

(ˈbaɪəʊˌsaɪkəl)
n
(Environmental Science) ecology the cycling of chemicals through the biosphere
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2max] foi determinada atraves do protocolo de Astrand-Ryhming (1986) em cicloergometro (Marca = Moviment, modelo = Biocycle Eletromagnetic 2600), que tem duracao de 6 minutos, sendo que a taxa de trabalho e de 100 a 200 watts para homens e 75 a 150 watts para mulheres, selecionada de acordo com o sexo e a estado individual de cada um.
Objective: "The BIOCYCLE Project proposes to test and critically assess the benefits and risks of an innovative regimen for improving the treatment of Crohns disease (CD), a chronic immune-mediated inflammatory disease affecting the gastro-intestinal tract of an increasing number of patients.
This spring, more than 100 sheep are helping the Metropolitan Wastewater Management Commission knock back weeds at the agency's Biocycle Farm by grazing among the acres of poplar trees.
are now equipped with composting facilities, according to a 2014 survey conducted by Biocycle.
Gaskins AJ, Mumford SL, Rovner AJ, Zhang C, Chen L, Wactawski-Wende J, Perkins NJ, Schisterman EF, BioCycle Study Group.
13) See Angel Arroyo-Rodriguez & Christopher Germain, Zoning Model for Urban Agriculture and Composting, BIOCYCLE, July 2012, at 24; Mukherji & Morales, supra note 11, at 2; Salkin & Lavine, supra note 11, at 601 ("[T]hese local [land use] policies are often one of the most important factors contributing to food production potential.
Nora Goldstein from BioCycle and Paul Greene from O'Brien & Gere are both rejoining the Board for their third term.
Longitudinal study of insulin resistance and sex hormones over the menstrual cycle: the BioCycle Study.
The EG was subjected to a physical exercise program using an electromagnetic cycle ergometer (Moviment[R], Biocycle 2600) and the CG had no intervention.
Germination is a critical step in the vegetative biocycle due to its association with several extrinsic (physical environment) and intrinsic (physiometabolic processes) factors (BEWLEY; BLACK, 1994; POPINIGIS, 1985).