undecomposed


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undecomposed

(ˌʌnˌdiːkəmˈpəʊzd)
adj
not reduced to constituent elements
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Adj.1.undecomposed - not left to spoilundecomposed - not left to spoil; "the meat is still good"
fresh - recently made, produced, or harvested; "fresh bread"; "a fresh scent"; "fresh lettuce"
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c) Weight percentage of material left undecomposed after TGA analysis at a temperature of 700[degrees]C under a argon atmosphere.
The >50-[micro]m inorganic fraction mostly comprised sand, whereas the >50-[micro]m organic fraction was made up of discrete, undecomposed plant matter.
The decreased firing temperature of about 800[degrees]C used in fluidized bed (CFB) boilers increases the content of undecomposed material in OSA.
Scientists came across the undecomposed brains during an archaeological excavation of a Bronze Age site in 2010.
During combustion, this layer forms a tight shell, which impedes heat entrance into deeper undecomposed layers of material and blocks free release of volatile products into the atmosphere in the course of thermal decomposition.
Chinchorro encounters with these naturally mummified, undecomposed bodies may have led to a belief in the persistence of a person's soul via this process, motivating the invention of artificial mummification for religious reasons.
The benefits of incorporating undecomposed straw have also been recognized in tropical environments [10].
Wetlands have potential for significant carbon sequestration as undecomposed organic material, but they are small and vulnerable to carbon loss if the moisture regime changes.
The quality of added OC may influence not only the amount of undecomposed OC but also the fluxes of decomposing OC between soil fractions.
Fish meal : Fish meal (FM) is defined as clean, dried, ground tissue of undecomposed whole fish or fish cuttings, with or without extraction of part of the oil (Hampton, 1981).
Thatch, as you know, is a layer of undecomposed grass on the soil surface.