Adhibition


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Ad`hi`bi´tion


n.1.The act of adhibiting; application; use.
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AFSC populations can be easily expanded in vitro and can be stored over long periods of time with no adverse effects, so amniotic fluid is a better source of pluripotent and multipotent stem cells for organ regeneration and endangered species conservation and adhibition.
In this manner, it is essential to know and understand the dynamics of the N mineralization in the soil and the efficiency index (EI) of the N from organic fertilizers, in order to make feasible to establish agronomic recommendations concerning the correct dosages and period of adhibition (MELO et al., 2008).