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open-field

adj
(Historical Terms) (prenominal) medieval history of or denoting the system in which an arable area was divided into unenclosed strips, esp cultivated by different tenants
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- Additional 18 hectares of agricultural land for a proposed open-field cannabis cultivation operation
The anxiolytic and antidepressant-like effects of these two drugs were investigated in the last week of experiment, using the open-field and forced swimming tests.
Greenhouses can intensify agricultural production if appropriate measures are taken to accelerate the development of crops and increase the amount of biomass per unit of cultivated area, compared with open-field conditions (Fuller and Zahnd, 2012).
The move sparked criticism as the scientists and farmers asked how the government could give the approval without undertaking a large-scale open-field trial of the technology in Pakistan.
in open-field and plastic tunnel planted cucumber crop.
The need for new technologies to conduct global change research on crops in an open-field environment is holding the commercial sector back from studying issues such as maximizing the elevated carbon dioxide advantage or studying the effects of ozone pollution on crops.
In August, his quickness and open-field speed has proven the perfect compliment to bullish Marion Barber.
Open-field tests have proven valuable in some cases for resolving host-specificity concerns which led to the release of important biological control agents such as the flowerbud weevil, Anthonomus santacruzi Hustache, against Solanum mauritianum Scopoli in South Africa (Olckers 2004), and the leaf feeding beetle Gratiana boliviana Spaeth against Solanum viarum Dunal in the southeastern United States (Gandolfo et al.
Neither BPA nor NP exposure affected behavioral characteristics in an open-field test (8 weeks of age), in a measurement of spontaneous motor activity (12 weeks of age), or in an elevated plus-maze test (14 weeks of age).
Aren't the fans supposed to like long open-field runs for touchdowns?
Monsanto's debut of bovine growth hormone in 1986 (which promised higher yields of cows' milk), and a year later Advanced Genetic Science's open-field test of the "ice-minus" bacterium (which lowered the temperature at which frost forms on crops) were met with protests and subsequent public relations fiascoes.