macroaggregate


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macroaggregate

(ˌmækrəʊˈæɡrɪɡət)
n
a relatively large aggregate (of soil, cells, etc)
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Whereas the total SOM under conservation tillage affects macroaggregate stability, the micoaggregate stability is mainly controlled by stable organic matter and therefore depends on soil parameters such as texture (Quiroga 1994; Quiroga et al.
Denef K, Six J, Paustian K, Merckx R (2001b) Importance of macroaggregate dynamics in controlling soil carbon stabilization: short-term effects of physical disturbance induced by dry-wet cycles.
Generally, the soil properties that correlated significantly with macroaggregate classes were Ct, CEC, interlayer vermiculite, smectite, and total Fe and Al including [Al.sub.ox].
Notice of Contract Award:kit for preparing technetium-labeled human serum albumin macroaggregate (99mtc-maa)
Importance of macroaggregate dynamics in controlling soil carbon stabilization: short-term effects of physical disturbance induced by drywet cycles.
(2000) Soil macroaggregate turnover and microaggregate formation: a mechanism for C sequestration under no-tillage agriculture.
Tuo et al., "Novel strategy to engineer trachea cartilage graft with marrow mesenchymal stem cell macroaggregate and hydrolyzable scaffold," Artificial Organs, vol.
Three types of dispersions exist in clay suspensions: formation of an immiscible macroaggregate, swelling of the smectite clays to include a host matrix (intercalated), or separation of the layers (exfoliated).
Technetium-99 macroaggregate albumin study was not obtained.
A pre-treatment hepatic artery Tc-99m macroaggregate of albumin (MAA) scan is performed to detect any extrahepatic shunting to the lung or gastrointestinal tract.
Tisdall and Oades (1982) had reported that root and fungal hyphae as the temporary organic binding agents can initiate macroaggregate formation by enmeshing fine particles into macroaggregates and stabilize macroaggregates.