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plant materials and animal waste used as fuel

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the total mass of living matter in a given unit area

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Based on colza or sugar cane or other biomatter, these fuels can be mixed with diesel to cut costs and emissions.
Apollo has endorsed some policy prescriptions that have already attracted broad bipartisan support in the Senate, including a federal renewable-portfolio standard that would require 15 percent of America's electricity to come from clean-energy sources by 2015, a renewable-fuel standard that would require 10 percent of fuels to be derived from biomatter by 2010, and strong efficiency codes for building development.
Ferraz, Infection of orthopedic implants with emphasis on bacterial adhesion process and techniques used in studying bacterial-material interactions, Biomatter.
A second cluster--around Kaushik Sunder Rajan, Eugene Thacker, and Michael Fortun, and drawing in diverse measure on Haraway and Rabinow--pays close attention to questions of meaning, though less to biomatter as such.
Santos, Porous-based biomaterials for tissue engineering and drug delivery applications, Biomatter 2012; 2:237-238.
Second generation biofuel feedstocks that are analyzed in this report include bioethanol, black liquor, lignocellulosic energy crops, gas biomatter (methane), and green waste.
She is currently a director of Livestock Improvement Corporation, ERoad, Talent International, the Well Foundation and former chief executive of the New Zealand Technology Industry Association and the biotechnology research software company Biomatters.
Key players like CLC bio (Denmark), Biomatters (New Zealand), Partek (U.
AUCKLAND, New Zealand -- Biomatters today announced it has added the Molecular Profiler application to Illumina's BaseSpace Apps, Illumina's dedicated applications store and informatics community dedicated to advancing genomic analysis.