annual ring


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an annual formation of wood in plants as they grow

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We counted and measured the annual rings of each cored tree using a compound dissecting microscope and a Velmex stage micrometer attached to a Metronics QC10 digital display and a computer running MeasureJ2X software (VoorTech.
Axial parenchyma cells consist of band of cell rows at the border of each annual ring (apotracheal terminal).
Radionuclide specific activities in each annual ring are determined according to formula (2), evaluating a specific activity decrease due to radioactive decay:
The approximate size (diameter) of the first annual ring can be easily estimated using the relationship between flounder's total length (L) and the length of otoliths ([L.
After the growth of last annual ring the tree was cut down and used for building the waste pit.
When space permits, a larger annual ring, such as 26 to 30 mil would be preferable, to create a more solid pad joint able to withstand several component extractions and placements, as well as being able to undergo multiple reflow cycles without incurring problems.
The North East Wrestling Club stages its second annual Ring of Faith Tournament in St Joseph's Hall, Gateshead, this Saturday at 7pm.
We measured the distances (mm) along the anterior--posterior scale axis from the focus (F) to the last circulus of the freshwater zone (ocean entry, OE), to the outside edge of the winter annual ring (the "winter annulus," A) when present, and to the margin (M), and also determined the total numbers and average spacing of circuli in the ocean growth zone (Fig.
The infected potatoes were detected by the Central Science Laboratory during Defra's annual ring rot survey.
A new event - The Annual Ring of Kerry/Celtic Club Challenge Tournament - will be part of the fixture list at the club as a result of the link-up with Celtic.
The annual Ring of Fire Christmas Fund delivers gifts to children under the age of 13 in the two communities with whom the company works the closest on its Eagle's Nest and Blackbird nickel and chromite projects.
The specimens included inner and outer boards; density, annual ring width, and proportion of heartwood were recorded.
Over the course of a tree's life, the width of each annual ring decreases.
An alternative to mark-recapture is marginal increment analysis in which the distance from the growth ring to the edge of the otolith, for a sample of fish, is tracked over time (Campana, 2001) and a sharp drop in this marginal increment, once a year, is taken as an indication of annual ring formation.
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