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Synonyms for biological

pertaining to biology or to life and living things


of parents and children


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An evaluation of commercially available biological filters for recirculating aquaculture systems.
Biological filters consist of some solid media that serve as a surface on which bacteria can attach and grow.
What stood out was the effectiveness of the biological filters to remove large quantities of iron, arsenic, and other compounds.
The company will spend pounds 200,000 over the next eight months refurbishing biological filters and extractor fans at its Bromborough treatment works in Wirral.
Biological filters fit this description, especially for large volume emissions with low pollutant concentrations.
The company will supply a three-stage arrangement of its Biofor [R] biological filters for carbon removal, nitrification, and denitrification.
After viewing similar-technologies worldwide, Gagnon outfitted his fully automated rig with a heat-monitoring system to optimize the activity inside and with biological filters to eliminate any emissions and ensure no residue is left behind.
Biological filters, which combine mechanical and bacterial filtration, help.
If you have biological filters in the pond, which effectively creates your own little sewage works and water treatment plant, then they should be running by now.
There are mechanical and biological filters, both placed outside the pond.