biome


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a major biotic community characterized by the dominant forms of plant life and the prevailing climate

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Our crop protection and seed and trait innovation pipelines are rich, with more than 60 projects underway" notes Biome.
The first commercial target is to use the lignin-derived chemicals to replace the oil-derived equivalents currently used to convey strength and flexibility in some of Biome Bioplastics' products, further reducing cost and enhancing sustainability.
Fortunately, a friend branched out into public health, and it gave Biome the opportunity to pursue a career.
But the best part of the biome is the new viewing platform that is suspended just a few metres below its roof.
p th Mtt I loved the tropical bubble, but for he highlight for me was the Mediterranean Biome, a journey hrough the warm emperate regions of he world.
Each dome represents a different world biome, or region with a distinct climate, geography, and community of plants and animals, says Sam Kendall, Eden's education development officer.
Autocar has reported that Mercedes-Benz's green supercar will be similar to the Biome concept that was designed at the automaker's California design studio.
The weird and wonderful Biome is a clean, green, ultralightweight flight of fantasy.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bahrain-based BioME has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Malaysian Development Authority (MIDA) and the Malaysian Biotechnology Corporation to develop a knowledge-based Bio-economy in the country.
Bahrain-based BioME has signed a MoU with the Malaysian Development Authority (MIDA) and the Malaysian Biotechnology Corporation to develop a knowledge-based Bio-economy in the country.
The Dhofar biome will comprise three interlinked structures that replicate the yearly conditions of the southern region, enabling flora native to Dhofar to grow as it does in the wild.
He keeps undergraduates in mind, using a minimum of scientific jargon but respecting that which is needed, and organizes chapters geographically to cover virtually every temperate biome.
John Nichol, who now oversees the Rainforest Biome, the biggest greenhouse in the world, has worked at Eden as a skilled horticulturist in the project's Amazon area since 2002 and has been acting supervisor since March this year.
It will be a smaller version of the giant biome at Cornwall's Eden Project, which houses exotic plants from all over the world.