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Synonyms for decompose

Synonyms for decompose

to reduce or become reduced to pieces or components

to become or cause to become rotten or unsound

Synonyms for decompose

separate (substances) into constituent elements or parts

lose a stored charge, magnetic flux, or current

break down

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17], t) are first augmentation coefficients for category 1, 2 and 3 due to decomposer organism.
Large molecular weight compounds found in leaves such as lignin also play a role in slowing down the decomposition process as decomposers must first release enzymes to break down these large molecules (Melillo and others 1982).
It is important that no deposition of nickel should occur on the walls of the decomposer or on the gas inlets, otherwise pellets would become cemented to the surfaces over a long period of time.
Finally, by choosing an automatic or semi-automatic schema integration strategy (for example SIM (2) [5,6]), and defining, based on it, permission integration and query decomposition strategies, Integrator, Query Decomposer and Query Filter are automated.
The presence of diverse groups of decomposers and synanthropes is considered to imply the continuing vitality of the Roman socio-economic system.
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Sulkava P, Huhta V (2003) Effects of hard frost and freeze-thaw cycles on decomposer communities and N mineralisation in boreal forest soil.
The liquid amalgam flows from the electrolytic cell to a separate reactor, called the decomposer or denuder, where it reacts with water in the presence of a graphite catalyst to form sodium hydroxide and hydrogen gas.
Decomposer Lepidoptera, primarily represented at the ABS by Tineoidea and Noctuidae, have not been found on saw palmetto flowers, with the exception of Calycopis cecrops (Lycaenidae).
2) Depletion phenomenon: Disintegration of dead organic matter by decomposer organism dissipates the growth speed by an equivalent extent.
An adaptive bio-impedance signal decomposer, intended to solve the signals separation task and to overcome related difficulties, was proposed by the author in [23-27].
36) present a study on light aging properties of PVC by the carboxylic ester rare earth salt and the organotin, which reveals that radicals S--R generated from homolysis of Sn-S are combined to form R-S-S-R, which is an effective decomposer of hydroperoxides.
The fact that our world is not a wasteland of corpses and excrement is thanks to the work of a host of decomposer species who specialize in feeding on once-living organisms and their eliminations.
StormFisher Biogas, une entreprise de Toronto, et Inniskillin Wines, un vignoble de Niagara, collaborent a un processus de digestion anaerobie afin de decomposer les sous-produits du raisin, notamment la pellicule et les pepins, produisant ainsi du methane qui fournit de l'electricite aux maisons de la region de Niagara.
0 offers an improved decomposer for in-memory processing, ensuring the highest level of protection against ever changing threats.