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not left to spoil

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The model consists of a set of nonlinear differential equations, which are derived from the mass balances for the reacting species (see Appendices A and B), including the living radical species, dead, and temporarily dead polymer and copolymer species for all kinetic chain lengths and number of undecomposed peroxide groups.
Budget of residue-derived N after 1 year of incubation in soil showing the percentage of residue-derived N in the undecomposed residues and soil.
Fish Meal: Clean, dried, ground tissue of undecomposed whole fish and/or fish cuttings.
Chinchorro encounters with these naturally mummified, undecomposed bodies may have led to a belief in the persistence of a person's soul via this process, motivating the invention of artificial mummification for religious reasons.
The organic layer was defined as non-mineral soils of partly to well-decomposed organic materials, excluding undecomposed surface litter.
At 42 days after placement (DAP), the quantities of undecomposed leaves of the leguminous species were similar but different from that of non-leguminous plant species.
Mikhalevich said the nuclear waste treatment was aimed at obtaining undecomposed uranium and valuable isotopes that can be used again.
They are also present in slow-running streams, springs, and poor-drainage temporal ponds, where accumulation of undecomposed organic matter is favored.
Furthermore, this study found that attitude was the strongest predictor of the three main undecomposed predictor factors that affect behavioral intent (t = 10.
The benefits of incorporating undecomposed straw have also been recognized in tropical environments [10].
Wetlands have potential for significant carbon sequestration as undecomposed organic material, but they are small and vulnerable to carbon loss if the moisture regime changes.
The quality of added OC may influence not only the amount of undecomposed OC but also the fluxes of decomposing OC between soil fractions.
According to AAFCO, the definition of "animal digest" is "material which results from chemical and/or enzymatic hydrolysis of clean and undecomposed animal tissue.
Fish meal : Fish meal (FM) is defined as clean, dried, ground tissue of undecomposed whole fish or fish cuttings, with or without extraction of part of the oil (Hampton, 1981).