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Synonyms for uptake

a process of taking up or using up or consuming

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The majority of total seasonal nutrient uptake from vineyard soils (mainly for nitrogen) has been reported to occur between bloom and veraison in most studies on wine grapes (Vitis vinifera) and Concord grapes (Vitis labrusca) coincident with the increase in total vine biomass.
A spokesperson from Uptake Strategies, said, 'We are delighted to have Kelly join our expanding team and we're looking forward to an exciting and busy year ahead with her working alongside us.
01R of Azoxystrobin, complete cessation in nitrate uptakeby nrtA1 and nrtB110was recorded however78% reduction in nitrate uptake was observedfor wild type strain.
Crop growth and N uptake were compared across a range of treatments simulating different irrigation water NO[sub.
Uptake Medical is the manufacturer of vapor technology for the bronchoscopic ablation of emphysema and lung cancer.
P and Zn uptake in plant samples were taken as a product of biological yield and concentration of each respective treatment plot.
In fact, since 2005, the Department for Social Developments benefit uptake work has generated nearly 100million of additional income for people in Northern Ireland.
In the present study, we systematically investigated the gap between PBDE uptake rates derived from PBDE levels measured in the Australian population and PBDE uptake rates derived from exposure to PBDEs in food, air, and dust.
In total 93% of children who reached their fifth birthday by March 31 this year had received two doses of MMR - the highest ever annual uptake of the jab in Wales.
fixing or forming its insoluble complexes, which ultimately decrease the availability of Zinc in soils vis-a-vis uptake by the plants.
Color change and dye uptake gradually increased with increasing vacuum pressure and dye concentration.
It is known that reducing the particle size of delivery systems may enhance the bioavailability of bioactive compounds due to an increase in gastrointestinal transit time, adhesion to and interaction with biological cells, and cellular uptake of delivery systems (Win and Feng, 2005; Zhang et al.
In a 2011 study, Yuxin Li and colleagues observed a relationship between fluoride uptake and vascular calcification in coronary arteries.
The current uptake in all staff groups for the South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust's flu campaign is 64.
The uptake of dietary non-haem iron in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract requires protein-mediated transport and two separate enterocyte pathways have been identified, namely the Divalent Metal Transporter-1 (DMT-1) and the Integrin-Mobilferrin pathway (IMP),8 DMT1 requires iron in the ferrous form ([Fe.