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Synonyms for production

Synonyms for production

something produced by human effort


the amount or quantity produced


something that is the result of creative effort

Synonyms for production

a presentation for the stage or screen or radio or television

(law) the act of exhibiting in a court of law

the quantity of something (as a commodity) that is created (usually within a given period of time)

a display that is exaggerated or unduly complicated

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the creation of value or wealth by producing goods and services

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In conclusion, under a 12L:12D photoperiod, the feed intakes did not differ between day and night, but both the mean and minimal carbon dioxide production rates during the daytime were higher than those during the nighttime.
Once the students produce a graph depicting carbon dioxide production over time (example in Figure 4), the instructor can lead a discussion about the trends in the data and how to calculate the rate of carbon dioxide production for each treatment.
The transcarboxylic acid cycle in aerobic metabolism is the main site of carbon dioxide production and the electron transport chain is the main source of ATP, which is directly used a source of energy for enzymatic and cellular activity in all cells.
n Get a jacket: hot water tanks account for 60% of all domestic carbon dioxide production.
I wonder if they calculated the carbon dioxide production that resulted from flying all those government and NGO lard-asses to the UN's Nairobi conference on climate change.
He wants extra taxes on wasteful electronic goods to cut energy use and carbon dioxide production and a new tax on cheap light bulbs.
They claim they are having a devastating effect on the planet because of high fuel consumption and carbon dioxide production.
Bread-making relies mainly on yeast and carbon dioxide production for leavening purposes.
The key problem of finding ways of generating and distributing hydrogen massively without using fossil fuels is yet to be cracked--there is no point in adding to carbon dioxide production to create large quantities of liquid hydrogen which is dangerous and difficult to manipulate, even though when it is burned, the product is nothing more than water vapour.
A huge variety of physical forces is also at play in influencing primary and other levels of production, including volcanoes, hurricanes, floods, forest fires, and various human influences such as the use of pesticides and fertilizers and increased carbon dioxide production.
Meanwhile, the obvious solution is to cut carbon dioxide production, says Lindroth.
So what might explain why carbon dioxide production in both China and India is significantly below that of the U.
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