dry weight


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dry weight

The dry density of a material multiplied by its volume.

dry weight

The weight of an engine less the weight of fuel, lubricants, and coolants but inclusive of the weight of accessories.
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Nwanze PI, Khan AU, Ameh JB and VJ Umoh The effect of various grains, culture media, oil type and rate on the stipe lengths and diameters, wet and dry weights and pileus diameters of Psathyrella atroumbonata.
The condition of oysters as measured by the carbohydrate cycle, the condition factor and the percent dry weight.
Adventitious root fresh and dry weights were reduced as salinity increased at all concentrations of P (Table 2).
Also, root and shoot dry weights (10 seedlings) were recorded after oven drying at 70[degrees] C for 72 h.
The fresh yield of sunflower in 2% biochar treatment increased significantly as compared to the control and other treatments, but its dry weight was similar to that of the control and 1% biochar treatment.
The lines which have greater decrease in root an shoot length and dry weight of seedling root and shoot in low osmotic potential(-1.
Results showed that Effect of different treatments was significant on redroot pigweed dry weight (P < 0.
Under some conditions, the screens produced 20 to 30 grams dry weight of algae per square meter per day.
Technip, through its fully-owned subsidiary Technip Engenharia, based in Rio de Janeiro, will be responsible for the overall detailed engineering of the topsides for a total dry weight of 19 000 mt, as well as the engineering procurement services.
In both years, planting depth of 15 cm showed superiority in the number of flowers per unit area, flower fresh and dry weight and stifma fresh and dry weight except on number of daughter corms per unit area, corm fresh and dry weight.
Dry weight is 2,300 pounds; length is 22 feet, 6 inches; beam is 8 feet; deadrise is 14 degrees; and standard fuel tank is 70 gallons.