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hydric

[′hī·drik]
(ecology)
Characterized by or thriving in abundance of moisture.
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However, there is still a lack of an overall methodological framework that allows the inclusion of the underground component in the management of the surface hydric resource according to the hydrologic and hydrogeologic conditions of the country.
This characteristic is considered an extremely important factor for the seedlings that will be transferred to the acclimatization since the presence of hypodermis with periclinal cell elongation provides greater concentration or water reserve, fundamental processes to eliminate hydric stress in ex vitro plantlets.
ii) All three types of interface studied presented hydric resistance during the capillary absorption tests, although with different levels of magnitude.
1] ratio at the natural condition linked to the higher percentage of fines (65%), which probably gave to soil structure a higher cementation capacity at the inter-particle contact points and consequently improved its potential ability to resist hydric erosion.
Pre-field work included review of pertinent background information and discussions with individuals familiar with the Investigation Area and down gradient hydric resources.
The hydric and thermal deficit, torrents and landslides, soil salinization impose land reclamation works, the use of anti-erosional technologies, fertilizers etc.
In Colombia, in the specific case of the hydric resource, Legislation (art 63, 102 of the Constitution; art 82, 82,674 and 677 of the civil code; art 83 of the code of human resources) indicates that water is a public good or belonging to the Nation and only under exceptional instances it is treated as private property, subjected to the restrictions or limitations imposed by the administration for its use.
The valuing of water as a natural resource of often uncertain availability indicates the need to include measures to reduce hydric consumption in gas heating promotion strategies.
The patient was then treated with a hyposodic diet, mild hydric restriction, enoxaparin, spironolactone, lactulose and omeprazole.