Because the rats reabsorb
so much water, the urine they expel is highly concentrated.
The deal will mean the planting of trees dedicated to Henry Howard Finance and Nearby Stores in Northcombe Farm, Devon, to reabsorb
carbon dioxide emissions.
Use Arnica on bruises as long as skin has not been grazed, it reduces pain and encourages tissue to reabsorb
blood to speed up the healing process.
During dry weather, some frogs can store urine in their bladders and reabsorb
The fact that the majority of cows with CVM calves either reabsorb
or abort them, however, means that 75pc of affected calves go undetected.
That means that at least 2,000 trees, the equivalent of eight football pitches, will be planted in special forests around Britain to reabsorb
all the carbon dioxide gas released by the event, including the power, heating and lighting of Earl's Court and the electricity supplied to millions of TV sets.
The scientists used a radioactive tracer to target molecules called serotonin transporters that normally reabsorb
the chemical into nerve cells after it has done its job.
03% moisture (4 hr at 176 F), and processors should guard against the resin's tendency to reabsorb
moisture quickly from ambient air.
Don't worry, the body will reabsorb
the extra receptors but it can take a few weeks.
Normally your kidneys reabsorb
glucose so it doesn't appear in your urine.
Gilmore, now 37, didn't think her health could get much worse, until this summer when she developed lymphedema - a condition that doesn't allow the lymph vascular system to reabsorb
and transport protein and lymph load, causing affected limbs to swell.
The concept dates to the 1970s, but it failed then, Barnham says, because the photoluminescent dyes available at the time were too fragile and too prone to reabsorb
their own emissions.