Chir


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Chir

 

a river in Rostov Oblast, RSFSR (lower course in Volgograd Oblast); a right tributary of the Don. The Chir is 317 km long and drains an area of 9,580 sq km. It rises in the Don Ridge and empties into the Tsimliansk Reservoir. The river is fed chiefly by snow, and high water occurs in late March and April. The mean flow rate 10 km from the mouth is 12 cu m per sec. The upper course of the Chir sometimes dries up. The river’s principal left tributary is the Kurtlak. The city of Surovikino is located near the Chir’s mouth.

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The total tree biomass distribution of Chir Pine forest of the young, mature, and overmature stand was recorded at 80.0 [+ or -] 12.4 (t x [ha.sup.-1]), 343.1 [+ or -] 167.6 (t x [ha.sup.-1]), and 529.5 [+ or -] 176.8 (t x [ha.sup.-1]), respectively, demonstrating a rapid increase of biomass from young stand age trees to overmature stand age trees (Table 4).
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He further added that MCI is working on a comprehensive strategy under that strategy; all trees which are causing pollen allergy will be replaced by the fruit and other indigenous plants including Chir Pine, Kachnar, Amaltas, Dhreak, Jacaranda, Olive and Jaman etc.
He said some 6,000 saplings of Chir, Sukhchain and Kachnar would be distributed in the Federal Capital free of charge.
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[Malignant schwannoma of the small intestine: A report of 2 cases.] G Chir 2000;21:149-55.
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