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With DBH touted as her comeback role, Mukherjee even learnt to pick up a bat and also shed a few kilos in the process.
To determine the effect of dbh on fruit production we used the same model with DBH and DBH2 as independent variables.
We sampled a total of 703 trees with DBH [greater than or equal to] 10 cm, and on 31 we found individuals of H.
Dbh, height, and species were compared between trees from territory sample plots and song-perch trees.
DBH understands that many new tenants would be wary of signing a long lease when their occupier requirements could change overnight.
No year effect was detected ([F.sub.2,38] = 2.03, P = 0.15), however dbh of pines was greater than hardwoods ([F.sub.1,9703] = 770.09, P < 0.001) for the breeding and nonbreeding seasons.
Antony Rowe, DBH general manager, said the company was considering developing land around the centre.
As controls we used four slides of healthy human adrenal medulla for each of the respective staining procedures for TH, DBH, and PNMT.
Woody species presence, height, dbh, and herbaceous plants were recorded within plots along transects.
Trees [greater than] 12.5 cm diameter at breast height (dbh) were labeled and tallied by species and dbh.
A grid of 128 circular plots (each 100 [m.sup.2]) was laid out and sampled using standard forestry metrics, including diameter at breast height (dbh), density and frequency of occurrence.
Harvesting was based on two treatments: cutting all trees with dbh [greater than or equal to] 45 cm, in 39 ha; and cutting trees with dbh [greater than or equal to] 55 cm, in 25 ha (COSTA FILHO; COSTA; AGUIAR, 1980).