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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Samples total wet weighing less than 70 g usually had gonad dry weight less than 2 g (Fig.
Results of the analysis of variance showed that the interactions between rice genotypes and treatment of drought stress affected the dry weight of root observed following the first drying stage (day 45 post-plantation) and the second drying stage (day 65 post-plantation).
For morphological characteristics, ten seedlings were randomly selected from each treatment and number of leaf per seedling, leaf sizes, root and shoot length, seedling fresh weight and dry weight and percent moisture content were investigated.
The accumulated dry weight of velvet bean increased with increasing coexistence period until 179 DAB, reaching 233g DW[m.
With increasing iron concentration up to 10 ppm, dry weight of aboveground and nodes increased then decreased, while with increasing concentration of iron, grain dry weight had increased (Table 3).
The times required for the decomposition of 50 and 95% of the initial dry weight in Lake Paraiso were 24 and 104 days, respectively; Stripari and Henry (2002) estimated a loss of 50 and 95% of initial dry weight at 51 and 221 days, respectively, in Lake Cavalos.
It is clear from the results that variety Mehran-89 had more shoot dry weight under 24 hours seed priming periods.
The process frequently utilized to achieve dry weight is compounded by these large fluid gains.
A summary of wet weight, dry weight and condition index for field control mussels and those under holding conditions (winter and spring) are shown in Tables 1 and 2, respectively.
Oven dry weight of shoot and root was recorded after drying the samples at 75oC for 48 hours.