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eduction

[ē′dək·shən]
(cell and molecular biology)
Loss of host genetic material when the plasmid that had been integrated into the host chromosome exits.
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However, CO2Sense said Yorkshire's expertise in engineering and energy could also be harnessed to develop technologies to educe emissions and make the most of the economic opportunities brought about by a new "low carbon economy".
Faced with considerable spare capacity, firms are planning to r educe staff further.
This order shows FirstGroup's commitment to investing in programmes geared to encouraging the public to switch from cars to public transport, which will educe both congestion and damage to the environment.
M ERSEYSIDE businesses are to get extra help to r educe the amount of waste they send to landfill.
She added: "Establishing and maintaining good exercise and eating habits in childhood can help to educe the risk of obesity which causes several life-threatening health conditions in later life including coronary heart disease, type 2 diabetes, stroke, cancer andosteoporosis.