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enrichment

[in′rich·mənt]
(nucleonics)
A process that changes the isotopic ratio in a material; for uranium, for example, the ratio of 235U to 238U may be increased by gaseous diffusion of uranium hexafluoride.
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Enrichment

Any ornamentation on moldings, such as the egg-and-dart on ovolos.
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These "environmental enrichments" are crucial because pigs have the natural instinct to forage, and suitable enrichment keeps them from directing these behaviours onto other pigs, such as biting tails.
Updated design information provided by Iran on Sunday also indicated the enrichment level was "up to 5% U-235" at its Natanz enrichment site, the report said.
Environmental enrichment for shelter dogs should be part of a care plan for animals involving physical and psychological well-being (MILLER; ZAWISTOWSKI, 2013) for the animals to be adopted.
Environmental enrichment is a very complicated term and is often used inconsistently by several authors [21,22] and it is often associated with the enhancement of the animal's physical and social environment [23].
Furthermore, he said the marriage enrichment workshop was to empower married couples and those who desired to get married by sharing ideas and experiences on how have good marriages.
Question: Why are foraging and enrichment important for captive birds?
Past findings have suggested that there is a positive relationship between social support (supervisor support, co-worker support and organisational support) and work family enrichment. Supervisor support, co-worker support and organisational support are important antecedents of work family enrichment because social support is found to assist employees reduce work-family conflict (Aryee, Srinivas, & Tan, (2005).2005; Beutell and Wittig-Berman, 2008; Baral and Bhargava, 2010) This social support contributes to the positive energy and provides a psychological resource that important for work-family enrichment.
This review is intended: (1) to interpret and characterize the morphological variations observed in the structure of enrichment axes, located below the terminal inflorescence in Poaceae; and (2) to study the relationship between the intensity of development of such axes and the complexity of the tenninal inflorescence.
India's current enrichment capacity is 4200 Separative Work Units per year (SWU/yr).
Complexes were then incubated at a final concentration of 40 nmol/L or 200 nmol/L with either 10 ng (single-target enrichment) or 30 ng (multiplexed enrichment) DNA in 10-[micro]L 1X NEB 3.1 buffer (100mM NaCl, 50mM Tris-HCl, 10mM Mg[Cl.sub.2], 100 [micro]xg/mL BSA, pH 7.9 @ 25 [degrees]C) for either 5 mi2n (E746-A750 EGFR [11] exon 19 deletion ELREA single-target enrichment) or 6 h (T790M single-target enrichment, L858R single-target enrichment, and multiplexed enrichment) at 37 [degrees]C.
Although the detailed design schemes of the initial core and running-in phase are different from each other, the common experience of these pebble-bed reactors shows that the fuel enrichment and the ratio of fuel spheres to graphite spheres are important.