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bate

[bāt]
(materials)
In tanning operations, any material used to remove lime from skins and to soften them prior to further processing.
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Traps baited with pheromone plus 400 g of agave captured more weevils in comparison to traps baited with pheromone alone or 200 g of agave alone.
I have done many baited black bear hunts over the years, and the thought of seeing multiple brown bears at one bait location was overwhelming.
Lorraine Prosser caught six carp to 7.5lbwhenshe used bread crust as bait and Rhondda angler Keith Fuller tempted two 10lb mirrors and two 7lb common carp when baited up with luncheon meat.
Water temperature was measured midmorning on the day baited traps were emptied.
In this study, attractiveness of various animal baits in sticky traps and dry ice baited CDC light traps toward P.
2 : to torment by mean or unjust attacks <They baited him by using a nickname he hated.>
Additionally, during November 2006-January 2007 (sampling period 4), feces samples were collected in the three 1-[km.sup.2] plots that had never been baited and in the treated section of the 6-[km.sup.2] plot that had been baited monthly throughout the entire baiting period (Figure 1).
The scientists dangled the cameras above hooks baited with small squid and mashed shrimp.
We measured several microhabitat characteristics at 66 points in a 0.5 hectare plot, and baited each point with two categories of tuna bait.
Although the data as reported were taken 1 wk after treatment, baited nests generally had become inactive within 3 d.
"Use either glue boards or rat traps baited with peanut butter, salami, marshmallows or chocolate," he said, "whatever the rats are used to eating."
Detection is based primarily on traps baited with male-specific chemicals, but food-baited traps, which attract both sexes, remain an important component of the monitoring effort.