biocycle


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biocycle

[′bī·ō‚sī·kəl]
(ecology)
A group of similar biotopes composing a major division of the biosphere; there are three biocycles: terrestrial, marine, and fresh-water.
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About 150 sheep are brought to the Biocycle Farm every spring.
Biocycle estimates that there are almost 5,000 composting services spread throughout the U.
Goldstein is the Editor of BioCycle, a magazine for Advancing Composting, Organics Recycling and Renewable Energy.
OBJECTIVES: We examined the associations between cadmium, lead, and mercury, and anovulation and patterns of reproductive hormones [estradiol, progesterone, follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), luteinizing hormone] among 252 premenopausal women 18-44 years of age who were enrolled in the BioCycle Study in Buffalo, New York.
html, citing 16th Annual BioCycle Nationwide Survey: The State of Garbage in America (2008).
Gaskins and her colleagues analyzed data from 259 healthy, normally menstruating women, aged an average of 27 years, and who were followed for up to two menstrual cycles in the BioCycle Study.
Still, according to BioCycle magazine, large-scale food composting projects nearly doubled between 2000 and 2007, from 138 to 267.
Over in the west of the region, Biocycle South Shropshire, the Ludlow Greenfinch anaerobic digestion facility earlier this year won part of a pounds 10 million funding package from Defra's Anaerobic Digestion Demonstration Programme.
As micro-organisms consume the degraded plastic, carbon dioxide, water, and biomass are produced and returned to nature by way of the biocycle.
IPT transferred the process to Corpesucar, the Cooperative of Sugar Cane Producers in Sao Paulo state, and PHB Industrial SA of Sao Paulo, owner of the trademark Biocycle, was formed in 2000 for pilot-scale production of PHB and PHB-PV (polyhydroxybutyrate/valerate).