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ground plot

[′grau̇nd ‚plät]
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ground plan, ground plot

The plan of a building taken at ground level.
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Meteors are detected and recorded with UFO Capture software, processed via UFO Analyser, and meteor radiants, ground plots and orbital maps are generated by UFO Orbit from the highest quality data.
No difference in plant mortality was found between treatments except that higher plant mortality was observed in bare ground plots on the last sampling date (Table 5).
The objective of the first experiment was to determine the softening rate of subterranean clover hard seed during the summer and fall when buried 1 cm in soil in common bermudagrass and bare ground plots. The objective of the second experiment was to determine if the reduction in softening rate of hard seed from summer to fall was a response to environment or the accumulation of seed highly resistant to softening.
Meteors are detected and recorded with the UFO Capture software, processed via UFO Analyser and meteor radiants, ground plots and orbital maps (from the best data) are generated by UFO Orbit.