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hydric

[′hī·drik]
(ecology)
Characterized by or thriving in abundance of moisture.
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In the interaction of hydric conditions within rootstocks for adventitious root number, on normal hydric condition the rootstock G.202 presented more adventitious root number, while in waterlogged condition the rootstock G.213 presented less emission of adventitious roots.
If there is enough hydric stress during the summer, those grapes can ripen well even in the coolest parts of the state.
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However, there is still a lack of an overall methodological framework that allows the inclusion of the underground component in the management of the surface hydric resource according to the hydrologic and hydrogeologic conditions of the country.
Thus, it is observed that the mesoregion of Vale do Rio Doce has no favorable hydric conditions to be out of the acceptable limit of water deficiency (Figure 5).
The Alfa Duo-Pump All-in-one Travel Kit contains a hydric and lipidic gel," Brands said.
Along with their negative environmental impact, another major grievance frequently voiced by communities is the fact that the affected communities rarely benefit from large-scale hydroelectric dams, as they often lack access to basic services such as electricity and running water while their hydric resources are used to provide electric energy for urban areas hundreds of miles away.
These wetlands are widely recognized as consisting of three main components: hydric soils, hydrophytic vegetation, and wetland hydrology.
We enjoy a consolidated advantage in energy costs on a regional level because of our high utilization of gas and hydric energy.