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procumbent

[prō′kəm·bənt]
(botany)
Having stems that lie flat on the ground but do not root at the nodes.
(science and technology)
Lying stretched out.
Slanting forward.
Lying face down.
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Populations could be developed with semi-upright or procumbent growth habits for hay or grazing use, respectively.
Supply, delivery, installation and commissioning of a table dedicated to procumbent breast macrobiopsy for the radiology department of the Saint - Louis Hospital (75010 Paris) of the University Hospitals Saint - Louis - Lariboisire - fernand Widal de l ~ Public assistance - hospitals of Paris (AP-HP).
The relative proportions of upright and procumbent cell in woods are not conveyed by the terms "heterocellular," "homocellular," "heterogeneous" or "homogeneous." While convenient to use for initial assessments or for diagnostic purposes such as wood identification, we must realize that we are dealing with physiological and ecological wood anatomy.
She assured the farmers at procumbent centre that their rights and interest would be protected at all cost and no one would be allowed to make injustice while purchase wheat from them.
Artemisia lavandulaefolia DC (Asteraceae) is a perennial herb with procumbent rhizomes while the aerial components are strongl aromatic.
She said that India does not fulfill the conditions which are mandatory for NSG's membership which includes the separation of Military and Civilian fuel cycle (as of yet a pre-condition for the NSG waiver India received) Placement of all civilian nuclear facilities under IAEA safeguards, Indian fast breeder reactor program, Independent regulatory authority, Export control regulations, Illicit procumbent, Illicit trafficking and procumbent Diversion of civil nuclear assistance for weapon use.
Sardar Ayaz Sadiq also highlighted the issues of Defence procumbent of Germany, and the expected role of the major powers towards a criteria based expansion of NSG.
Some variables changed in a direction opposite to that expected during normal growth and maxillary incisors normally become slightly more procumbent with growth.
It belongs to the family Amaranthaceae It is an erect or procumbent, annual or perennial herb, 1-2m in height, often with a woody base, commonly found as a weed of waysides, on roadsides.
Muscat, Dec 16 (ONA) Oman Refineries and Petroleum Industries Company (Orpic) will sign tomorrow/ Thursday /at Inter-Continental Hotel the engineering , procumbent and construction (EPC) contracts for Liwa Plastic Industries Complex (LPIC) that will cost more than $5 billion.
Watson procumbent pigweed Amaranthus californicus (Moq.) S.
Extraction and pharmacological evaluation of some extracts of Tridaz procumbent and Capparis decidua.