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uptake

[′əp‚tāk]
(engineering)
A large pipe for exhaust gases from a boiler furnace that runs upward to a chimney or smokestack.
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The majority of phosphorus uptake occurred early in the growing season (close to the time of flowering) in Pinot Noir, (11) while the uptake for potassium, calcium and magnesium has mostly been reported between bloom and veraison.
Key words: Aspergillus nidulans,growth inhibition, nitrate uptake, pesticides.
Two trials were conducted in 2015 to directly compare the uptake efficiency of irrigation water NO[sub.
Data regarding plant P uptake as affected by Zinc, Phosphorus application rate and their interaction are reported in Table 2.
Minister Storey said: This is the second year of my Departments Benefit Uptake Programme which is tailored to ensure that people in Northern Ireland receive all the benefits they are entitled to.
Briefly, single individuals are represented as a single well-mixed lipid compartment that receives PBDEs via uptake and loses PBDEs via elimination (excretion and/or metabolism).
Uptake of two doses of the new rotavirus vaccine in children reaching their first birthday was almost 84%.
Vacuuming is also useful for improving uptake because it discharges the free water and air from within the wood (Yu 1999, Li et al.
To investigate the cellular uptake of [beta]-lg nanoparticles, FITC, a fluorescent marker, was used (Hu et al.
In reviewing patients' imaging data, Li and colleagues located 361 sites of fluoride uptake in major artery walls in 59 (97%) patients and 317 calcification sites in 49 (88%) patients.
This compares to an overall uptake last year of 50.