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vigour

(US), vigor
1. the capacity for survival or strong healthy growth in a plant or animal
2. Chiefly US legal force or effectiveness; validity (esp in the phrase in vigour)
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New vigour welcome on no-deal Brexit I NOTE clearly from your letters page in the Birmingham Mail, it would seem that a majority of your readers are not in favour of what the majority voted for.
Summary of multiple regressions predicting the field emergence with vigour tests for 34 lots of safflower.
VIGOUR will effectively support care authorities in progressing the transformation of their health and care systems to provide sustainable models for integrated care which will facilitate identification of good practice and scaling-up.
Vigour Rhubarb crowns will lose vigour if forced annually, so you might prefer to let them grow at their natural pace.
Among them Fusarium, Alternaria, Phytophthora, Alternaria, Rhizoctonia and Cercospora are the most common fungal pathogen associated with stored seed and are mainly responsible for seed deterioration, reduction in germination potential and seedling vigour (4) The fungi associated with seeds at the stage of harvest, transport, processing and under storage bring about several undesirable changes, making them unfit for human consumption and sowing (16) The seeds are passive carriers of pathogens that are transmitted when seeds germinated under suitable environmental conditions.
Potential versus actual seed performance - can vigour testing provide an answer?
[2] Matthews, S., Controlled deterioration: a new vigour test for crop seeds".
New York, NY, November 19, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Newly debuted fashion brand, Bel Vigour, (http://www.belvigour.com/), recently announced an upcoming launch event for the grand opening of their new boutique at 2 E.
This is a challenging task due to inevitable deterioration of seeds in storage, which leads to low vigour, reduced number of viable seeds and genetic drift [5].
The results showed that the effect of seed size was highly significant on seedling length in P [less than or equal to] 0.002 (Table 1, Fig 4), and seedling vigour in P [less than or equal to] 0.000 (Table 1, Fig 3).
One is water and a diet to maintain full health and vigour.