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accumulation rate


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accumulation rate

accumulation rate

Mass accumulation rates in Asia during the Cenozoic

Sediment accumulation and bioturbation rates in the deep Northeast Atlantic determined by radiometric techniques

Fluid accumulation within the uterine cavity reduces pregnancy rates in women undergoing IVF

The Social Security Trust Fund, the Riskless Interest Rate, and Capital Accumulation

Constancy of geologic slip rate along the central Garlock fault: implications for strain accumulation and release in southern California

T1 Relaxation Rate (R1) Indicates Nonlinear Mn Accumulation in Brain Tissue of Welders With Low-Level Exposure

Effect of elevated [CO2] and varying nutrient application rates on physiology and biomass accumulation of Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis)

An integral method to estimate the moment accumulation rate on the Creeping Section of the San Andreas Fault

Cd accumulation in roots and shoots of durum wheat: the roles of transpiration rate and apoplastic bypass

Transport and accumulation rates of abscisic acid and aldehyde oxidase activity in Pisum sativum L. in response to suboptimal growth conditions

Tobacco plants that lack expression of functional nitrate reductase in roots show changes in growth rates and metabolite accumulation

Dynamic analysis of ABA accumulation in relation to the rate of ABA catabolism in maize tissues under water deficit

Disentangling the Effects of Root Foraging and Inherent Growth Rate on Plant Biomass Accumulation in Heterogeneous Environments: A Modelling Study

Effect of Pulp Cell Number and Assimilate Availability on Dry Matter Accumulation Rate in a Banana Fruit [ Musa sp. AAA group ‘Grande Naine’ (Cavendish subgroup)]

DNA melting by RNA polymerase at the T7A1 promoter precedes the rate-limiting step at 37°C and results in the accumulation of an off-pathway intermediate

Sexual Selection and Maintenance of Sex: Evidence from Comparisons of Rates of Genomic Accumulation of Mutations and Divergence of Sex-Related Genes in Sexual and Hermaphroditic Species of Caenorhabditis

Rate of Accumulation of Thymidine Analogue Mutations in Patients Continuing to Receive Virologically Failing Regimens Containing Zidovudine or Stavudine: Implications for Antiretroviral Therapy Programs in Resource-Limited Settings

 

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The speed at which something (such as a layer of sediment on the floor of a lake or ocean, or layers of ice on the surface of a glacier) accumulates or builds up. Usually expressed as depth per unit time (for example millimetres per year, mm year−1).

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