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transport capacity


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transport capacity

transport-carrying capacities

A Model of Spatial Arbitrage with Transport Capacity Constraints and Endogenous Transport Prices

The capacity to transport potassium influences sodium tolerance in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Dry Matter Accumulation in Citrus Fruit is Not Limited by Transport Capacity of the Pedicel

Study of the heat transport capacity of a novel gravitational loop heat pipe

Trade-offs between water transport capacity and drought resistance in neotropical canopy liana and tree species

Effect of dietary creatine monohydrate supplementation on muscle lipid peroxidation and antioxidant capacity of transported broilers in summer

Coordination between water-transport efficiency and photosynthetic capacity in canopy tree species at different growth irradiances

Digalactosyl-Diacylglycerol Deficiency Impairs the Capacity for Photosynthetic Intersystem Electron Transport and State Transitions in Arabidopsis thaliana Due to Photosystem I Acceptor-Side Limitations

009LEVOSIMENDAN IMPAIRS ATP PRODUCTION BY LIMITATION OF ELECTRON TRANSPORT CHAIN FUNCTION FOLLOWED BY LOSS OF CA2+ RETENTION CAPACITY IN HEALTHY MYOCARDIAL MITOCHONDRIA AND DURING ISCHAEMIA REPERFUSION INJURY

A case-study of water transport in co-occurring ring- versus diffuse-porous trees: contrasts in water-status, conducting capacity, cavitation and vessel refilling

Effect of self-administered intraperitoneal bemiparin on peritoneal transport and ultrafiltration capacity in peritoneal dialysis patients with membrane dysfunction. A randomized, multi-centre open clinical trial

13C-photosynthate accumulation in Japanese pear fruit during the period of rapid fruit growth is limited by the sink strength of fruit rather than by the transport capacity of the pedicel

 

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The number of persons or the weight or volume of the load that can be carried by means of transport under given conditions.

Subjects: Warfare and Defence.


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