polluted


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Financial, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
Another complainant, Naeem Qurashi from Umer Road said that due muddy and polluted water they had to purchase mineral water, which is very costly and unaffordable.
Plant collection: To examine anatomical changes in Hibiscus rosa-sinensis and its cultivars growing in industrially polluted environment, different industrial sites in Faisalabad region were explored for the record and distribution patterns of cultivars (Fig.
Influence of microbial cultures on biological quality of polluted soil and spinach yield at 30 DAS and 60 DAS on the microbial population in soil was estimated viz.
I also hope that Health Minister Wael Abu Faour will form a committee to examine the Litani River and confirm how polluted it is.
The entire city cannot be tagged as polluted because it is only a small portion of Baguio that can be said to be polluted.
Paris is among the other highly polluted cities in the world.
During the study, mice were exposed to either filtered air or polluted air for six hours a day, five days a week for 10 months, which amounts for nearly half their lifespan.
The problem is all the more serious as the most polluted zones are concentrated in the Gaza City area, where the demographic density is highest," Shiblaq says.
In general, a polluted river contains less oxygen than a healthy one.
And after 16 years of lambasting government agencies for neglecting polluted beach waters, the NRDC has put some teeth into its complaints, filing a lawsuit Thursday that is aimed at cleaning up the toxic bacteria and sewage that foul the coastline.
While both dietary groups developed plaque when exposed to polluted air, the high-fat diet led to more consistent and statistically significant increase alterations of plaque development.
Citizens of the towns of Walkerton, ON and North Battleford, SK experienced death and sicknesses from polluted drinking water.