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Currently wheat tissue culturing and genetic transformation is confined to a very small number of selective but non-adaptive regenerable genotypes that are not suited to grow in our environment.
The process is based on two underlying technologies: regenerable immobilized amino-saline sorbents for capturing carbon dioxide and a steam regeneration technique for deploying these sorbents.
The manufacturer also owns green certificates (a system that promotes the production of energy from regenerable sources), that are added to the incomes earned by selling the electric energy.
El endotelio corneal del ser humano, de los primates y de los carnivoros es limitadamente regenerable, en el caso de perros jovenes forma una capa seis semanas despues del 90% de destruccion.
Recientemente, en diciembre de 2007, fue patentado [11] un lecho regenerable de alumina activado para eliminar siloxano.
In the future the greatest attention should be paid to the resins from regenerable raw materials such as lignin and tannin, which have not given products of satisfactory quality up to now [2].
CrystaSulf Downhole Sulfur Removal (CrystaSulf DSR): A regenerable process for the continuous removal and recovery of sulfur depositions in sour gas well bores.
21) Distant, perhaps, but not disinterested; God, Hooker maintains, does not renounce his privilege to interact, whether by humbling law or by free grace--or by both at once--with his regenerable creatures.
Reduction of commercial gap and of the current account on the basis of modernization of industry and agriculture, as well as of the development of energy production on the basis of regenerable resources.
2]-based reoxidation of ferrous into ferric iron would perpetuate the pollutant conversion while requiring little amounts of cheap, easily regenerable, and recyclable oxidant.