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After determining the sedimentation rating relationships for various seasons by the means of mean discharge data in previous stages, sedimentation value has been calculated for different years and different seasons.
There are only a handful of vendors of sedimentation particle-sizing instruments, with Micromeritics and Brookhaven being the most significant.
A delay in testing may slow sedimentation, significantly decreasing ESR.
A blood count and erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) were within the normal range.
Some of the conclusions that we have drawn from these records are 1) varve thickness is most highly correlated with the intensity of the annual flood during the period of streamflow monitoring; 2) varve thickness correlates with inter-annual changes in air temperature prior to the period of rapid glacier recession in the early twentieth century; and 3) temporal patterns of sedimentation are consistent with published records of glacial activity in the Canadian Cordillera and with our moraine chronologies based on tree rings and lichens.
Maxafine accelerates the sedimentation of yeast and protein," the company says, "and it also improves beer filtration efficiency and reduces beer losses in maturation.
Screening also detected tachycardia in 21 (42%) of the 50 patients, hypo- or hypercortisolemia in 19 (38%), hypopregnenolonemia in 18 (36%), and elevated erythrocyte sedimentation rate in 10 (20%).
The guide covers techniques commonly used in the ceramics manufacturing industry such as microscopy, sieving, gravitational sedimentation and laser light diffraction.
Dead trees in the Bayou State are placed in fenced areas along the coastline to protect marshes through prevention of saltwater intrusion, enhanced sedimentation and preservation of aquatic habitats.
A) for the assessment of the erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR).
Pollen is predicted to be dispersed farther under unstable conditions than neutral conditions, regardless of sedimentation velocity [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED].