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An asset with a long-term useful life that a company uses to make its products or provide its services. Strictly speaking, a fixed asset is any asset that the company does not expect to sell for at least a year, but the term often refers to assets a company expects to have indefinitely. Common examples of fixed assets are real estate and factories, which a company holds for long periods of time.


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44 [micro]M BAP resulted in a considerable number of plantlets with compact callus formation at the explants base.
The generated power supplies electricity to the pumps that provide irrigation and mists the coffee plantlets.
Studies that seek to improve the environmental conditions for the in vitro culture of native species help in understanding the optimal environmental factors to obtain plantlets with better performance during the acclimatization process.
The rooting response of plantlets and relative indicators were recorded and analyzed (Table 3).
Sterility also needs to be maintained when the plantlets are subjected to primary hardening.
The first report of cotton somatic embryogenesis demonstrated the regeneration of cotton plantlets from somatic embryos of Coker variety 310 using 2 years old callus [8].
Length of normal plantlets: Ten plantlets with all the structures present and normal were randomly separated, in each sub-replicate, and measured, one by one, from the apical bud until the tip of the longest root, using a ruler graduated in mL (Nakagawa, 1999).
The number of leaves (green and senescent) and shoot multiplication of plantlets was also examined and counted.
L) stimulated the production of the highest number of plantlets compared to any other hormone or hormonal combination.
Significant differences were found only in materials from plantlets maintained in culture media supplemented with NAA, with high proline contents in tissues kept in the presence of 30 g [L.
intermedia and in some cases death of individual plantlets caused by Helionothrips errans (Williams) (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) (Figs.
Plants with a fibrous root system like hardy geranium and Astilbe will break apart into plantlets quite easily.