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Fixed Asset

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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The objectives of this work were to develop a method for efficiently initiating microspore embryogenesis by a chemical inducer formulation, and for producing large quantities of microspore-derived green plants from a wide spectrum of genotypes under optimal culture conditions.
Begin by destroying a part of the web because of human presence; for example, some hikers camp in a pristine spot but do not take care and trample all the green plants in the area.
When exposed to light, green plants emit light in different wavelengths across the visible spectrum.
Recent advances in genetics have expanded the list to five: red algae, green plants, animals, fungi, and stamenopiles (which look like plants but don't do photosynthesis).
The new finding indicates that all green plants can be apparently traced back to a common, freshwater ancestor, the team said.
That's why green plants require adjustments in spacing.
The balcony edges are lined with green plants that will eventually form a cascade down the interface between library and cultural centre (and provide a degree of acoustic absorption that will surely be welcome when music is played in the glass drum).
Contract notice: Provision of green plants and cut flowers for local and official events of the hauts-de-france region.
1 : any of a large group of green plants with jointed stems, long slender leaves, and stalks of clustered flowers
Although gas-absorption rates varied greatly from one patch of watermelon snow to another, some snowfields with particularly high concentrations of the microbe consumed carbon dioxide about 10 percent as voraciously as green plants do.
The smell of the rich earth and the small sounds of green plants pushing their way toward the sun spread a sense of deep contentment through me.
To feel better, he advises opening windows to get fresh air, creating a microclimate with green plants, humidifiers and air cleaners at every desk, switching off electrical equipment when not in use, and drinking about two quarts of water a day.