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Ineffective albumin depletion
was defined as depletion
efficiency of <90%, and calculated as follows:
Nielson (1998) presented a comparison of soil water depletion
among canola, crambe, and sunflower.
First quarter 2010 depletions
growth benefited from the weak performance in the first quarter of 2009, which was down 6% compared to the first quarter of '08.
He found that when both equatorial stratospheric and sea surface temperatures increased from one summer to the next, ozone depletions
in October and November were worse than the year before.
California Table Wines drove Allied Domecq Wines' growth in America, topping 1 million cases in depletions
for the second year running and finishing ahead of last year's record showing.
In the fourth quarter of 2005, the company said that Samuel Adams brand family depletions
grew with increases in seasonals and the Brewmaster's Collection, offsetting weakness in Boston Lager and Light.
The drastic depletions
in the ozone layer allow high levels of ultraviolet radiation to reach Antarctic surface waters (SN: 4/15/89, p.
of Samuel Adams Boston Lager and Samuel Adams Seasonals grew by 2.
Inside, the depletions
reached 70 to 80 percent at that time, sinking even lower in the next two weeks.
The research community is debating two theories to explain the ozone depletions
As scientists around the world struggleto determine the mechanism that creates the ozone hole in the stratosphere above Antarctica each year, one group says it has found important evidence that chlorine --a by-product of human use of chlorofluorocarbons--is partially responsible for these seasonal depletions
of Antarctic ozone.