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friable

Crumbly, brittle. When asbestos is friable, it is hazardous.
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El objetivo del presente trabajo consiste en evaluar los protocolos existentes para produccion de embriones somaticos y callo embriogenico friable en dos variedades de yuca resistentes a bacteriosis vascular con miras a la validacion funcional de genes implicados en la resistencia por medio de silenciamiento.
I will contend that the method of making this type of ACM friable does not occur.
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Has increased, in this aim and to establishment of a rapid in vitro propagation and produce a friable culluse in order to fund for a suspension culture we conducted an experiment as fallow by focusing on plant regulators and their density in an in vitro culture, its 13th century English name was Lycorys, a corruption of glycyrrhiza.
Available in a one square metre tote bag, Rolawn Beds and Borders Topsoil is a fertile, organic rich, light and friable topsoil, analysed to BS3882:2007, that contains a controlled release fertiliser and a water retentive polymer.
The ability to handle highly abrasive, friable of very fine powders that wear out other dilute phase feeders.
the key to everything-- your profits, your sanity, your marriage--is rich, friable soil.
The sample drying methodology produces friable "fluffy" solids that are fully dried and readily weighable from more than 90% of previously intractable samples.
The writ says that she worked at various rooms, in particular the reeling and pulp rooms, close to pipes lagged with asbestos which had become degraded and friable.
At necropsy, muscles affected in all cases were those from the legs, and these were diffusely pale and dull, with a soft friable texture.