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Ingress

An entrance or, in the context of real estate, the right to enter a property.

ingress

A way of entry.

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Again, I can show that the carcasses of birds, when floating on the sea, sometimes escape being immediately devoured; and seeds of many kinds in the crops of floating birds long retain their vitality: peas and vetches, for instance, are killed by even a few days' immersion in sea-water; but some taken out of the crop of a pigeon, which had floated on artificial salt-water for 30 days, to my surprise nearly all germinated.
The investigation was carried out at 70 [degrees] C, and the time of immersion was varied from 50 to 250 hours.