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- During dehydration of the inner leaves, an accumulation of proline, sucrose, and protein was recorded.
- The glasshouse experiment aimed to rank the cultivars according to their dehydration tolerance.
- Plants were well watered prior to the dehydration experiments.
- The fan he had initially invented for drying tea proved adaptable for other purposes such as meat and vegetable dehydration plants.
- In those studies, the fast-drying condition was referred to as the dehydration of seed tissues under a laminar flow cabinet or with silica gel.
- An additional factor involved in desiccation tolerance is the dynamic behaviour of cell structures during dehydration.
- Recalcitrant seeds lose their viability at relatively high water content during dehydration.
- Formation of ridges upon dehydration was found to be accompanied by a pronounced decrease in spore size.
- Both of these ion changes result in water reabsorption from the airways and dehydration of mucus membranes.
- Drinking to quench thirst is usually a good guide to preventing dehydration.
- Some pets can develop dehydration or even develop pneumonia.
- Offer your child plenty of fluids to avoid dehydration - a fever will cause a child to lose fluids more rapidly.
- It is important that you take enough water - about 4 to 6 litres daily - to keep dehydration at bay.
- Avoid coffee and alcohol because they tend to increase dehydration.
- Try to avoid alcohol and caffeine-containing beverages on the airplane, as they will accelerate dehydration.
- Even mild dehydration can interfere with your digestion, which could allow polyamines to build up in your system.
- Your urine concentration may rise with increased temperature or dehydration.
- Such headaches, for me, are provoked by stress, sleep deprivation, and dehydration.
- Finally, after 48 hours, she was rescued and treated for dehydration, hypothermia and broken bones.