Viability Sentence Examples
That said, my "end hunger" case doesn't hang on the viability of GM crops.
The male sperm is very sensitive and can lose viability due to external factors such as getting over heated.
Seed buried in a peat soil for 20 years retained 8% viability.
As an integrated subsystem to any OTEC facility cold sea water air conditioning significantly increases the economic viability of development.
Animals vary very greatly in viability (see Longevity), and practical experience has shown that certain species bear captivity well, whilst others for reasons that appear to be psychological as well as physical quickly succumb.
Occlusive disease and the resulting ischemia threaten the viability of the lower limb, particularly in diabetics.
In fact ' outreach surgical camps ' in these areas undermine the viability of these sustainable services.
This means taking into account important aspects such as the long term viability of traditional fuels compared with any damage that is being done to the environment.
Chemical fertilizers provide basic plant nutrition, but do nothing to nourish and protect the viability of the soil.
Consider the viability of staying on the job a few more years.Advertisement
Use the pre-match tag screens (exhibition is best) to determine the viability of the coupling.
The review cites the company's use of live, freeze-dried bacteria, which improves viability and efficacy of the supplement, as the reason they choose Florastor as the best probiotic on the market.
To establish the viability of 18 as a ligand we reacted it with a range of transition metal carbonyl compounds with mixed results.
Abstract We demonstrate the viability of improved staggered light quarks in studies of heavy-light systems.
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After 5 years burial in soil, hairy tare seeds still retained 50% viability.
The tissue viability nurse believed that leaving Mrs A sitting in a chair for long periods had caused the pressure sore.
Your team needs to keep things in perspective and realize that perfection isn't the goal here but achieving a modest level of viability is.
Further research is needed to prove the viability of this model and to find ways to increase reliability and feasibility.
As stocks ride the economic tide, so too will the viability of the business for which you work.Advertisement
They will also do a sperm analysis to check its quality and viability.
This is essential information to have when working out the costs and assessing the viability of a business.
Kochs would seem to show that a complete arrest of vital activity is compatible with viability.
The successful tests confirm the commercial viability of EV-DO Revision A for powering next-generation broadband wireless services.
The course is suitable for medical and non-medical practitioners from a range os specialities including dermatology, primary care, tissue viability and A&E.Advertisement
The locomotive was extensively tested and did prove the viability of an entirely mechanical drive for a locomotive of this power.
A proof-of-concept prototype to demonstrate the viability of the scheme is described.
The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh also has facilities to germinate seed to test for viability.
How long might anthrax spores left in the ground retain their viability?
A slight change in the structure or activity of a gland, by altering the internal secretion, may produce widespread alterations even in an adult organism; and we have good reason to suppose that, if compatible with viability, such minute changes would have even a greater ultimate effect if they occurred in an embryo.
Viability, by which are meant fecundity, longevity and vigour, was low in average.