soil fertility refers to the ability of soil to sustain agricultural plant growth, i.e. to provide plant habitat and result in sustained and consistent yields of high quality. a fertile soil has the following properties: the ability to supply essential plant nutrients and water in adequate amounts and proportions for plant growth and reproduction; and; the absence of toxic substances which may .
the ability to direct in vitro screening techniques allows the identification of highly specific, high affinity affimer binders, negating requirements for affinity maturation of these reagents. in vitro screening and development also mean that the target space for affimer binders is not limited by an animal host's immune system.
sand dune stabilization. sand dunes are common features of shoreline and desert environments. dunes provide habitat for highly specialized plants and animals, including rare and endangered species. they can protect beaches from erosion and recruit sand to eroded beaches. dunes are threatened by human activity, both intentional and unintentional.
ammophila plant ammophila synonymous with psamma p. beauv. is a genus of flowering plants consisting of two or three very similar species of grasses. the common names for these grasses include marram grass, bent grass, and beachgrass. these grasses are found almost exclusively on the first line of coastal sand dunes.
pancratium maritimum, or sea daffodil, is a species of bulbous plant native to the canary islands and both sides of the mediterranean region and black sea from portugal, morocco and the balearic islands east to turkey, syria, israel and the caucasus. in the parts of its range on the south bulgarian and north turkish and georgian coasts of black sea, it is threatened with extinction.
artificial flowers made from plastic. artificial flowers are imitations of natural flowering plants used for commercial or residential decoration. they are sometimes made for scientific purposes the collection of glass flowers at harvard university, for example, illustrates the flora of the united states .
by keeping the sand on the beach and only lifting the debris, raking machines can travel at high speeds. sifting technology is practiced on dry sand and soft surfaces. the sand and waste are collected via the pick-up blade of the vehicle onto a vibrating screening belt, which leaves the sand behind.
desert greening is the process of man-made reclamation of deserts for ecological reasons biodiversity , farming and forestry, but also for reclamation of natural water systems and other ecological systems that support life.the term 'desert greening' is intended to apply to both cold and hot arid and semi-arid deserts see köppen climate classification system .
the industry is now a highly specialized one with several different manufacturing processes. hundreds of artificial flower factories in the pearl river delta area of guangdong province in china have been built since the early 1980s. thousands of 40-foot containers of polyester flowers and plants are exported to many countries every year.
a constructed wetland is an artificial wetland to treat municipal or industrial wastewater, greywater or stormwater runoff. it may also be designed for land reclamation after mining, or as a mitigation step for natural areas lost to land development. constructed wetlands are engineered systems that use natural functions vegetation, soil, and organisms to treat wastewater. depending on the type of wastewater the design of the constructed wetland has to be adjusted accordingly. constructed wetland
kaempferia galanga, commonly known as kencur, aromatic ginger, sand ginger, cutcherry, or resurrection lily, is a monocotyledonous plant in the ginger family, and one of four plants called galangal.it is found primarily in open areas in indonesia, southern china, taiwan, cambodia, and india, but is also widely cultivated throughout southeast asia