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1. 'cultura' (o estado do processo de produçao é...

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16:40 Aug 11, 2000
Portuguese to English translations [PRO]
Portuguese term or phrase: 1. 'cultura' (o estado do processo de produçao é...
representado por variàveis relativas á cultura) 2 'radiaçao luminosa' 3 'matéria seca ( a acumulaçao da matéria seca por parte das plantas é descrita en termos de processos como a fotossíntese, etc) CONTEXT: hothouse
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English translation:see below
Explanation:
cultura = culture ( it a typical word used in controlled cultures such as hothouses etc, not cultivation )

radiacao luminosa = light radiation ( light radiation is the word to be used in hot houses)

masssa seca = dry weight
see the text :
When measurements were expressed on a leaf dry mass basis, there was no difference in dark respiration rates between understory branches and open-grown branches, but net photosynthetic rates of understory branches were equal to or higher than those of open-grown branches at all

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Telesforo Fernandez
Local time: 15:39
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Thanks for the orientaive info.
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Explanation:
1) "cultivation" ("the status [or "state"] of the production process is … represented by variables relating to cultivation")

2) "luminous radiation," or simply "light"

3) "dry matter" ("the accumulation of dry matter by the plants is described in terms of processes such as photosynthesis, etc.")

Hope this helps!


Heathcliff
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Local time: 03:09
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11 hrs
see below


Explanation:
cultura = culture ( it a typical word used in controlled cultures such as hothouses etc, not cultivation )

radiacao luminosa = light radiation ( light radiation is the word to be used in hot houses)

masssa seca = dry weight
see the text :
When measurements were expressed on a leaf dry mass basis, there was no difference in dark respiration rates between understory branches and open-grown branches, but net photosynthetic rates of understory branches were equal to or higher than those of open-grown branches at all



Telesforo Fernandez
Local time: 15:39
PRO pts in pair: 128
Grading comment
Thanks for the orientaive info.
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11 hrs
see below ( a corrcetion in my answer)


Explanation:
cultura = culture ( it a typical word used in controlled cultures such as hothouses etc, not cultivation )

radiacao luminosa = light radiation ( light radiation is the word to be used in hot houses)

masssa seca = dry mass ( not dry weight)
see the text :
When measurements were expressed on a leaf dry mass basis, there was no difference in dark respiration rates between understory branches and open-grown branches, but net photosynthetic rates of understory branches were equal to or higher than those of open-grown branches at all

Telesforo Fernandez
Local time: 15:39
PRO pts in pair: 128
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