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  • n. The nitrogen-processing demand placed upon the filters of an aquarium by uneaten food, decomposing inhabitants, and other waste.


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bio- +‎ load


  • Your rocket will be prepared and in the next turn you can load it with either a warhead or a bioload.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • I've look at the dedicated sites for this mod, but can't find a block for displaying youtube bioload wrote: Hi marc,

  • Despite the heavy bioload, the advantage of the smooth fibreglass and large solids-handling pond pumps is that the water is very clear with no detritus.

    Practical Fishkeeping

  • While wastewater treatment plants already remove much of the phosphorus and other nutrients, the installation of a reactor would greatly reduce the bioload on the plant, allowing it to save a poopload (sorry) of power and operating costs.

    Gizmag Emerging Technology Magazine

  • Despite sterilization efforts made to reduce the bioload on spacecraft, recent studies have shown that diverse microbial communities remain at the time of launch.

    EurekAlert! - Breaking News

  • Due to the extremely small bioload that ghost shrimp contribute to in their habitat, water changes do not need to be frequent, about once every two weeks to keep the ammonia at bay.


  • During these phases, the bioload on identical objects made of microbiocidal copper will be measured to determine the effectiveness of copper at combating hospital-acquired infections.

    Health News from Medical News Today


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