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Related to respirations: Biot's Respirations, Agonal Respirations
AcronymDefinition
RRight
RRiver
RReverse (automatic transmissions)
RRepublican
RRegistered Trademark (usually written ®)
RRestricted Audiences - under 17 years of age not permitted without parent/guardian (movie rating)
RAre
RReal (Brazilian currency)
RRed
RRate
RRequired
RRun (baseball/softball)
RRequest
RReceive
RRadio
RRange
RRing
RRare
RReceived (logging abbreviation)
RRacing (car version)
RRisk Assessment
RRadio Operator
RThursday (using one letter for each day of week)
RRussian (rabbit breed)
RRural
RRelevant (polygraphy)
RRear
RResistance
RRouter
RSet of Real Numbers (math)
RRomeo (aviation letter code)
RRestricted
RRadical (chemistry)
RRunner (Mic-O-Say, Heart of America Council, Boy Scouts of America)
RRoutine
RReliability
RRex (Latin: King)
RRegina (Latin: Queen)
RRain (weather reports)
RReset
RReject
RSouth African Rand (national currency)
RRoutine (logging abbreviation)
RRabbi
RRadius
RReuters
RRookie (sports)
RReprint
RManitoba (postal code designation, Canada)
RRespectfully (closing salutation)
RRua (Portuguese: street; postal usage)
RReinforcing
RRadial (ply tire)
RReferee
Rsearch radius (US DoD)
RResistor
RRebound (basketball)
RRook (Chess)
RArginine (amino acid)
RRoughness
RRecibo (Portugese)
RRadar Contact (aviation)
RHydrocarbon (functional group)
RRimmed
RReception Year (UK schools)
RRupees
RRepeatability
RReflectance
RRoentgen (unit of radiation exposure)
RRankine (Degree)
RRifampicin
RRespirations
RRadiancy
RResearch Octane
RRamp Time (wireless communication)
RRead/er
RResuspension Factor
RRadial Antenna
RConfidential - Restricted Data (TMINS)
RUS Revenue Stamp (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
RCorrected search radius ('R nought'; R rounded up)
RRoute Tuned NAVAID (aviation)
RRéaumier (temperature scale named after the French scientist Rene Antoine Ferchault de Reaumur)
RUS DoT tire speed rating (106 mph)
RThird Heartbeat Wave
References in periodicals archive ?
Relationships between soil respiration and variables
Relationships between soil or forest floor microbial respiration and variables
Soil respiration is mainly influenced by the combined effects of soil temperature and moisture (Olajuyigbe et al.
2] released from decomposition of the forest floor can contribute to soil respiration for a short time (Olajuyigbe et al.
Thinning effects on soil and forest floor microbial respiration
The results relating to temporal changes in RSM can be interpreted as an increase in soil microbial activity and respiration 1 year after thinning, possibly because of the enhanced environment with new products decomposed and mineralised in the soil.
Similar to our results, Zimmermann and Frey (2002) reported that respiration rate increased with the elevated pH, and they emphasised that the reason was possibly associated with the increased mineralisation of total C and N after treatment.