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Dissolved Oxygen for Fish Production
Dissolved oxygen (DO) refers to oxygen gas that is dissolved in water. Fish "breathe" oxygen just as land animals do. However, fish are able to absorb oxygen directly from the water into their bloodstream using gills, whereas land animals use lungs to absorb oxygen from the atmosphere.
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Assessing Damage and Restoring Trees After a Hurricane
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Covering plants during times of cold weather
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Crepe Myrtle Pruning
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