Resource

[biology] In Biology and Ecology, a resource is a substance or object in the environment required by an organism for normal growth, maintenance, and reproduction. Resources can be consumed by one organism and, as a result, become unavailable to another organism. For plants key resources are sunshine, nutrients, water, and place to grow. For
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Resource

[band] Resource was a German electronic dance production and remix group, consisting of producers Frank Knebel, Henning Reith, Reinhard Raith, and Wolfgang Boss. They released one single in 2003, `(I Just Died) In Your Arms`, in three different countries (Germany, United Kingdom and Australia) and two other 12` records were later released i
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Resource

HMS Resource was a British fleet repair ship of 12300 tons displacement launched in 1928. HMS Resource was powered by four Admiralty 3-drum type boilers providing a top speed of 15 knots and carried a complement of 450. She was armed with four 4-inch anti-aircraft guns and four smaller guns.
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Resource

[types and developments] Growth modes of thin films ...
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Resource

A commodity that is required by an organism and is potentially in short supply
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Resource

Factor of production. Commonly classified under labour, land, capital, raw materials.
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resource

[n] - available source of wealth 2. [n] - the ability to deal resourcefully with unusual problems 3. [n] - a source of aid or support that may be drawn upon when needed
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resource

Measured: a mineral resource intersected and tested by drill holes, underground openings or other sampling procedures at location which are spaced closely enough to confirm continuity and where geoscientific data are reliably known. A measured mineral resource estimate will be based on a substantial amount of reliable data, interpretation and evalu
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Resource

Information or expertise to which enquirers, researchers, etc. may refer
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Resource

That which may be consumed by an organism and, as a result, becomes unavailable to another, e.g. food, water, nesting sites, etc.
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Resource

ReĀ·source' noun [ French ressource , from Old French ressourdre , resourdre , to spring forth or up again; prefix re- re- + sourdre to spring forth. See Source .] 1. That to which one resorts orr on which one depends for supply or support; means of o
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resource

<chemistry> Total amount of a substance which exists in the earth and could conceivably be extracted someday at some price with some technology. Typically much larger than reserves. ... (10 Mar 1998) ...
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resource

resourcefulness noun the ability to deal resourcefully with unusual problems; `a man of resource`
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resource

noun a source of aid or support that may be drawn upon when needed; `the local library is a valuable resource`
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resource

noun available source of wealth; a new or reserve supply that can be drawn upon when needed
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Resource

• (n.) Pecuniary means; funds; money, or any property that can be converted into supplies; available means or capabilities of any kind. • (n.) That to which one resorts orr on which one depends for supply or support; means of overcoming a difficulty; resort; expedient.
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Resource

1. An input to be used in an activity, especially production. 2. A natural resource.
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Resource

A resource is a source or supply from which benefit is produced. Typically resources are materials, energy, services, staff, knowledge, or other assets that are transformed to produce benefit and in the process may be consumed or made unavailable. Benefits of resource utilization may include increased wealth, meeting needs or wants, proper functio
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Resource

Anything obtained from the environment to meet the needs of a species.
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Resource

a substance or object required by an organism for normal maintenance, growth, and reproduction (Ricklefs 1970:878).
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resource

any physically or conceptually identifiable entity whose use and state at any time can be unambiguously determined
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Resource

A person, thing, or action that is used to produce a desired affect or product, usually for meeting human needs or improving the quality of life.
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resource

(L: re-, red- again, anew; surgere to rise) 1) the means availabe to fulfil an end, to fulfil a function 2) stock or supply that can be drawn on.
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Resource

[Java] In the Java programming language a resource is a piece of data that can be accessed by the code of an application. An application can access its resources through uniform resource locators, like web resources, but the resources are usually contained within the JAR file(s) of the application. A resource bundle is a set of key and valu
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Resource

[Windows] In Microsoft Windows, resources are read-only data embedded in EXE, DLL, CPL or (beginning with Windows Vista) MUI files. The Windows API provides for easy access to all applications resources. ==Types== Each resource has a type and a name, both being either numeric identifiers or strings. Windows has a set of predefined resource
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