Definition of Lysimeter

1. n. An instrument for measuring the water that percolates through a certain depth of soil.



Definition of Lysimeter

1. Noun. an instrument that measures the percolation of water through soil ¹

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Definition of Lysimeter

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lysimeter

lyse
lysed
lysergamide
lysergamides
lysergic
lysergic acid
lysergic acid amide
lysergic acid diethylamide
lysergic acid monoethylamide
lysergide
lysergol
lysergyl peptide synthetase
lyses
lysigenous
lysigeny
lysimeter (current term)
lysimeters
lysimetric
lysin
lysinaemia
lysine
lysine-C peptidase
lysine-p-nitroanilide hydrolase
lysine-tRNA ligase
lysine N-epsilon hydroxylase
lysine carboxypeptidase
lysine decarboxylase
lysine epsilon-dehydrogenase
lysine intolerance
lysine monooxygenase

Literary usage of Lysimeter

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1. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (1882)
"Font YEARS' OBSERVATIONS WITH A lysimeter, AT SOUTH FRAM- INGHAM, MASS. ... THE lysimeter used was a chestnut frame, strongly put together so as to enclose ..."

2. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1894)
"AN APPARATUS ("lysimeter") FOR DETERMINING SOLUBILITIES. BY CHARLES RICE. Received July u. 1894. IN determining the solubility of a substance in some liquid ..."

3. Summarized Proceedings ... and a Directory of Members by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1882)
"FOUR TEARS' OBSERVATIONS WITH A lysimeter, AT SOUTH FRAM- INGHAM, MASS. ... THE lysimeter used was a chestnut frame, strongly put together so as to enclose ..."

4. Soils: Their Properties and Management by Thomas Lyttleton Lyon, Elmer Otterbein Fippin, Harry Oliver Buckman (1915)
"The lysimeter method, however, has been the usual mode of attacking these ... Cross section of a lysimeter at the Rothamsted Experiment Station, England. ..."

5. Soils, Their Properties and Management by Thomas Lyttleton Lyon, Elmer Otterbein Fippin, Harry Oliver Buckman (1915)
"The lysimeter method of studying gravitational water. — The lysimeter method, however, has been the usual mode of attacking these problems. ..."

6. The Natural Laws of Husbandry by Justus Liebig (1863)
"... lysimeter, river, and bog water, their constituents—Fontinalis antipyretica from two ... lysimeter ..."

7. Handbook of Pharmacy, Embracing the Theory and Practice of Pharmacy and the by Virgil Coblentz (1894)
"When the tube has acquired the temperature of the boiling liquid the stopper, c, is removed, The lysimeter." whereupon the liquid will begin to filter ..."

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