The implant may then be filled with saline (salt water) or with a silicone gel.
Sediments from this locality yield a mixed freshwater and saline fauna.
In coastal areas, a decline in the water-table can also induce flow of saline groundwater from the formation beneath the ocean or sea toward wells on land.
Salinity also is a problem in areas with saline groundwater, such as is found in Egypt and Israel.
Sodium pentobarbital, and either Trolox or saline were infused intravenously during the treatment.
Immediately after thoracotomy, the pleural cavity was carefully washed with 100 mL of physical saline solution, and the fluid was examined.
Engineered plants can help improve harvests in limited and marginal lands, for example in saline soils or in drought-prone areas
Acute lung injury induced by saline solution lavage, in contrast to that induced by oleic acid, is known to be stable for a 2-to 4-h period after stabilization.
The movement of saline water into freshwater aquifers, or saltwater intrusion, is usually caused by ground water pumping from coastal wells.
Osborne developed a classification of plant proteins based on their solubility in a series of solvents, for example, albumins in water, globulins in dilute saline .