Increased

  • (adj): Made greater in size or amount or degree.

Some articles on increased:

Ginseng - Overdose
... tremor, palpitations, blurred vision, headache, insomnia, increased body temperature, increased blood pressure, edema, decreased appetite, increased sexual desire, dizziness ... vomiting, irritability, restlessness, urinary and bowel incontinence, fever, increased blood pressure, increased respiration, decreased sensitivity and reaction to light, decreased heart ...
No-till Farming - Issues - Cost - Increased Chemical Use
... weeds may no longer be a problem in the face of increased competition, but shrubs and trees may begin to grow eventually ... for seedbed preparation and because of this, no-till is often associated with increased chemical use in comparison to traditional tillage based methods of crop production ... However, there are many agroecological alternatives to increased chemical use, such as winter cover crops and the mulch cover they provide, solarization or flaming ...
Jerdon's Courser - Threats
... With the rising population, there was increased livestock pressures and firewood extraction ... The scrub habitat preferred by the bird has declined due to increased agricultural activity ... The construction of the canal could also lead to increased agricultural activity and habitat changes ...
Illinois State Toll Highway Authority - Toll Rates
... The first major adjustment generally increased toll rates in 1963, the second generally decreased toll rates in 1970 ... In 1983, the tolls increased to 40 cents at the main plazas and 15 cents at most ramps ... On January 1, 2012, tolls increased by 87 percent, to 75 cents at the main plazas for transponder-equipped cars, and $1.50 for those paying cash ...
Dextroamphetamine - Effects - Psychological
... Psychological effects can include euphoria, anxiety, increased libido, alertness, concentration, increased energy, increased self-esteem, self-confidence, sociability, irritability ...

Famous quotes containing the word increased:

    The work of the miner has its unavoidable incidents of discomfort and danger, and these should not be increased by the neglect of the owners to provide every practicable safety appliance. Economies which involve a sacrifice of human life are intolerable.
    Benjamin Harrison (1833–1901)

    Every increased possession loads us with a new weariness.
    John Ruskin (1819–1900)

    The work of the miner has its unavoidable incidents of discomfort and danger, and these should not be increased by the neglect of the owners to provide every practicable safety appliance. Economies which involve a sacrifice of human life are intolerable.
    Benjamin Harrison (1833–1901)