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  • Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Identification of a GCC transcription factor responding to fruit colour change events in citrus through the transcriptomic analyses of two mutants

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  • Price changes and the surpluses or shortages of specific products are often first noted in wholesale channels. The wholesaler to a certain extent determines the market price. If more pork is offered through trade channels than consumers will take at a given price the wholesaler promptly reduces his price bid to packing houses; prices paid for live hogs on the one hand, and for wholesale cuts of pork on the other, will decline. Reduced prices to consumers are thus made possible, and a larger supply of pork will be absorbed. An opposite action will occur,...

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  • The total phenolic content and the colour index of clarified syrup were analyzed during 5 months of crushing season. There was positive correlation between total phenolic content and colour index of sugarcane syrup. The effect of storage time and pH on the colour index of clarified syrup was also was determined. The result showed that the colour development was significant during storage, especially, when the acidity of clarified syrup is high (low pH).

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  • As a human-generated and worldwide process, global climate change is a qual- itatively distinct and very significant addition to the spectrum of environmental health hazards encountered by humankind. Historically, environmental health concerns have focused on toxicological or microbiological risks to health from local exposures. However, the scale of environmental health problems is increas- ing and various larger-scale environmental hazards to human population health have begun to appear.

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  • Institutional changes unrelated to PPHE. The medical center encountered a number of unexpected changes in personnel, including changes in faculty members participating in the project. These changes required reassignment of some responsibilities. Scheduling. After adjusting to organizational and curricular changes, the team’s primary challenge was scheduling. To offset this challenge, the team presented lectures in multiple locations at different times and posted them on the residents’ secured web site.

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  • Providers who agreed to participate and scheduled an interview were sent a consent form for the study and a baseline questionnaire (on services provided, type of clinical staff employed, and number of WHP clients served) by email or fax to be returned to the interviewers. The phone interviews lasted approximately 20-30 minutes each, were conducted by 2 researchers in order for one to take notes, and were based upon interview guides developed for PPFA providers and non-PPFA providers.

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  • Colours! The most beautiful of buds – an apple bud in my garden changes colour from red to rosy after a few days. Why? It then explodes into a beautiful pale rosy flower. After a few months what was once a flower looks completely different: it has become a big, round and red apple. Look at the apple skin. It is pale green, but moving along its surface the colour changes quite abruptly to an extraordinary vibrant red. The apple looks quite different when lit by full sunlight, or when placed in the shade....

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  • Similarly to retroviral vectors, the design of lentiviral vector packaging systems has evolved to minimize the risk of RCPs generation towards maximum safety. Currently, three generations of lentiviral vectors are considered. The first-generation (Naldini et al. 1996) closely resembles the three plasmid packaging system of simple retroviruses, except for the fact that the gag-pol expression is driven by a heterologous promoter instead of the viral LTR; additionally, the gp120 HIV-1’s envelope was replaced by VSV-G’s.

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  • Even as new species are evolving, however, others may become extinct. The rate at which species become extinct may be low in one lineage and high in another. It’s also possible for the rate of extinction to rise, only to drop again later. All of these processes can also unfold at the same time, and so the range of possible long-term patterns in evolution can be enormous. A lineage with a low rate of speciation may end up enormously diverse because its rate of extinction is even lower.

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  • If this was a version of independence that was nakedly commercial in intent, the independent scene of the later 1950s and 1960s also saw a flowering of more ‘artistic’ and in some cases ‘avant- garde’ independent filmmaking. The birth of something akin to an ‘American New Wave’, to match those of contemporary European cinema, was announced in the early 1960s.

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  • But another crucial aspect of the New Hollywood, and one that may help maintain the formal-aesthetic integrity of its movies, is the parallel development of independent films and filmmaking. Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, the studios’ blockbuster mentality has been offset by an unprecedented “indie boom.” Consequently, the film industry has been increasingly split between big-budget, franchise-spawning, global-marketed blockbusters and low-budget “specialty films” designed for carefully targeted niche markets.

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  • In the past it has been postulated that the metabolism of hump fat could supply water to the fluid compartments when the camel is water deprived. While water is a by-product of carbohydrate and fat metabolism, it is now known that the act of gaining the oxygen required would cause the loss of more water than would be gained. Also, cellular metabolism creates heat and the camel’s survival strategy, especially during periods of water deprivation, is to reduce metabolic rate and hence heat production and water loss.

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  • Complications occur in 3% to33% of patients with renal trauma and include urinary extravasation with urinoma , infected urinoma, perinephric abcess, secondary hemorrhage secondary to a rupture of arteriovenous fistula or pseudoaneurysm. Late or delayed complications of renal trauma develop more than 4 weeks after injury and include hypertension, hydronephrosis, calculus formation, and chronic pyelonephritis, arterioveinous fistula.

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  • The first time a money market fund broke the buck was in 1994, when the Denver-based Community Banker’s U.S. GovernmentMoney Market Fund reported aNAVof $0.96. It had themisfortune of owning securities that fell sharply in value during the rapid rise in interest rates that year. Because this was a small fund held by a small number of institutional shareholders, the impact was limited. It wasn’t until the credit crisis of 2008 hit that a fund broke the buck in a dramatic way. This was the Reserve Primary Fund—the first money market fund in the United States.

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  • Pathfinder International works with communities at the grassroots level to expand access and knowledge, stimulate acceptance, and create awareness and ownership of RH/FP services. Pathfinder has been implementing community-based programs since 1979, when it began the first community-based distribution of family planning information and commodities in Bangladesh and Kenya. In the 1980s and ’90s, Pathfinder initiated the first community-based services in Azerbaijan, Côte d’Ivoire, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Senegal, Tanzania, and Uganda.

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  • However, variation in need in smaller areas within HRRs, such as the Primary Care Service Areas (PCSAs), has been documented – which means that small local area shortages of physicians may still exist [18]. One study finds that policies aimed at increasing physician supply in rural areas have been successful [24]. Another finds that international medical graduates (IMGs) have disproportionately located in U.S. counties of greatest need, compared to U.S. medical graduates [25]. Other literature examines the importance of non-physician clinicians in health care [26,27].

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  • For example, a recent NSW EPA (2002) study of air toxics in the GMR found that ‘most air toxic levels in NSW are low and well below current international standards and benchmarks.’ This study also noted that concentrations of benzene and 1,3-butadiene at some sites, such as the Sydney central business district (CBD), are ‘present at concentrations which approached, but did not exceed, the goals for these substances’, and concentrations of PAHs in the Sydney CBD are ‘in the vicinity of’ proposed international goals for these pollutants (NSW EPA, 2002).

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  • A butterfly is a mainly day-flying insect of the order Lepidoptera, which includes the butterflies and moths. Like other holometabolous insects, the butterfly's life cycle consists of four parts: egg, larva, pupa and adult. Most species are diurnal. Butterflies have large, often brightly coloured wings, and conspicuous, fluttering flight. Butterflies comprise the true butterflies (superfamily Papilionoidea), the skippers (superfamily Hesperioidea) and the moth-butterflies (superfamily Hedyloidea). All the many other families within the Lepidoptera are referred to as moths.

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  • A butterfly is a mainly day-flying insect of the order Lepidoptera, which includes the butterflies and moths. Like other holometabolous insects, the butterfly's life cycle consists of four parts: egg, larva, pupa and adult. Most species are diurnal. Butterflies have large, often brightly coloured wings, and conspicuous, fluttering flight. Butterflies comprise the true butterflies (superfamily Papilionoidea), the skippers (superfamily Hesperioidea) and the moth-butterflies (superfamily Hedyloidea). All the many other families within the Lepidoptera are referred to as moths.

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  • Marketing gets no respect in the nonprofit world. Program people tend to hold the most senior positions in nonprofits and accordingly have the most status. Fundraisers are often viewed as necessary evils, as are operations staff, including those who labor in the communications and marketing departments. Several factors account for the suspicion or disdain with which many nonprofit managers view the marketing function. Mostly, it’s a matter of ignorance.

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