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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về sinh học được đăng trên tạp chí lâm nghiệp đề tài: DNA-based control of oak wood geographic origin in the context of the cooperage industry...

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  • Source: From a study of 347 patients referred to the National Institutes of Health from 1961 to 1977 with a presumptive diagnosis of FUO of 6 months' duration (R Aduan et al. Prolonged fever of unknown origin. Clin Res 26:558A, 1978). More than 200 conditions may be considered in the differential diagnosis of classic FUO in adults; the most common of these are listed in Table 19-3. This list applies strictly to the United States. Geographic considerations are paramount.

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  • Sources of organic matter include leaves, twigs and other plant residues. A constant replenishmentoforganicmatterisessentialtomaintainahealthysoil.Bioenergycropscanbe animportantsourceoforganicmatter.Husksandpresscakesofmanynontoxicenergycrops canbeusedasasourceoforiginmattertomaintainaconstantcycleofreplenishment. Soilacidity/alkalinity,moisturecontentandotherfactors influencethechemicalqualityofthe soil.

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  • Not all migrants send remittances. In order to understand the variations in remittance behaviour, it is useful to consider various characteristics of the sender, such as age, gender, occupation, length of stay, and educational and income levels. The amount depends on the migrants’ family situation and tends to be higher when ties are closer.

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  • The original Serbo-Croat names of the Dalmatian towns and islands have been commonly supplanted on the German-made maps by later Italian names. But as the older ones are those which are at present used in daily speech by the vast majority of the inhabitants, we shall not be accused of pedanticism or of political bias if we prefer them to the later versions. We therefore in this book do not speak of Fiume but of Rieka, not of Cattaro but of Kotor, and so forth. In other parts a greater laxity is permissible, since no false impression is conveyed by using the non-Slav version. Thus...

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về lâm nghiệp được đăng trên tạp chí lâm nghiệp Original article đề tài: "Predicting site productivity and pest hazard in lodgepole pine using biogeoclimatic system and geographic variables in British Columbia"

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  • What’s a provenance? • Geographic origin of particular seed or plants • Population of plants at a location • Sub-set of species diversity and adaptability. E. camaldulensisprovenances near Petford, Queensland, grown at Chachoengsao, Thailand. 2 year volumes

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  • In Westminster Abbey there repose, almost side by side, by no conscious design yet with deep significance, the mortal remains of Isaac Newton and of Charles Darwin. "'The Origin of Species,'" said Wallace, "will live as long as the 'Principia' of Newton." Near by are the tombs of Sir John Herschel, Lord Kelvin and Sir Charles Lyell; and the medallions in memory of Joule, Darwin, Stokes and Adams have been rearranged so as to admit similar memorials of Lister, Hooker and Alfred Russel Wallace.

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  • During the period covered by the reception, exposition, and gradual acceptance of the theory of Natural Selection, both Wallace and Darwin were much occupied with closely allied scientific work.

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  • The simplest way to think of Oracle’s implementation of read consistency is to imagine each user operating a private copy of the database, hence the multiversion consistency model. Read Consistency, Undo Records, and Transactions To manage the multiversion consistency model, Oracle must create a read-consistent set of data when a table is queried (read) and simultaneously updated (written). When an update occurs, the original data values changed by the update are recorded in the database undo records.

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  • Why are there two forms of rugby? This has been asked at one time or another by anyone with even a passing interest in sport. And given the profound changes which both rugby league and rugby union are currently undergoing, the question now has an importance which transcends mere historical curiosity. This work aims to provide the answer. It looks at the development of rugby in the social context of late Victorian and Edwardian England and tries to demonstrate how the changing nature of that society shaped the sport and led to the creation of rugby league.

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  • The developed technique involves contrast enhancement using sequentially iterative smoothing filters, histogram equalization, and simultaneous application of two types of edge detection processes namely, maximum-difference edge detection [3] and Canny’s edge detection [4]. The post processed image is combined with the original image to accentuate the edges while eliminating noise. Smoothing is implemented because of its effect to reduce specific types of noise signals in the digitized image.

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  • With subprime mortgages representing only about 14 percent of the stock of US mortgages, most observers expected rising delinquencies in this segment to be contained at moderate cost. Testifying in July 2007, Federal Reserve Bank Chairman Bernanke estimated that credit losses associated with subprime mortgages would probably total $50 billion to $100 billion. As we now know, what began as a subprime crisis has proved to be wider, deeper, and more damaging than originally thought.

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  • This book has arisen out of a decade-long collaborative initiative between the Commission on Marine Cartography of the International Cartographic Association and the Commission on Coastal Systems of the International Geographical Union, and manifested in the series of conferences known as the CoastGIS Symposia. The first CoastGIS meeting was held in Cork, Ireland, in February 1995. Since then, successive events have taken place in Aberdeen, Scotland (1997), Brest, France (1999) and Halifax, Nova Scotia (2001).

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  • Beauty has been extolled and made a cult object in all cultures and civilizations,whatever their geographic distribution, ethnic origin, or religion. In ancient Egypt, beauty was associated with a sacred nature and personified by Queen Nefertiti, a woman who had high brows, wide and well-delineated eyes, rich lips, a dignified countenance, and an upright bearing, the very image of subtle energy; the ancient Egyptians regarded beauty closely akin to ‘‘holiness.’’

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  • We approximate credit risk developments at the bank level by considering non- performing loans of each institution and rating changes at the individual security level. Importantly, our database allows us to identify not only the rating of these securities at the time of origination but also their evolution over time. We also analyze to what extent housing prices, securitization activity and lending may have asymmetric effects across institutions and geographically (at the regional level) by identifying the role of each of these factors.

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  • We approximate credit risk developments at the bank level by considering non-performing loans of each institution and rating changes at the individual security level. Importantly, our database allows us to identify not only the rating of these securities at the time of origination but also over time. We also analyze to what extent housing prices, securitization activity and lending may have asymmetric effects across institutions and geographically (at the regional level) by identifying the role of each one of these factors.

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  • The study of how biodiversity is spread around the world is known as bio- geography. Mite harvestmen illustrate one of the most common patterns in bio- geography, called vicariance: species become separated from each other when geographical barriers emerge. Those barriers can be formed by oceans, as in the case of the mite harvestmen; they can also be separated by rising mountains, spreading deserts, and shifting rivers. The other major pattern in biogeography, known as dispersal, occurs when species themselves spread away from their place of origin.

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  • · Disaggregated regional or local data about the environment, sometimes linked to a geographic information system. Questions often arise about the scale of environmental data; do they pertain to a village, a province, a watershed, or the whole country? Because the SNA is national, and most countries maintain their economic data at the national (rather than the regional or local) level, environmental accounts are primarily national accounts. For example, they might tell us how much energy was consumed nationwide, not how much was consumed in each village or province.

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  • Geographic Considerations Entries may be entered into only one local ADDY Awards competition, which is determined by the location of the agency at which the work was created. In addition, the piece MUST be entered under the Geographic Considerations of the entrant. In Elements of Advertising, entries may only be entered in the CBSA, DMA or MSA in which it was created by the original creator of the work, not the agency who commissioned the work. If an affiliated competition does not exist in the CBSA, DMA or MSA, the district will direct the entrant to the nearest affiliated competition.

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