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  • Continued part 1, part 2 of ebook "Frontiers in gynecological endocrinology (Volume 3: Ovarian function and reproduction - From needs to possibilities)" provide readers with content about: PCO, metabolism, vitamin D, myoma and endometriosis; menopause and ageing; hormone therapies; gender-specific hypertension;... Please refer to the part 2 of ebook for details!

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  • Part 1 of ebook "Minimally invasive gynecology: An evidence based approach" provide readers with content about: anatomy and surgical routes; endometriosis; general gynecologic procedures; anatomical landmarks in deep endometriosis surgery; patient language in endometriosis surgery; surgical treatment of deep endometriosis;... Please refer to the part 1 of ebook for details!

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  • Abdominal wall endometriosis is a special case. Its symptoms are the same as ovarian malignancy. In this case, her disease is only defined after an operation. Conservative medical treatment is a feasible management option, especially in young patients who desire to preserve fertility. This article aims to present an extremely rare presentation of endometriosis.

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  • NK cells are one of the major immune cells in endometriosis pathogenesis. While previous clinical studies have shown that helixor A to be an effective treatment for endometriosis, little is known about its mechanism of action, or its relationship with immune cells.

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  • To evaluate the effect of mistletoe on the cell viability of patients with endometriosis, the expression levels of vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) were measured, and the change in the expression level of VEGF following mistletoe treatment was recorded.

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  • The spring wheat straws used in the experiments were cultivated in Jokioinen, Finland, in summer 2006 (06Straw), 2007 (07Straw) and 2008 (08Straw). The wheat varieties were Kruunu in 2006, Marble in 2007 and Kruunu in 2008. The wheat was grown on a sandy clay field in Jokioinen, Finland (60°49'12"N, 23°28'12"E). The 06straw was used in the hot water treatment temperature optimisation and the 07straw in the mechanical refining experiments. 06Straw and 07Straw were used in the optimisation of alkaline peroxide bleaching.

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  • An overview of the research plan is shown in Figure 3. Paper I covers the background in the form of literature review. Paper II focuses on the optimisation of hot water treatment prior to alkaline peroxide bleaching and on the mechanical refining of hot water treated straw. Paper III focuses on the optimisation of alkaline peroxide bleaching and Paper IV focuses on the chemical pre-treatment/storage of wheat straw. Paper V evaluates the obtained results.

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  • The main objective of this work is to develop an economically viable process for producing papermaking fibres of adequate quality and generating energy from wheat straw. Wheat straw was selected as the raw material since wheat is cultivated and available worldwide (Curtis 2002) and only a minor part of the straw is used for energy production or animal feed. One of the primary aims in this work is to find ways to store the raw material chemically between the harvesting periods and examine the effects on pulping and pulp properties (Paper IV). In addition, the aim of this work is...

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  • Another significant driver—in a world now more environmentall conscious than ever—is a global thrust to develop projects whic not only minimize GHG emissions but also help to displace GHG emissions from other industrial sources. Thus, one of the more significant advantages of gas-turbine and engine-based cogeneration is the potential for significant GHG reductions. Further, it is the monetization of GHG reductions and other poss financial incentives that are helping to encourage and facilitate development of cogeneration applications.

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  • What have been the impacts of the GGDP-generated maize technologies? In the absence of reliable baseline data, it was not possible to calculate quantitative measures of project impact. Based on farmers’ qualitative judgments, however, it is clear that adoption of the GGDP-generated technologies has been associated with significant farm-level productivity gains (measured in terms of maize yields) and noticeable increases in the income earned from sales of maize. Impacts on the nutritional status of rural households, however, appear to have been less pronounced.

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  • Food technology and safety research financed by the European Commission has the obvious objective of enhancing the quality of life, in the short term as well as in a long-term perspective. Research as such is most often seen as a long-term activity and even the most applied research should be regarded as an investment for future benefits. Nevertheless, the EU should address research on short-term issues, in order to meet the needs of rapid and accurate information in cases of emerging transnational crises. ...

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  • At the other end of the food chain agricultural practices are going to change. The increased focus on environmental sustainability in society is reflected in the rapid growth for organic agriculture, while the use of modern biotechnology might be offering many new opportunities for agriculture in the EU. The enlargement process and further reforms of the CAP could lead to a drastically changed market and production situation.

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  • Today, research and technology play a decisive role for the European food sector for the development of new products as well as for improved safety measures. In July 2000, DG RTD requested a study on potential future European research priorities in food technology and food safety from the Institute for Prospective Technological Studies (IPTS), Joint Research Centre. The study design comprised the involvement of external expertise from industry as well as from academia: The results of the study were derived from two experts workshops held in Sevilla at the IPTS in December 2000 and May 2001.

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  • Australian farmers continue to face the challenge of declining terms of trade in agriculture, yet remain internationally competitive through effi ciencies and productivity growth. The growth in the farm sector had increased steadily over the 30 year period from 1974-75 to 2003-04 at an average rate of 2.8 percent, consistently out-performing other sectors.

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  • Before a judging event, you should take steps to mentally and physically prepare yourself. Thoroughly familiarize yourself with the style(s) that you will judge if you know what those styles are ahead of time. Sample a few commercial examples and review the style guidelines and brewing procedures for those styles. Also, come to the event prepared to judge. Bring a mechanical pencil, a bottle opener, a flashlight, and any references that you might need to evaluate the beers. Also, make sure to come to the event in the right frame of mind.

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  • Ruminants, such as dairy cows, can very well utilize NPN (see Chapter 2). Hence, instead of feeding dairy cows expensive (true) protein, cheaper sources of nitrogen can be used as well. Urea which is relatively cheap chemical product, is such a non-protein nitrogen. However, certain precautionary rules must be observed when feeding non-protein nitrogen to dairy cows. It should be realized, that NPN (urea) can only be used in low level production systems with high amounts of poor quality roughage. In feeding high yielding dairy cows, this NPN does not play a significant role.

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  • As Thomas writes, media education in India is still in an experimental stage with very little feedback. Besides the concepts of media education are rather geared to the Western hemisphere and India being a developing country has very different concerns about development. These kinds of changes in the Asian context demand an alternative definition and approach to media education to the one outlined by Masterman (1985).

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  • A pre-financing payment of 60% of the MEDIA contribution to the action will be transferred to the beneficiary within 45 days of the date when the last of the two parties signs the agreement, provided all possible guarantees are received by the Agency Pre-financing is intended to provide the beneficiary with a float. The account or sub-account indicated by the beneficiary must make it possible to identify the funds transferred by the Agency. If the funds paid into this account give rise to interest or equivalent profits in accordance with the...

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  • Likewise, understanding your audience will help you select the best channels for reaching specific audiences with your messages. People access information in different ways, at different times of the day, and for different reasons. Using market research, metrics, and other data to define your audience needs will be important in selecting the most effective channels. Each social media channel is different in the way it engages communities and manages content.

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  • The size of the board is a big factor in its effectiveness. As the number of directors increases over about 10, it becomes harder to involve everyone in debates that lead to sound decisions. It is usually best to keep the board at a manageable size. Building an effective board starts with a review of the composition of the board and the needs of the organization for specific skills, knowledge and experience. From this the organization can develop profiles of the positions it needs and begin recruiting to fill them.

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