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AN EARLY WARNING SYSTEM FOR FLOUNDER DISEASE [chapter]

Bin Xing, Daoliang Li, Jianqin Wang, Qingling Duan, Jiwen Wen
2009 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Finally, an early warning system was implemented, which can reduce the damage from the flounder disease.  ...  between disease and factors, the logic process of the early warning for flounder disease was confirmed.  ...  Based on the method of case-based reasoning, we established symptom early warning model for flounder disease. Finally, an early warning system for flounder disease was implemented.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4419-0211-5_26 fatcat:zaetcnzac5ct5dqydum4ou2tta

The "bioeffect assessment index" (BAI)

K. Broeg, H.v. Westernhagen, S. Zander, W. Körting, A. Koehler
2005 Marine Pollution Bulletin  
, PAHs, and therefore reflect general toxicity in an integrative manner.  ...  Selected biomarkers were: lysosomal perturbations (reduced membrane stability), storage disorders (lipid accumulation) as early markers for toxic effects of liver cells, and the size of macrophage aggregates  ...  The development of early warning indicators, risk 0025-326X/$ -see front matter Ó 2005 Elsevier Ltd.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.marpolbul.2005.02.042 pmid:15907491 fatcat:qbgebuyopfgj5jxxykfzw5efba

Page 217 of The Historian Vol. 21, Issue 2 [page]

1959 The Historian  
Book Reviews Nosology, the classification of diseases, got out of hand, but the flounder- ing led on to a more careful distinguishing of separate diseases.  ...  He says the differences are insignificant—““Except for changes of detail the system remained” in 1780 what it had been in 1761.  ... 

Page 32 of Newsletter on Intellectual Freedom Vol. 44, Issue 4 [page]

1995 Newsletter on Intellectual Freedom  
For a person with an immune system under severe stress — from HIV, diabetes, or chemotherapy for cancer, for example — the chances that the infection will develop into disease in- crease to as much as  ...  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported 26,000 cases of TB in 1992, an increase of nearly 20 per- cent from 1985.  ... 

The application of histo-cytopathological biomarkers in marine pollution monitoring: a review

D.W.T. Au
2004 Marine Pollution Bulletin  
They may be useful early warning signals to indicate exposure and effects to pollutants.  ...  Early ultrastructural studies of Elbe flounder and dab collected from sites highly contaminated with organochlorines and heavy metals showed an unusual extent of transformation of lysosomes into lipofuscins  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.marpolbul.2004.02.032 pmid:15111029 fatcat:asnypkoekfbxndjptgnu4gdite

Malnutrition spreads in Argentina, once the "breadbasket" of the world

S. Arie
2002 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
The deaths are the tip of an iceberg, nutrition experts warn. Malnutrition now affects over two million Argentinian children, according to the Buenos Aires Centre for Studies on Infant Nutrition.  ...  Argentina, which in the early 1990s was among the world's 10 richest countries, is floundering through its worst economic crisis in history after devaluing the peso in January.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.325.7375.1261 fatcat:uvua57ly3rcwtobbv5koplnfta

Pink - the colour of hope for uninsured women

Chris Bateman
2012 South African Medical Journal  
Far too many women are then diagnosed at an advanced stage of the disease, when little can be done.  ...  From when the charity initiative began in Gauteng in 2010, moving via the Western Cape to KwaZulu-Natal early in October this year, 35 000 clinical breast examinations were logged, 4 206 mammograms performed  ...  'We try never to leave the patient floundering. If we discover that the waiting time at the clinic is too long, we contact the hospital and expedite the process for her, ' she says.  ... 
doi:10.7196/samj.6466 pmid:23498030 fatcat:nvml2tbzsjenveg7d2b3e47jku

The dark side of business travel: A media comments analysis

Scott A. Cohen, Paul Hanna, Stefan Gössling
2018 Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment  
Our analysis finds two key identities are performed through public responses to the explicit health and social warnings concerned with frequent business travel: the 'flourishing hypermobile' and the 'floundering  ...  news outlets across 17 countries, engendering over 150,000 social media shares and 433 media comments from readers, with the latter a source of insight into how the public reacts online when faced with an  ...  I had a strategy for never missing an early meeting after a late night out with the team, fall asleep fully dressed and ready to go in the hotel lobby. I never missed an early meeting.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.trd.2017.01.004 fatcat:xhfvcyrgwre3xlgqvtyss4mgp4

Distinguishing disease impacts from larval supply effects in a lobster fishery collapse

RA Wahle, M Gibson, M Fogarty
2009 Marine Ecology Progress Series  
With the onset of shell disease, however, the model required an additional term for disease prevalence to provide a sufficient statistical fit to the observed data.  ...  Neither time trends in bottom temperature nor predatory fish provided significant additional explanatory power for variability in pre-recruit abundance.  ...  Bergeron for discussion and comments on earlier drafts of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3354/meps07803 fatcat:er5ejsrui5dxtmugnlahbibu3m

Cytochrome P-450 monooxygenase systems in aquatic species: carcinogen metabolism and biomarkers for carcinogen and pollutant exposure

J J Stegeman, J J Lech
1991 Environmental Health Perspectives  
A icatin ofthe methods can provide seniti bioogn s that can detect enimentl of fsh by some carcinogens nd tumor promot e potential for using P-4SO inductionto detectdirect-acting carcinogens and tumor  ...  W thank our collaborators, Jay Gooch, Mark Hahn, and Pamela Kloepper-Sams for comments and assistance. Larry Katzenstein provided editorial comments on the manuscript.  ...  Environmental Induction and Monitoring Monitors or early warning sentinels to identify and define areas of conmmination could be extremely important in analysis ofgroundwater aquifers, surface water lakes  ... 
doi:10.1289/ehp.90-1519513 pmid:2050047 pmcid:PMC1519513 fatcat:zidfq72ctjdfbhodajv46xvzae

Competent Treatment of a Hypertension in Russia

Dmitrievа Elena Germanovna
2017 Juniper Online Journal of Case Studies  
i) Endocrine diseases (illness Kushing'a, diabetes). j) Disease kidneys connected with an ischemia of kidneys. k) Apnoe a dream. l) Lunge a hypertensia.  ...  Tests such have been made by me as early as more many years back. g) At a pathological climax when an estrogen there is more than progesterone, it is necessary to appoint preparations Progestines.  ... 
doi:10.19080/jojcs.2017.04.555628 fatcat:54awmawefng4dhwho4n6p7hcsy

Competent Treatment of a Hypertension in Russia

Dmitrievа Elena Germanovna
2017 Techniques in Neurosurgery & Neurology  
endocrine diseases (illness Kushing'a, a diabetes). j. disease kidneys connected with an ischemia of kidneys. k. apnoe a dream.  ...  Tests such have been made by me as early as more many years back. At a pathological climax when an estrogen there is more than progesterone, it is necessary to appoint preparations Progestines.  ... 
doi:10.31031/tnn.2017.01.000503 fatcat:vihlk3hx6nbm5pkhkgkvxgnjum

Updates on Aquatic Parasites in Fisheries: Implications to Food Safety, Food Security and Environmental Protection

Karl Marx A Quiazon
2015 Journal of Coastal Zone Management  
health problems associated to parasitic diseases resulting to decline in production.  ...  Zoonotic parasites infecting our fishery products are one of the several concerns for our food safety.  ...  Acknowledgement The author would like to thank his family, friends and colleagues for their continuous support in his research undertakings.  ... 
doi:10.4172/2473-3350.1000396 fatcat:lxu4twxmhjgihng2oam5m234ry

Worldwide News and Comment

Marita Hefler
2019 Tobacco Control  
Beverly Hills was an early leader in introducing smoke free restaurants and bars; with this latest move it may be an early leader in changing history, as noted by Doug Blanke Executive Director of the  ...  To monitor spitting by persons from moving vehicles, AMC recently used an automatic number plate recognition system using closed circuit television camera footage and fined a man for spitting pan masala  ... 
doi:10.1136/tobaccocontrol-2019-055199 fatcat:irpuuqbevbcprounyektqdvk2y

Fish biomarkers for environmental monitoring within the Water Framework Directive of the European Union

Wilfried Sanchez, Jean-Marc Porcher
2009 TrAC. Trends in analytical chemistry  
We highlight also the importance to define a clear reference system to be confident that biomarkers represent a quantitative assessment of contaminant effects.  ...  For this purpose, we define the roles and the functions of biomarkers as biomonitoring tools.  ...  ineris-00961936, version 1 -20 Mar 2014 -The biomarker response should be sensitive to xenobiotic exposure and/or effects to serve as an early warning parameter.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.trac.2008.10.012 fatcat:iwgfjdvdnjcpfg4j6j73ei74gu
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