Filters








8 Hits in 5.7 sec

Latent Immunological Effects of Gestational Exposure to Heptachlor Epoxide

Dean Baker, Haiou Yang, Ulrike Luderer, Sastry Gollapudi
2011 Epidemiology  
(2003)(2004)(2005)(2006)(2007)(2008) were also examined.  ...  Background/Aims: Two extreme heatwaves occurred in South Australia in 2008 and 2009. It is of interest how these 2 unprecedented heatwaves compare to averaged heatwave risks preceding these events.  ...  We calculated the distances between participantsЈ home address and federal and state highways.  ... 
doi:10.1097/01.ede.0000392128.65234.11 fatcat:dft32xujtzchzcnldns7ppf6iq

Abstract Book del XVII Congresso Nazionale FADOI 5-8 maggio 2012, Rimini

The Editors
2013 Italian Journal of Medicine  
The levels of haemoglobin (Hb) and fat-free mass (FFM) were examined with regard to age, gender and level of eating autonomy.  ...  The data show that the correlation between age and anaemia is highly significant (p<0.001), as well as the correlation between age and FFM reduction, examined with BIA (p<0.001).  ...  Heart and respiratory rates, pH, PaO2 and PaCO2 and blood lactate were checked at the 1st, 2nd, 6th and 24th hours after starting NIV. results NIV was performed in 11/17 (64.7%) mixed respiratory acidosis-metabolic  ... 
doi:10.4081/itjm.2012.s1 fatcat:wbarc24axfeuda3rejuk5ykuwq

Verification-based Software-fault Detection

Christoph David Gladisch
2011
The described techniques take advantage of information obtained during verification and combine verification technology with deductive fault detection and test generation in a very unified way.  ...  Software is used in many safety- and security-critical systems. Software development is, however, an error-prone task.  ...  I'm grateful for the freedom he gave me in research and the opportunity to participate at numerous workshops, symposia, conferences, and at a summer school, a winter school, and a research stay abroad.  ... 
doi:10.5445/ir/1000023056 fatcat:gwvfcwmcfraoxddpiyh2gyaoom

COMMODITY SCIENCE IN A CHANGING WORLD PROCEEDINGS SCIENTIFIC WORKS International Advisory Board __________________________________________________________-6-International Scientific Committee __________________________________________________________-7-Organizing Committee

Hadzhiev, Maria Lucchetti, Eva Waginger, Lesiów, Assoc Poland, Misniakewicz, Assoc Poland, Assoc Temenuga Stoykova, Assoc Denka Zlateva, Assoc Daniela Ivanova, Vasileva, Nina Stefanov (+5 others)
unpublished
Significantly lower ratings were assigned to products B (3,2), H (3,5) and G (3,8). According to the assessors, potato chips E and F had the best texture (4,75).  ...  of Commodity Science at Cracow University of Economics, within the framework of the subsidy for the maintenance of research potential. 20 The highest ratings for taste were granted to products D, E and  ...  -Korea: Suwon, 2008.-Proceeding Vol.2.-P. 926-928. 6.  ... 
fatcat:urt455n7fvdp5kfa6g45fldw54

Gift Exchange at the Court of Cosimo I de' Medici, 1537-1574

Samuel Morrison Gallacher
2015
and recipient.  ...  The gift debits and credits, it obligates and liberates, it intimates and discriminates, not only between the one who gifts and the one who receives, but by those who view its exchange (who interpret the  ...  and precedence in early modern Italy", International History Review, 29 (2007) !  ... 
doi:10.6092/imtlucca/e-theses/162 fatcat:mzcoepmxafgznc6x6c7bpu4clq

Housing the popes: Florence and the papacy, 1419-1443

LUKE BANCROFT
2017
and political factors.  ...  This thesis is a religio-cultural history of Florence in the years 1419-1443, during which Popes Martin V and Eugenius IV were forced to locate their papacies in that city due to a variety of religious  ...  Palm Sunday that year fell on 9 April and the pope had entered Florence on 26 February, just six weeks earlier.  ... 
doi:10.4225/03/5a2db3e24e9a9 fatcat:pwhjhz53a5h67mioxpk22ak43i

Protecting Our History Underfoot: Filling in the Regulatory Gaps Through Local Archaeological Review [article]

Nancy LiPira, Maryland Shared Open Access Repository, Maryland Shared Open Access Repository, Betsy Bradley, Jane Seiter, Jennifer Stabler
2020
Baltimore City, Maryland, is used as a test case to explore existing and potential solutions for protecting archaeological resources from the impacts of this regulatory gap.  ...  to each other and recognizing the power that personal and collective identity has to foster civic pride.  ...  Nicolucci and S. Hermon, Proceedings of CAA 2004, Prato 13-17 April 2004 (Budapest: Archaeolingua, 2010), 273. 231 Matthew D.  ... 
doi:10.13016/m2lzqx-6jmx fatcat:2xdqqj3n5zaxzej6ktax7nwnlq

The Making of a Shiite Bourgeoisie in Lebanon Political Mobilisation, Economic Resources and Formation of a Social Group

Omar <1972> Bortolazzi, Giuliana Gemelli
2015
The trajectory explores the historical, political and social (internal and external) factors that brought a sub-proletariat to mobilise and become an entrepreneurial bourgeoisie in the span of less than  ...  , money, and education, and a culturally constructed social location and identity structured by economic as well as other forms of capital in relation to other groups in Lebanon.  ...  off and started bringing in good proceedings.  ... 
doi:10.6092/unibo/amsdottorato/7232 fatcat:4xkqhjgrtrax5nxkr2cscw5uaq