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References ISO. Environmental management - life cycle assessment - principles and framework (ISO 14040). Geneva: ISO, 2006. Hunkeler D., Lichtenvort K., Rebitzer G. Environmental life cycle costing. Pensacola: CRC Press, 2008. UNEP. Guidelines for social life cycle assessment of products. Paris: UNEP, 2009. Klöpffer W. Life cycle sustainability assessment of products. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 13:2 (2008), 89-94. Heijungs R., Huppes G., Guinée J. B. Life cycle assessment and sustainability analysis of products, materials and technologies

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infections in foals. Am. J. Vet. Res. 44:314-316 Lyons, E.T., Drudge, J.H., Tolliver, S.C. (1973): On the life cycle of Strongyloides westeri in the equine. J. Parasitol. , 59: 780-787. DOI: 10.1007/s00436-003-1068-2 Lyons, E.T., Drudge, J.H., Tolliver, S.C. (1977): Observations on development of Strongyloides westeri in foals nursing dams treated with cambendazole or thiabendazole. Am. J. Vet. Res. 38: 889 - 892 Lyons, E.T., Tolliver, S.C. (2014): Prevalence of patent Strongyloides westeri infections in Thoroughbred foals in 2014. Parasitol. Res. , Published On

of a candidate App? The product life cycle (PLC) theory has a long history. It has been applied to a tremendous number of industries and is widely used in management. PLC analyzes the stages that products and product categories pass through, from initial market introduction to decline (Wikipedia). Different industries, brands, and products can demonstrate a great variety of life cycle patterns. The digital market, in particular, exhibits a very different life cycle pattern than traditional industries such as pharmaceuticals and manufacturing. In many cases, however