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Ratio Edits Based on Statistical Tolerance Intervals

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Evaluation of Selection Indices for Drought Tolerance in Some Chickpea (Cicer Arietinum L.) Genotypes

References AKCURA, M. - PARTIGOC, F. - KAYA, Y. 2011. Evaluating of drought stress tolerance based on selection indices in Turkish bread wheat landraces. In The Journal of Animal and Plant Sciences, 2011, no. 21, pp. 700-709. BLUM, A. 1996. Crop responses to drought and the interpretation of adaptation. In Plant Growth Regulation, 1996, no. 20, pp. 135-148. BOUSLAMA, M. - SCHAPAUGH, W. T. 1984. Stress tolerance in soybean. Part 1: evaluation of three screening techniques for heat and drought tolerance. In Crop

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Drought Tolerance of European Barley (Hordeum Vulgare L.) Varieties

References ANJUM, S.A. - XIE, X. - WANG, L. - SALEEM, M.F. - MAN, C. - LEI, W. 2011. Morphological, physiological and biochemical responses of plants to drought stress. In African Journal of Agricultural Research, vol. 6, no. 9, pp. 2026-2032. DOI: 10.5897/AJAR10.027 ASHRAF, M. 2010. Inducing drought tolerance in plants: recent advances. In Biotechnology Advances, vol. 28, no. 1, pp. 169-183. DOI: 10.1016/j.biotechadv.2009.11.005 CHAVES, M. - MAROCO, J.P. - PEREIRA, J.S. 2003. Understanding plant responses to

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Evaluation of Spring Wheat Genotypes (Triticum Aestivum L.) for Heat Stress Tolerance Using Different Stress Tolerance Indices

References Al-Karaki G.N., 2012 - Phenological development-yield relationships in durum wheat cultivars under late-season high-temperature stress in a semiarid environment. ISRN Agronomy, volume 2012, pag. 7. 55 Anwar J., Subhani G.M., Hussain M., Ahmad J., Hussain M., Munir M., 2011 - Drought tolerance indices and their correlation with yield in exotic wheat genotypes. Pak. J. Bot, 43(3):1527-1530. Bansal K.C., Sinha S. K., 1991 - Assessment of drought resistance in 20 accessions of Triticum aestivum and related species Total dry matter and grain

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Progress of research on the immune tolerance of chronic HBV infection

The history of human survival and development considerably involves fighting against pathogenic micro-organisms. Pathogenic microorganisms cause a series of reactions after infecting the body through various routes. The human body can completely return to normal after most pathogens have been affected by the immune clearance of the body or active treatment. However, a small number of pathogens cause recessive infections, carrier states, or latent infections attributed to weak immune response or immune tolerance, as well as decreased pathogens and weak

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Experimental Study On The Development Of Tolerance And Withdrawal Syndrome To Pentylenetetrazole-Induced Seizures In Rats Treated With Retigabine

References 1. Loscher W. Schmidt D. Experimental and clinical evidence for loss of effect (tolerance) during prolonged treatment with antiepileptic drugs. Epilepsia. 2006;47(8):1253-84. 2. Peychev L P. New experimental data in neuropharmacological characteristics of sodium valproate with repeated administration and after withdrawal [dissertation]. Plovdiv: Medicinski Universitet; 1991. 3. European Medicines Agency [internet]. London (UK): Trobalt. International Nonproprietary Name: retigabine. Procedure No. EMEA/H/C/001245. c2011 Available from

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Practical Procedure for Position Tolerance Uncertainty Determination via Monte-Carlo Error Propagation

) - Geometrical tolerancing - Tolerances of form, orientation, location and run-out , International Organization for Standardization, Second edition. Feng, S. C., Hopp, T. H. (1991). A review of current geometric tolerancing theories and inspection data analysis algorithms. NISTIR 4509, National Institute of Standards and Technology. Dhanish, P. B., Mathew, J. (2006). Effect of CMM point coordinate uncertainty on uncertainties in determination of circular features. Measurement , 39, 522-531. Liu, Q

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Determinants of Financial and Non-Financial Risk Tolerance among Students at Selected South African Universities

References [1] Al-Ajmi, J.Y., 2008. Risk tolerance of individual investors in an emerging market. International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, 17(1), pp.15-26. [2] Blais, A.R., Weber, E.U., 2006. A domain-specific risk-taking (DOSPERT) scale for adult populations. Judgment and Decision Making, 1(1), pp. 33-47. [3] Bakshi, G.S., Chen, Z., 1994. Baby boom, popu-lation aging, and capital markets. Journal of Business, 67(2), pp.165-202. [4] Callan, V., Johnson, M., 2002. Some guidelines

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Evaluation of the Effects of Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation of The Lower Limbs Combined with Pulmonary Rehabilitation on Exercise Tolerance in Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Introduction Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is characterized by sustained limitation of the airflow in the lower respiratory tract, usually of progressive nature, caused by excessive inflammatory response in the bronchial passages and lungs in reaction to gases and dust. Main symptoms of COPD include decreased exercise tolerance related to dyspnea and fatigue during physical exercise. At first, these symptoms occur only during intense physical exercise. However, as the condition progresses, the symptoms begin to appear also during casual

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Mechanisms of stress avoidance and tolerance by plants used in phytoremediation of heavy metals

. & Kulakow, P. (1998). Phytoremediation of soil contaminated with hazardous chemicals: a field assessment at the Craney Island fuel terminal. In: Final Report of DOD AATDF project. Rice University Publishing, USA 1998. Baranowska-Morek, A. (2003). Mechanisms of plants tolerance to toxic influence of heavy metals, Kosmos, 52 (2–3), pp. 283–298. (in Polish) Bar-Ness, E., Chen, Y., Hadar, Y., Marchner, H. & Romheld, V. (1991). Siderophores of Pseudomonas putida as an iron source for dicot and monocot plants, Plant Soil , 130 (1–2), pp. 231–241. Beath, O

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