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Yuzheng Lu, Yang Wang and Weidong Gao

structures with an optimized method. Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 120(1), 305–310. [10] Su, X., Gao, W., Liu, X., Xie, C., & Xu, B. (2015). Research on the compact-siro spun yarn structure. Fibres & Textiles in Eastern Europe, 23(3(111)), 54-57. [11] Taheri,M., Vadood,M., Johari,M. S.(2013). Investigating the Effect of Yarn Count and Twist Factor on the Packing Density and Wicking Height of Lyocell Ring-spun Yarns. Fibers and Polymers. 14(9), 1548-1555. [12] Tyagi, G. K., Krishna, G., Bhatlacharya, S., Kumar, P. (2009). Comfort aspects of finished

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Muhammad Adnan, Fakhar Imam, Iffat Shabbir, Zahra Ali and Tayyaba Rahat

difference increased gradually with a rise in glucose levels and was significant at elevated glucose levels. Concordance correlation coefficient (CCC) analysis showed strong agreement (CCC = 0.95) between PVBG and GCBG; moderate agreement (CCC = 0.94) was seen between GCBG and GVBG; and poor agreement (CCC = 0.81) was present with GVBG and PVBG. Intraclass correlation coefficient (ICC), 0.947 at 95% CI (0.864, 0.974) showed positive correlation and more consistency between capillary and venous glucose levels ( Table 1 ). For most of the cases a Bland and Altman plot

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Jim Thorn, Henri Guillemin and Francois de I'Escaille

References Alcohol in the European Region - consumption, harm and policies. WHO 2001. Bortolotti F, De Paoli G, Tagliaro F. Carbohydrate-deficient transferrin (CDT) as a marker of alcohol abuse: a critical review of the literature 2001-2005. J Chromatogr B 2006; 841: 96-109. Bortolotti F, Tagliaro F, Cittadini F, Gottardo R, Trettene M, Marigo M. Determination of CDT, a marker of chronic alcohol abuse, for driving license issuing: immunoassay versus capillary electrophoresis

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Zbigniew Suchorab, Marcin K. Widomski, Grzegorz Łagód, Danuta Barnat-Hunek and Piotr Smarzewski

References [1] Nasraoui M, Nowik W, Lubelli B. A comparative study of hygroscopic moisture content, electrical conductivity and ion chromatography for salt assessment in plasters of historical buildings. Constr Build Mater. 2009;23(5):1731-1735. DOI: 10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2008.09.029. [2] Sobczuk H, Plagge R. Time Domain Reflectometry Method in Environmental Measurements. Lublin: Monografie Komitetu Inżynierii Środowiska Polskiej Akademii Nauk, vol. 39; 2007. [3] Malicki MA, Campbell EC, Hanks RJ. Investigations

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B. Lertnuwat

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A. Szymkiewicz and K. Burzynski

-phase flow in heterogeneous porous media, Advances in Water Resources, 21, 697-711, 1996. 11. C.T. Miller, G.A. Williams, C.T. Kelley, M.D. Tocci, Robust solution of Richards’ equation for nonuniform porous media, Water Resources Research, 34, 2599-2610, 1998. 12. A. Szymkiewicz, Approximation of internodal conductivities in numerical simulation of 1D infiltration, drainage and capillary rise in unsaturated soils, Water Resources Research, 45, doi:10.1029/2008WR007654, 2009. 13. A.W. Warrick, Numerical approximation of

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B. Lertnuwat

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Renata Nemcokova, Viera Glombikova and Petra Komarkova

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Sajid Hussain, Viera Glombikova, Nasrullah Akhtar, Adnan Mazari, Tariq Mansoor and Kanwar Ali Haider Khan

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Adam Szymkiewicz, Witold Tisler and Kazimierz Burzyński

and related codes. Va­dose Zone Journal 7, 587–600. Szymkiewicz, A., 2009. Approximation of internodal conductivities in numerical simulation of 1D infiltration, drainage and capillary rise in unsaturated soils, Water Resources Research 45, W10403. Szymkiewicz, A., 2013. Modeling water flow in unsaturated porous media: Accounting for nonlinear permeability and material heterogeneity. Springer, 237 pp. Szymkiewicz, A. & Burzyński, K., 2011. Computing internodal conductivities in numerical modeling of two dimensional unsaturated flow on