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The temperature stability of photoinduced fiber refractive index gratings at different demarcation energies was calculated on the basis of the data obtained.
      
The results of studies of genetic regulation of the early leaf morphogenesis, demarcation of the future primordium and transition of cells to determination, have been reviewed.
      
In addition, it enables one to clarify conditions under which the morphologies form, as well as to explain the effect of target temperature on the demarcation line between the morphologies.
      
If an amputation is necessary, it should happen 6-8 weeks later after complete demarcation of the necrosis, in the special case of sepsis immediately.
      
An unequivocal demarcation of frequency and pressure effects and of inotropic mechanisms as just as impossible, because, with the exception of VmaxDP, all parameters react quantitatively and qualitatively in an equal manner.
      
This formation was responsible for the stop seen in the myelogramm.4.The extent of the angioma and its easily distinguishable demarcation from the leptomeninx allow the conclusion that this is a so-called "spinal leptomeningeal angioma".
      
Further disturbance of the local bone leads to demarcation (stage III) and eventually to loss of an osteochondral fragment (stage IV).
      
Stage III lesions that show a partial demarcation of the osteochondral fragment during arthroscopy are treated by anterograde removal of the sclerotic bone and refixation of the dissecate.
      
This discourse inevitably involves the demarcation of the "Hindu" from the "other" - minorities defined as less Indian, if not foreign.
      
The aims were to determine: (1) seasonal variation in the marking rates, (2) significance of various kinds of marking in territory demarcation, and (3) relationship between spatial distribution of wolves' marking and their use of territory.
      
Cognitive relativism is grounded on the failure of the objective followed by the Vienna Circle and by Popper: identifying the demarcation line between science and non science and on the work of post-Popperian philosophers of science, as Kuhn.
      
In such instances, the authors recommend the organisation of gatherers into cooperatives and the demarcation of protected extraction areas.
      
Consequently, the (a)virulence status of a CCN population is better established by a qualitative demarcation between resistant and susceptible plant genotypes based on an average of one cyst limit per plant.
      
Correspondence factor analysis of the pooled data demonstrated a geographical demarcation between several populations of H.
      
Particularly useful in this concern, anthropologists Rosalind Shaw and Charles Stewart have suggested a demarcation between "syncretism" (as the politics of religious synthesis) and "anti-syncretism" (as attempts to protect religious boundaries).
      
In doing so, they create a clear demarcation from the practices and beliefs of the conventional horse-world.
      
Traditionally, the understanding of the demarcation between indemnity and compensation starts from Rechtswidrigkeit (illegality).
      
However, with the rise of "Erfolgsunrecht theory" and the objective base of negligence, and with the convergence of the theoretic bases of compensation and indemnity, the demarcation between compensation and indemnity is vanishing.
      
Histologically, there was a clear demarcation between the necrotic area of the treated tissues and the unaffected surrounding tissues.
      
The practice of medicine transcends our neat borders of demarcation between the myriad of medical specialties and medical disciplines.
      
 

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