Initially peddlers and small shopkeepers, they moved into real estate, agriculture, mining, the leisure industry, the professions, the import-export trade, embroidery for export to the USA and, after independence, manufacturing for the local market.
The export trade of tortoises of the genus Testudo from Turkey between 1976 and 2004 is reviewed using compiled import data from the CITES (the Convention International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) data base.
Following the cooling step the pellets are usually screened to remove the particles smaller than the pellet, thought in the export trade this step may be eliminated.
Canada was the largest durum wheat (Triticum turgidum var durum) producer in 1994, and in recent years supplied over 70% of world export trade in durum.
It has the potential both of disinfesting dried food to reduce storage losses and disinfesting fruits and vegetables to meet quarantine requirements for export trade.
The forest EF per capita kept a steady status, while the forest production footprint (FPF) and forest export footprint (FEF) decreased.
Effect of Export-Specific Cytoplasmic Chaperone, Protein SecB, on Secretion of Escherichia coli Alkaline Phosphatase
Secretion increases in the presence of this chaperone at 30°C, which is the most favorable for the interaction of SecB with the export-initiation domain found previously in the N-terminal region of the mature enzyme.
This interaction most likely occurs in the region of the export domain, which is located close to the signal peptide and in complex with a translocational ATPase-protein SecA.
Study of Interaction of Export Initiation Domain of Escherichia coli Mature Alkaline Phosphatase with Membrane Phospholipids dur