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Fundamental solution for bonded materials with a free surface parallel to the interface. Part II: Solutions of concentrated force acting at the interior of the substrate and the case when the force acting at the interface
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Fundamental solution for coupled magnetohydrodynamic flow equations
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Fundamental solution for the Q-Laplacian and sharp Moser–Trudinger inequality in Carnot groups
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Fundamental solution for transversely isotropic thermoelastic materials
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Fundamental Solution in the Theory of Micropolar Thermoelasticity for Materials with Voids
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Fundamental Solution in the Theory of Micropolar Thermoelasticity without Energy Dissipation
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Fundamental Solution in the Theory of Thermoelastic Diffusion Materials with Double Porosity
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Fundamental solution method for reconstructing past climate change from borehole temperature gradients
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Fundamental solution of a circular rigid punch problem for a half plane
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Fundamental solution of a power-law orthotropic and half-space functionally graded material under line loads
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Fundamental solution of nuclear solitary wave
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Fundamental Solution of the Heat and Schrِdinger Equations with Point Interaction
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Fundamental solutions and numerical modeling of an elliptical crack with polarization saturation in a transversely isotropic piezoelectric medium
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Fundamental solutions for a class of three-dimensional elliptic equations with singular coefficients
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Fundamental solutions for dynamic BE analyses of incompressible problems
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Fundamental solutions for half plane with an oblique edge crack
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Fundamental solutions for isotropic size-dependent couple stress elasticity
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Fundamental solutions for second order linear elliptic partial differential equations
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Fundamental solutions for SH-waves in a continuum with large randomness
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Fundamental solutions for singularities within a layered solid
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Fundamental solutions for the super Laplace and Dirac operators and all their natural powers
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Fundamental solutions for thick sandwich plates
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Fundamental solutions for transient heat transfer by conduction and convection in an unbounded, half-space, slab and layered media in the frequency domain
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Fundamental solutions for variable density two-dimensional elastodynamic problems
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Fundamental solutions in antiplane elastodynamic problem for anisotropic medium under moving oscillating source
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FUNDAMENTAL SOLUTIONS IN THE THEORY OF MICROMORPHIC ELASTIC SOLIDS WITH MICROTEMPERATURES
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Fundamental Solutions of Electroelasticity Equations for a Piezoceramic Layer in R3
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FUNDAMENTAL SOLUTIONS OF THE EQUATIONS OF THE THEORY OF THERMOELASTICITY WITH MICROTEMPERATURES
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Fundamental solutions of the product of metaharmonic by polyharmonic operators
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Fundamental solutions of the wave equation in Robertson–Walker spaces
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Fundamental solutions to contact problems of a magneto-electro-elastic half-space indented by a semi-infinite punch
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Fundamental solutions to three-dimensional diffusion-wave equation and associated diffusive stresses
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Fundamental spatial resolution of an x-ray pore optic
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Fundamental statistical descriptions of plasma turbulence in magnetic fields
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Fundamental statistical descriptions of plasma turbulence in magnetic fields
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Fundamental stellar properties from eclipsing binary analyses
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Fundamental strings and cosmology
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Fundamental strings as black bodies
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Fundamental strings in Dp–Dq brane systems Or
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Fundamental structure–Activity relationships associated with a new structural class of respiratory syncytial virus inhibitor
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Fundamental studies about the interaction of water with perfect, oxygen-vacancy and pre-covered oxygen Cu2O(1 1 1) surfaces: Thermochemistry, barrier, product
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Fundamental studies for chemical speciation of iron in seawater with an improved analytical method
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Fundamental studies for the application of quench protection systems based on an active power method for cryocooled LTS coils Original Research Article
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Fundamental studies of a new hybrid (inorganic–organic) positively charged membrane. II. Membrane preparation via alcoholysis reaction and amination processes of silicone and titanate coupling agents
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Fundamental studies of a new hybrid (inorganic–organic) positively charged membrane: membrane preparation and characterizations
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Fundamental studies of a new series of anion exchange membranes: membrane preparation and characterization
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Fundamental studies of a new series of anion exchange membranes: membrane prepared from poly(2,6-dimethyl-1,4-phenylene oxide) (PPO) and triethylamine
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Fundamental studies of a new series of anion exchange membranes: Membranes prepared from bromomethylated poly(2,6-dimethyl-1,4-phenylene oxide) (BPPO) and pyridine
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Fundamental studies of a new series of anion exchange membranes: Membranes prepared through chloroacetylation of poly(2,6-dimethyl-1,4-phenylene oxide) (PPO) followed by quaternary amination
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Fundamental studies of crude oil–surface water interactions and its relationship to reservoir wettability
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Fundamental studies of desulfurization processes: reaction of methanethiol on ZnO and Cs/ZnO
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FUNDAMENTAL STUDIES OF HALOGEN REACTIONS WITH III-V SEMICONDUCTOR SURFACES
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Fundamental studies of intense heavy-ion beam interaction with solid targets
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Fundamental studies of molecular depth profiling and 3D imaging using Langmuir–Blodgett films as a model
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Fundamental studies of novel inorganic–organic charged zwitterionic hybrids: 2. Preparation and characterizations of hybrid charged zwitterionic membranes
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Fundamental studies of novel inorganic–organic charged zwitterionic hybrids: 3. New hybrid charged mosaic membranes prepared by modified metal alkoxide and zwitterionic process
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Fundamental studies of novel inorganic–organic charged zwitterionic hybrids: 4. New hybrid zwitterionic membranes prepared from polyethylene glycol (PEG) and silane coupling agent
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Fundamental studies of novel inorganic–organic zwitterionic hybrids. 1. Preparation and characterizations of hybrid zwitterionic polymers
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Fundamental studies of Rhodococcus opacus as a biocollector of calcite and magnesite
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Fundamental studies of the cluster ion bombardment of water ice
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Fundamental studies of the cytochrome c immobilization by the potential cycling method on nanometer-scale nickel oxide surfaces Original Research Article
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Fundamental studies of titanium oxide-Pt(1 0 0) interfaces II. Influence of oxidation and reduction reactions on the surface structure of TiOx films on Pt(1 0 0)
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Fundamental studies of titanium oxide–Pt(1 0 0) interfaces: I. Stable high temperature structures formed by annealing TiOx films on Pt(1 0 0)
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Fundamental studies on a new series of anion exchange membranes: effect of simultaneous amination-crosslinking processes on membranes ion-exchange capacity and dimensional stability
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Fundamental studies on a novel series of bipolar membranes prepared from poly(2,6-dimethyl-1,4-phenylene oxide) (PPO): I. Effect of anion exchange layers on I–V curves of bipolar membranes
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Fundamental studies on a novel series of bipolar membranes prepared from poly(2,6-dimethyl-1,4-phenylene oxide) (PPO): II. Effect of functional group type of anion-exchange layers on I–V curves of bipolar membranes
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Fundamental studies on a planar-cathode direct current glow discharge. Part I: characterization via laser scattering techniques
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Fundamental studies on a planar-cathode direct current glow discharge. Part II: numerical modeling and comparison with laser scattering experiments
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Fundamental studies on hydrogasification of Taiheiyo coal
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Fundamental studies on in-process controlling angular distortion in asymmetrical double-sided double arc welding
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Fundamental studies on large area Cu(In,Ga)Se2 films for high efficiency solar cells
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Fundamental studies on stress-corrosion cracking in iron and underlying mechanisms Original Research Article
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Fundamental studies on the incremental sheet metal forming technique
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Fundamental studies on the intermediate layer of a bipolar membrane. Part VI. Effect of the coordinated complex between starburst dendrimer PAMAM and chromium (III) on water dissociation at the interface of a bipolar membrane Original Research Article
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Fundamental studies on the intermediate layer of a bipolar membrane: Part III. Effect of starburst dendrimer PAMAM on water dissociation at the interface of a bipolar membrane
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Fundamental studies on the performance of a hydrophobic solvent stable membrane in non-aqueous solutions
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Fundamental studies on the structural functionality of whey protein isolate in the presence of small polyhydroxyl compounds as co-solute
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Fundamental Studies on the Structures and Spectroscopic Properties of Imidazo[1,2-a]pyrazin-3(7H)-one Derivatives
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Fundamental studies on the thermal stability and mechanical characteristics of AZ31 alloy
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Fundamental studies on water-washing of the corn ethanol coproduct (DDGS) and its characterization for biocomposite applications
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Fundamental study of (ferrocenylethynyl)phosphines: Correlation of steric and electronic effects in C,C cross-coupling reactions
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Fundamental study of a non-steady operation for 2-propanol de-hydrogenation
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Fundamental study of adhesion of ice to cooling solid surface (Discussion on influence of copper oxide layer on ice adhesion force)
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Fundamental study of an electrostatic chuck for silicon wafer handling
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Fundamental study of cracking gasification process for comprehensive utilization of vacuum residue
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Fundamental study of de-solventing polymer solutions with supercritical CO2
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Fundamental study of effect of quinone structures in the lignin preparations on negative electrode of lead-acid battery
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Fundamental study of lead recovery from cerussite concentrate with methanesulfonic acid (MSA)
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Fundamental study of polonium contamination by neutron irradiated lead–bismuth eutectic
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Fundamental study of reactive oily-bubble flotation
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Fundamental study of silver deportment during the pressure oxidation of sulphide ores and concentrates
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Fundamental study of the behavior of chlorine during the combustion of single RDF
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Fundamental Study of the Melting Process of Crushed Ice in a Heat Storage Container
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Fundamental Study of the Melting Process of Crushed Ice in a Heat Storage Container
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Fundamental study on accidental explosion behavior of hydrogen-air mixtures in an open space
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Fundamental study on adhesion of ice to cooling solid surface
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Fundamental study on adhesion of ice to solid surface: Discussion on coupling of nano-scale field with macro-scale field
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Fundamental study on applications of damage mechanics to evaluation of material degradation Original Research Article
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Fundamental study on corrosion of cemented carbide during wire EDM
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Fundamental study on freezing characteristics of trehalose solution (investigation based on scraping characteristics)
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Fundamental study on melting of the ice particle bed due to inflow of warm water: Effect of the initial shape of the ice particle bed on melting behavior
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Fundamental study on plasma deposition manufacturing
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Fundamental study on powder-scattering in positive- and negative-ion implantation into powder materials
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Fundamental Study on Support Systemat Cibaliung Underground Gold Mine, Indonesia
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Fundamental study on talc–ink adhesion for talc-assisted flotation deinking of wastepaper
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Fundamental study on the effect of an orientation of clay particles on diffusion pathway in compacted bentonite
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Fundamental study on the influence of Fusarium infection on quality and ultrastructure of barley malt
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Fundamental study on the new probe technique for the nanoCMM based on the laser trapping and Mirau interferometer
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Fundamental study on the new probe technique for the nanoCMM based on the laser trapping and Mirau interferometer
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Fundamental Symmetries and Conservation Laws Original Research Article
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Fundamental symmetries and interactions --Some aspects
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Fundamental Symmetries and Interactions Original Research Article
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Fundamental symmetries and theory Original Research Article
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Fundamental Tax Reform and Residential Housing
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Fundamental Techniques for Reducing Risk A ssociated with Instabilities in Mining Slopes
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Fundamental Techniques for Reducing Risk Associated with Instabilities in Mining Slopes
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Fundamental techniques of plastic surgery and their surgical applications
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Fundamental Themes in Clinical Supervision
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Fundamental Theorem of Calculus in Topological Vector Spaces
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Fundamental Theorem of Natural Selection and Frequency-dependent Selection: Analysis of the Matrix Game Diploid Model
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Fundamental Theorems of Averaging for Functional Differential Equations
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Fundamental Theories and Concepts for Predicting Thermodynamic Properties of High Temperature Ionic and Metallic Liquid Solutions and Vapor Molecules
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Fundamental theories of waves and particles formulated without classical mass Original Research Article
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Fundamental thermodynamic surfaces for alkanol-alkane binary mixtures by the NRTL model
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Fundamental thermomechanical properties of SiC-based structural ceramics subjected to high energy particle irradiations
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Fundamental time–domain wind turbine models for wind power studies
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Fundamental Topological Algebras
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Fundamental tradeoffs in distributed algorithms for rate adaptive multimedia streams
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Fundamental Triangular Norm Based Tribes and Measures
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Fundamental understanding and implementation of Al-enhanced PECVD SiNx hydrogenation in silicon ribbons
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Fundamental understanding of ACF conduction establishment with emphasis on the thermal and mechanical analysis
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Fundamental understanding of aging processes: review of the workshop results
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Fundamental understanding of aging processes: review of the workshop results
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Fundamental understanding of deactivation and regeneration of cobalt Fischer–Tropsch synthesis catalysts
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Fundamental understanding of goaf gas displacement in longwall goaf
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Fundamental understanding of nano-sized zeolite distribution in the formation of the mixed matrix single- and dual-layer asymmetric hollow fiber membranes
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Fundamental understanding of organic matter fouling of membranes Original Research Article
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Fundamental understanding of the corrosion performance of laser-melted metallic alloys
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Fundamental understanding of the role of potassium on the activity of Pt/CeO2 for the hydrogen production from ethanol
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Fundamental understanding of the tribological and thermal behavior of Ag–MoS2 nanoparticle-based multi-component lubricating system
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Fundamental universals of language
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Fundamental versus solitonic description of D3 branes
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Fundamental vibration of rotating cantilever blades with pre-twist
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Fundamental wave phenomena on biased-ferrite planar slab waveguides in connection with singularity theory
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Fundamental wear mechanism of metals
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Fundamental Wear Mechanisms when Machining Austempered Ductile Iron (ADI)
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Fundamental welding R&D results for manufacturing vacuum vessel of JT-60SA
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Fundamental, overtone and combination vibrations in condensed methanol studied with low-energy electron-energy-loss spectroscopy
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Fundamentalism and forgiveness
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Fundamentalist colonialism: the geopolitics of Israeli–Palestinian conflict
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Fundamentalists and liberals: personality characteristics of Protestant Christians
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Fundamentality of Ridge Functions Original Research Article
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Fundamentally distinct outcomes of asteroid collisional evolution and catastrophic disruption
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Fundamentals and applications of genetic algorithms for structure solution from powder X-ray diffraction data
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Fundamentals and applications of ion–ion plasmas
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Fundamentals and applications of isotope effect in solids
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Fundamentals and applications of late post-discharge processes
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Fundamentals and applications of needle trap devices: A critical review
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Fundamentals and applications of pervaporation through zeolite membranes
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Fundamentals and applications on in situ spinel formation mechanisms in Al2O3–MgO refractory castables
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Fundamentals and costing of MSF desalination plants and comparison with other technologies Original Research Article
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Fundamentals and misconceptions in photocatalysis
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Fundamentals and Policies Models of Public Curriculum in Iran
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Fundamentals and selection of advanced Fischer–Tropsch reactors Original Research Article
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Fundamentals and Stock Return in Pharmaceutical Companies: a Panel Data Model of Iranian Industry
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Fundamentals and trends of digital measurement
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Fundamentals and trends of digital measurement
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Fundamentals applicable to the utilisation of marine current turbines for energy production
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Fundamentals for controlling thickness and surface quality during dieless necking-in of tubes by spinning
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Fundamentals of 3D modelling and resource estimation in coal mining
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Fundamentals of a new diode clamping multilevel inverter
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Fundamentals of a new kind of mathematics based on the Golden Section
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Fundamentals of a series capacitor commutated HVDC terminal
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Fundamentals of adhesion of thermal spray coatings: Adhesion of single splats Original Research Article
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Fundamentals of adsorption: edited by M. Suzuki, Kodansha Ltd., Tokyo/Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam, 1993, 818 pp. US$ 328
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Fundamentals of analyses of processes
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Fundamentals of Angular Joining by Means of Hydroforming
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Fundamentals of artificial neural networks : Edited by Mohamad H. Hassoun, the MIT Press, 55 Hayward Street, Cambridge, MA 02142, USA, 1995, $60.00, 511 pp., ISBN: 0-262-08239-X
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Fundamentals of battery dynamics
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Fundamentals of Biometeorology: The Biological Environment, Vol. 2; William P. Lowry, Porter P. Lowry II; Peavine Publications/Missouri Botanical Garden Press, ISBN 0-882002-04-0
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Fundamentals of Bubble Formation during Coagulation and Sedimentation Processes
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Fundamentals of Business Information Systems. CENGAGE Learning, 2nd ed., R. Stair, G. Reynolds, T. Chesney (2012), ISBN: 978-1-4080-4421-6
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Fundamentals of chest radiology : Andrew Meholic, Loren Ketai, and Richard Lofgren Philadelphia, PA: W. B. Saunders, 1996, 245 pages, $28.00
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Fundamentals of chest radiology, 2nd edition
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Fundamentals of clinical methodology: 2. Etiology
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Fundamentals of clinical methodology: 3. Nosology
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Fundamentals of clinical methodology: 4. Diagnosis
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Fundamentals of Clinical Research: Bridging Medicine, Statistics and Operations by Antonella Bacchieri, Giovanni Della Cioppa
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Fundamentals of coagulation and glycoprotein IIb/IIIa receptor inhibition, ,
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Fundamentals of coal topping gasification: Characterization of pyrolysis topping in a fluidized bed reactor
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Fundamentals of Collection Development and Management
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Fundamentals of Collection Development and Management, by Peggy Johnson. Chicago: American Library Association, 2009. 2nd edition. 407p. $70.00. ISBN 978-0-8389-0972-0.
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FUNDAMENTALS OF COMMON STOCK PRICING: EVIDENCE FROM COMMERCIAL BANKS OF NEPAL
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Fundamentals of complementary and alternative medicine (2nd edition): edited by Marc S. Micozzi, MD, PhD. ISBN 0-443-06576-4. Philadelphia, Churchill Livingstone, 2001, 464 pp
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Fundamentals of computer forensics
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Fundamentals of constructing particle-laden jetflow by fractal point sets and predicting 3D solid-erosion rates
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Fundamentals of control flow in workflows
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Fundamentals of corrosion fouling
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Fundamentals of crystallography (International Union of Crystallography Texts on Crystallography 2): C. Giacovazzo, ed., Oxford University Press, New York, 1992, 654 pages, price $125 cloth, $65 paper
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Fundamentals of dental lasers: science and instruments
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Fundamentals of Design and Technology of Rolling Element Bearings
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Fundamentals of earthquake prediction
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Fundamentals of Ecological Modelling, 3rd Edition: S.E. Jorgensen, G. Bendoricchio (Eds.), Elsevier, 2001, 530 pages; ISBN: 0-080-44028-2 (Paperback edition); ISBN: 0-080-44015-0 (Hardbound edition)
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Fundamentals of Ecological Modelling, 3rd Edition: S.E. Jorgensen, G. Bendoricchio (Eds.), Elsevier, 2001, 530 pages; ISBN: 0-080-44028-2 (Paperback edition); ISBN: 0-080-44015-0 (Hardbound edition)
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Fundamentals of ecological modelling: Developments in Environmental Modelling Vol. 19. S.E. Jّrgensen. Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1994. 632 pp., HB ISBN 0-444-81572-4, Dfl. 410.00, PB ISBN 0-444-81578-3, Dfl. 240.00
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Fundamentals of ecological modelling: Developments in Environmental Modelling Vol. 19. S.E. Jّrgensen. Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1994. 632 pp., HB ISBN 0-444-81572-4, Dfl. 410.00, PB ISBN 0-444-81578-3, Dfl. 240.00
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Fundamentals of economic analysis, ,
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Fundamentals of Ecosystem Science, K.C. Weathers, D.L. Strayer, G.E. Likens. Academic Press and Elsevier (2013)
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Fundamentals of Ecosystem Science, K.C. Weathers, D.L. Strayer, G.E. Likens. Academic Press and Elsevier (2013)
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Fundamentals of electrochemical analysis: Zbigniew Galus, Ellis Horwood, New York (ISBN 0-13-345281-6), and Polish Scientific Publishers PWN, Warsaw, 1994 (ISBN 83-01-11255-7). xiii + 606 pp. Price $118.50
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Fundamentals of electrochemical science: Keith B. Oldham and C. Myland, Academic Press, San Diego, CA, 1994 (ISBN 0-12-525545-4). xxii + 474 pp
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Fundamentals of Emergency Radiology
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Fundamentals of Energy Outsourcing
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Fundamentals of energy transport, energy conversion, and thermal properties in organic–inorganic heterojunctions
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Fundamentals of Engineering Numerical Analysis, P. Moin. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
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Fundamentals of equilibrium and steady-state thermodynamics: Nicholas W. Tschoegl, Elsevier Science BV, 2000, 266 pp, US$ 183.50 (hardback), ISBN 0 444 50426 5
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Fundamentals of ergonomics in theory and practice
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Fundamentals of food reaction technology: R. Earle, M. Earle; Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, UK, and Leatherhead International Ltd, Leatherhead, UK, 2003, x+188 pages, ISBN 1-904007-53-8, £39.50
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Fundamentals of fuel film formation and motion in SI engine induction systems
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Fundamentals of glacier dynamics: C.J. van der Veen, A.A. Balkema, Rotterdam, Netherlands, 1999. 462 pp. ISBN 90-5410-471-6 (Paper US$42.00), 90-5410-470-8 (Hardback US$88.00).
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Fundamentals of Government Information: Mining, Finding, Evaluating, and Using Government Resources, Eric J. Forte, Cassandra J. Hartnett, Andrea L. Sevetson (Eds.). Neal-Schuman Publishers, New York (2011), ISBN: 978-1-55570-737-8
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Fundamentals of Grain and Interphase Boundary Diffusion, Third, revised and enlarged edition, I. Kaur, Y. Mishin, W. Gust (Eds.). Wiley (1995), ISBN: 0 471 93819 X
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Fundamentals of Grain and Interphase Boundary Diffusion, Third, revised and enlarged edition, I. Kaur, Y. Mishin, W. Gust (Eds.). Wiley (1995), ISBN: 0 471 93819 X
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Fundamentals of high strength high performance concrete : Edward G. Nawy, Longman Group Ltd 1996 — Concrete design and construction series, 1996. 340 pp. ISBN 0-582-22699-6
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Fundamentals of high-energy spark ignition with lasers
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Fundamentals of High-Performance Concrete (Second Edition): Dr. Edward G. Nawy, P.E. CEng, Wiley, 2001
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Fundamentals of hydrogen dissolution in novel calcium-aluminate welding fluxes containing FeOt and NaF for advanced high strength steels
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Fundamentals of Industrial Catalytic Processes: Robert Farrauto and Calvin Bartholomew; Chapmann and Hall, 1997, ISBN 0 7514 0406 3
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Fundamentals of Information Studies: Understanding Information and Its Environment, Second Edition
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Fundamentals of Interface and Colloid Science, Vol. III, Liquid–Fluid Interfaces: J. Lyklema, Academic Press, 2000, ISBN 0-12-460523-0
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Fundamentals of Interface and Colloid Science, vol. IV, J. Lyklema (Ed.). Academic Press, New York-Toronto (2005)
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Fundamentals of Interface and Colloid Science, vol. V, J. Lyklema (Ed.), in: Soft Colloids. Academic Press, New York-Toronto (2005)
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Fundamentals of Interface and Colloid Science: Interface Tension by J. Lyklema
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Fundamentals of kinematic hardening hyperplasticity
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Fundamentals of layered nanoparticle covered pyramidal structures formed on nickel during femtosecond laser surface interactions
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Fundamentals of Mammography : Linda Lee, Verdi Stickland, A. Robin, M. Wilson, Eric J. Roebuck London, UK: W.B. Saunders, 1995 ISBN 0-7020-1797-3, pp. 149, 177 figures, tables Baltimore, MD: Williams & Wilkins, 1996, 871 pages (numerous drawings and table
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Fundamentals of medical imaging: Paul Suetens
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Fundamentals of migrating multi-block lattice Boltzmann model for immiscible mixtures in 2D geometries
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Fundamentals of Modeling and Analyzing Engineering Systems: P.D. Cha, J.J. Rosenberg and C.L. Dym, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2000, ISBN 0 521 59443 X (hardback), ISBN 0 521 594 63 4 (paperback), 466 pp.
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Fundamentals of modelling concurrency using discrete relational structures
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Fundamentals of Molecular Catalysis: Hideo Kurosawa and Akio Yammamoto (Eds.), Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2003, 536pp, hardcover. ISBN: 0-444-50921-6; US$ 220; EUR 220
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Fundamentals of Molecular Diagnostics, Edited by David E. Bruns, Edward R. Ashwood, and Carl A. Burtis, SAUNDERS Elsevier, St. Louis, MO, USA, ISBN 1416037373, 267 pp..
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Fundamentals of Network Security: Fundamentals of Network Security; J. Canavan; Artech House, ISBN 1-58053-176-8
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Fundamentals of operating reserve procurance using decentralized approach with insurance theory application
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Fundamentals of Pediatric Orthopedics, 3rd edition: Lynn T. Staheli, MD. ISBN 0-7817-4125-4. Philadelphia, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2003, 192 pp
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Fundamentals of pentlandite mineralogy and its effect on its electrochemical behaviour
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Fundamentals of Pharmacology: A Text For Nurses and Health Professionals: by Azan Galwraith, Shan Bullock, Elizabeth Manias, Barry Hunt & Ann Richards; Addison, Wesley, Longman, UK, 1999, 772 pp., £21.99.
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Fundamentals of photoelectric effects in molecular electronic thin film devices: applications to bacteriorhodopsin-based devices
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Fundamentals of Physical Acoustics: D. T. Blackstock; Wiley & Sons Ltd, New York, 2000, 541 pages, ISBN 0-471-31979, price $58.50
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Fundamentals of preparative and nonlinear chromatography: G. Guiochon, S. Golshan-Shirazi and A.M. Katti Academic Press, Boston, MA. 1994, xv + 701 pp. Price US$95.00
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Fundamentals of pulsed plasmas for materials processing
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Fundamentals of quantum information theory
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Fundamentals of quantum information theory
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Fundamentals of Queueing Networks: Performance, Asymptotics, and Optimization—H. Chen and D. D. Yao.
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Fundamentals Of Remote Sensing For Risks Assessment
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Fundamentals of Restricted-Orientation Convexity
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Fundamentals of safety conscious process design
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Fundamentals of Selective Laser Melting of alloyed steel powders
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Fundamentals of semi-crystalline poly(vinylidene fluoride) membrane formation and its prospects for biofuel (ethanol and acetone) separation via pervaporation
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Fundamentals of software engineering (selected papers of FSEN ’09)
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Fundamentals of Software Engineering (selected papers of FSEN 2011)
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Fundamentals of soil ecology : by David C. Coleman and D.A. Crossley, Jr Academic Press, 1996. $35.00 hbk (xv + 205 pages) ISBN 0 12 179725 2
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Fundamentals of solid state ionic micro gas sensors
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Fundamentals of Space Environment Science
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Fundamentals of spray freezing of instant coffee Original Research Article
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Fundamentals of steelmaking: E. T. Turkdogan (The Institute of Materials, London, 1996), 331+ pages, $90.00 (hardcover) (available in the USA from Ashgate Publishing Co., Brookfield, VT)
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Fundamentals of steelmaking: E. T. Turkdogan, Institute of Materials, London, 1996, 331 pages, $90.00 (hardcover) (available in the U.S.A. from Ashgate Publishing Co., Ashgate, Brookfield, Vermont)
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Fundamentals of superresolution
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Fundamentals of surface mechanics: by Fredick F. Ling, W. Michael Lai and Don A. Lucca
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Fundamentals of Technical Services Management By Sheila S. Intner and Peggy Johnson. ALA Fundamentals Series. Chicago: American Library Association, 2008. 158 pp. US$42.00 (ALA members US$37.80) soft cover ISBN 13: 9780838909539.
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Fundamentals of technical services management, Sheila S. Intner, Peggy Johnson. American Library Association, Chicago (2008), ISBN: 978-0-8389-0953-9
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Fundamentals of technology diffusion and mobile phone case study
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Fundamentals of the dynamics in concentrated suspensions
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Fundamentals of the exact renormalization group
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Fundamentals of the exact renormalization group
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Fundamentals of the incremental tube forming process
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Fundamentals of the spray freezing of foods—microstructure of frozen droplets Original Research Article
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FUNDAMENTALS OF THE THEORY OF PRECISION
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Fundamentals of thermo-sonic copper wire bonding in microelectronics packaging
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Fundamentals of turbulent gas-solid flows applied to circulating fluidized bed combustion
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Fundamentals of two-phase flow by the method of irreversible thermodynamics
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Fundamentals of videogrammetry — A review
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Fundamentals of Weed Science, 2nd Edition, Robert L. Zimdahl. Academic Press, San Diego, London (1999)
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Fundamentals of Weed Science. R. Zimdahl. 14.5 × 22.5 cm. 230 pp. San Diego, USA: Academic Press, 1998. $59.95. ISBN 012781-062-5 (hardback).
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Fundamentals of zinc recovery from metallurgical wastes in the Enviroplas process
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Fundamentals on face milling processing of straight shafts
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Fundamentals on the spigot capacity of dense medium cyclones
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Fundamentals to Improve English Language Teachers’ Performance in Pakistan
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Fundamentals uncertainty, bubbles, and exchange rate dynamics
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Fundamentals, beliefs, and financial contagion
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Fundamentals, Feedback Trading, and Housing Market Speculation: Evidence from California
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Fundamentals, information, and international capital flows: A welfare analysis
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Fundamentals, processes and applications of high-permittivity polymer–matrix composites
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Fundamentals, properties and applications of solid catalysts prepared by solution combustion synthesis (SCS) Review Article
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Fundamental-solution-based finite element model for plane orthotropic elastic bodies
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Funded system and uncertainty
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Fund–flow versus flow–flow in production theory: Reflections on Georgescu-Roegen’s contribution
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Fundic adenomyomatosis bulged with the subserosal excessive fat of the gallbladder mimicking polypoid carcinoma: A case report with unusual imaging and morphological features
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Funding acknowledgement analysis: an enhanced tool to investigate research sponsorship impacts: the case of nanotechnology
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Funding and investment decisions in a stochastic defined benefit pension plan with several levels of labor-income earnings
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Funding and management of roads
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Funding and management of roads
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Funding boost for Irish biomedical research
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Funding by tobacco industry
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Funding commercial fisheries management: Lessons from New Zealand
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Funding for clinical research in the UK
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Funding for clinical research in the UK
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Funding for ketchup research
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Funding for practice-oriented clinical research
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Funding for prevention: A global perspective
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Funding for the National Health Service
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Funding for UK mental-health care announced
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Funding for US geriatric education
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Funding growth in bank-based and market-based financial systems: evidence from firm-level data
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Funding in 2011: East Heats Up as West Cools Down
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Funding in 2012: “Great Recession” Starts to Bite
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Funding in integrated coastal zone management partnerships
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Funding mechanisms for depression care management: opportunities and challenges
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Funding needed for European neuroscience
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Funding Nutrition Software Development: The Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program
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Funding Nutrition Software Development: The Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program
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Funding of clinical research
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Funding of development projects by Learning and Teaching Support Network -Centre for Information and Computer Sciences
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Funding of Libraries in Nigeria: The Way Forward
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Funding of patientsʹ groups
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Funding of research in mental health care in Japan
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Funding of young scientist and scientific excellence
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Funding Opportunity: Research Grants Program in Pediatric Epilepsy Research: April 7–11, 2002, Ramada Hotel, Giardini Naxos (Taormina), Sicily, Italy
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Funding Priorities in Animal Reproduction at the United States Department of Agricultures Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service
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Funding realities: child abuse diagnostic evaluations in the health care setting
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Funding received to develop national standards for the Clinical Doctorate in Nursing
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Funding schools for greater equity
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Funding squeeze forces UNHCR cutbacks
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Funding the future: setting our S&T priorities
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Funding transportation spending in metropolitan Washington, DC: the costs of alternative revenue sources
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Funding, education, and training in the context of industry-academia relations
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Fundoplication and the Pediatric Surgeon: Implications for Shared Decision-Making and the Medical Home
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Fundoplication provides effective and durable symptom relief in patients with Barrett’s esophagus
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Fundoplications resist reflux independent of in vivo anatomic relationships
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Fundraising for libraries: 25 proven ways to get more money for your library: by James Swan. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, 2002. 411p. $69.95. ISBN 1-55570-433-6. LC 2002-005813
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Fundraising for the evolving academic library: The strategic small shop advantage
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Fundraising in Pakistani libraries: Perceptions of library leaders
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Fund-raising models at public historically Black colleges and universities
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Funds for mathematics: Carnegie Institution of Washington support for mathematics from 1902 to 1921
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Funds from non-renewable energy resources: Policy lessons from Alaska and Alberta
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Fundu abnormalitie in a patient with type I Gaucherʹ dieae with 12-year follow-up
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Fundu autofluorecence and development of geographic atrophy in age-related macular degeneration.
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Fundu Autofluorecence Imaging in erou and Druenoid Pigment Epithelial Detachment Aociated With Age-Related Macular Degeneration
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Fundu Autofluorecence in Multifocal Choroiditi and Panuveiti Original Reearch Article
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Fundu autofluorecence in patient with age-related macular degeneration and high rik of viual lo
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Fundu autofluorecence in targardt macular dytrophy–fundu flavimaculatu
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Fundus Autofluorescence in Chronic Essential Hypertension
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Fundus microvascular flow monitoring during retrograde cerebral perfusion: an experimental study
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Funerals As Feasts: Why Are They So Important?
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Fungal abundance and distribution as influenced by clearing and land use in a vertic soil of Argentina
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Fungal abundance spike and the Permian–Triassic boundary in the Karoo Supergroup (South Africa)
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Fungal air quality in hospital rooms: a case study in Tehran, Iran
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Fungal and aflatoxin contamination of marketed spices
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Fungal and algal biomass in biofilms on artificial surfaces quantified by ergosterol and chlorophyll a as biomarkers
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Fungal and Bacterial Contamination on Indoor Surfaces of a Hospital inMexico
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Fungal and bacterial denitrification are differently affected by long-term pH amendment and cultivation of arable soil
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Fungal and bacterial denitrification are differently affected by long-term pH amendment and cultivation of arable soil
363
Fungal and bacterial enzyme activities in Alnus nepalensis D. Don
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Fungal and bacterial microbial community assessment during bioremediation assays in an aged creosote-polluted soil
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Fungal and bacterial microbial community assessment during bioremediation assays in an aged creosote-polluted soil
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Fungal and bacterial recolonisation of acid and alkaline forest soils following artificial heat treatments
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Fungal and bacterial recolonisation of acid and alkaline forest soils following artificial heat treatments
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Fungal and bacterial responses to phenolic compounds and amino acids in high altitude barren soils
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Fungal and bacterial responses to phenolic compounds and amino acids in high altitude barren soils
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Fungal and enzymatic decolourisation of artificial textile dye baths
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Fungal and enzymatic remediation of a wine lees and five wine-related distillery wastewaters
372
Fungal and microbial activity in external woodenpanels as determined by finish, exposure, and constructiontechniques
373
Fungal and mycotoxin assessment of dried edible mushroom in Nigeria
374
Fungal and plant gene expression during synchronized infection of tomato leaves by Botrytis cinerea
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Fungal and Viral Epizootics in Gypsy Moth (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) Populations in Central New York
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Fungal Assessment of Indoor Air Quality inWards and Operating Theatres in an Organ Transplantation Hospital
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Fungal associates of Buprestis aurulenta in western Oregon
378
Fungal based synthesis of silver nanoparticles—An effect of temperature on the size of particles
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Fungal bioaccumulation of copper, nickel, gold and platinum
380
Fungal bioconversion of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) and 2,4-dichlorophenol (2,4-DCP)
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Fungal biodegradation of naphthalene: microcosms studies
382
Fungal biodeterioration in buildings (in Polish) Biodeterioracja pleśniowa obiektów budowlanych
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Fungal biofilters for toluene biofiltration: Evaluation of the performance with four packing materials under different operating conditions Original Research Article
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Fungal Biofiltration of Toluene on Ceramic Rings
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Fungal bioleaching of incineration fly ash: Metal extraction and modeling growth kinetics
386
Fungal bio-leaching of low grade laterite ores
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Fungal Biology and Agriculture: Revisiting the Field
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Fungal biomass development in a chronosequence of land abandonment
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Fungal biomass development in a chronosequence of land abandonment
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Fungal biomass in pastures increases with age and reduced N input
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Fungal biomass in pastures increases with age and reduced N input
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Fungal biomass production and turnover in soil estimated using the acetate-in-ergosterol technique
393
Fungal biomass production and turnover in soil estimated using the acetate-in-ergosterol technique
394
Fungal bioremediation of copper, chromium and boron treated wood as studied by electron paramagnetic resonance
395
Fungal bioremediation of the creosote-contaminated soil: Influence of Pleurotus ostreatus and Irpex lacteus on polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons removal and soil microbial community composition in the laboratory-scale study Original Research Article
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Fungal biosorption — an alternative treatment option for heavy metal bearing wastewaters: a review
397
Fungal biosynthesis of endochitinase and chitobiase in solid state fermentation and their application for the production of N-acetyl-d-glucosamine from colloidal chitin
398
Fungal biotransformation of mosapride by Cunninghamella elegans
399
Fungal bio-treatment of spruce wood with Trametes versicolor for pitch control: Influence on extractive contents, pulping process parameters, paper quality and effluent toxicity
400
Fungal but not bacterial soil communities recover after termination of decadal nitrogen additions to boreal forest
401
Fungal but not bacterial soil communities recover after termination of decadal nitrogen additions to boreal forest
402
Fungal catalases: Function, phylogenetic origin and structure
403
Fungal cell wall galactomannan isolated from Apodus deciduus
404
Fungal cell wall polysaccharides isolated from Discula destructiva spp.
405
Fungal cell-wall galactomannans isolated from Geotrichum spp. and their teleomorphs, Dipodascus and Galactomyces
406
Fungal chitin–glucan derivatives exert protective or damaging activity on plasmid DNA Original Research Article
407
Fungal Colonization among Iranian Infants Hospitalized in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: Occurrence Rate, Risk Factors and Health Outcome
408
Fungal colonization and biochemical changes in coffee beans undergoing monsooning
409
Fungal colonization and decomposition of leaves and stems of Salix arctica on deglaciated moraines in high-Arctic Canada
410
Fungal colonization as affected by litter depth and decomposition stage of needle litter
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Fungal colonization as affected by litter depth and decomposition stage of needle litter
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Fungal colonization of phyllosphere and litter of Quercus rotundifolia Lam. in a holm oak forest (High Atlas, Morocco)
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Fungal colonization of sago starch in Papua New Guinea
414
Fungal Communities and Disease Symptoms on Stem Bases of Wheat and Barley and Effects of Seed Treatments Containing Fluquinconazole and Prochloraz
415
Fungal communities in bulk soil and stone compartments of different forest and soil types as revealed by a barcoding ITS rDNA and a functional laccase encoding gene marker
416
Fungal communities in bulk soil and stone compartments of different forest and soil types as revealed by a barcoding ITS rDNA and a functional laccase encoding gene marker
417
Fungal communities in PAH-impacted sediments of Genoa-Voltri Harbour (NW Mediterranean, Italy)
418
Fungal communities on roots of wheat and barley and effects of seed treatments containing fluquinconazole applied to control take-all
419
Fungal community associated with fermentation and storage of Fuzhuan brick-tea
420
Fungal contamination and Aflatoxin B1 and Ochratoxin A in Lebanese wine–grapes and musts
421
Fungal contamination and aflatoxin B1 of ‘egusi’ melon seeds in Nigeria
422
Fungal contamination and mycotoxin natural occurrence in oats for race horses feeding in Argentina
423
Fungal contamination in barley and Kashin-Beck disease in Tibet
424
Fungal contamination in rainbow trout eggs in Kermanshah province propagations with emphasis on Saprolegniaceae
425
Fungal Contamination of Feed Material Manufactured in Iran with Emphasis on Its Importance in Safety of Animal Origin Foods
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Fungal Contamination of Indoor Public Swimming Pools, Ahwaz, South-west of Iran
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Fungal contamination of medicinal herbs during Fungal contamination of medicinal herbs during
428
Fungal Contaminations of Herbal Face Mask Preparations
429
Fungal Culture Systems for Production of Antioxidant Phenolics Using Pecan Nut Shells as Sole Carbon Source
430
Fungal decolorization of dye wastewaters: a review
431
Fungal degradation of carbohydrate-linked polystyrenes
432
Fungal degradation of chlorpyrifos by Verticillium sp. DSP in pure cultures and its use in bioremediation of contaminated soil and pakchoi
433
Fungal degradation of coal as a pretreatment for methane production
434
Fungal degradation of fluorene
435
Fungal degradation of lantadene A, the pentacyclic triterpenoid hepatotoxin of lantana plant
436
Fungal degradation of metsulfuron-methyl in pure cultures and soil
437
Fungal degradation of metsulfuron-methyl in pure cultures and soil
438
Fungal deracemization of benzoin
439
Fungal Dermatitis Caused by Aspergillus sydowii in a Thoroughbred Horse
440
Fungal deterioration of 18th and 19th century documents: A case study of the Tilghman Family Collection, Wye House, Easton. Maryland
441
Fungal deterioration of medieval wall fresco determined by analysing small fragments containing copper
442
Fungal diversity in agricultural soil under different farming management systems, with special reference to biocontrol strains of Trichoderma spp.
443
Fungal diversity in cow, goat and ewe milk
444
Fungal diversity in set-aide agricultural soil investigated using terminal-restriction fragment length polymorphism
445
Fungal diversity in set-aide agricultural soil investigated using terminal-restriction fragment length polymorphism
446
Fungal diversity in soils and historic wood from the Ross Sea Region of Antarctica
447
Fungal diversity in soils and historic wood from the Ross Sea Region of Antarctica
448
Fungal endocarditis in a paediatric burns patient
449
Fungal Endocarditis: Review of Our Cases over a Four-Year Period
450
Fungal endophthalmiti following cataract urgery: clinical preentation, microbiological pectrum, and outcome
451
Fungal endophyte infection increases carbon sequestration potential of southeastern USA tall fescue stands
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Fungal endophyte infection increases carbon sequestration potential of southeastern USA tall fescue stands
453
Fungal endophytes help prevent weed invasions
454
Fungal endophytes in woody roots of Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) and ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa)
455
Fungal Endophytic Communities in Healthy and Declining Quercus robur L. and Q. cerris L. Trees in Northern Italy
456
Fungal enzymes as a powerful tool to release antioxidants from olive mill wastewater
457
Fungal epoxide hydrolases: new landmarks in sequence-activity space
458
Fungal flora associated with Ips typographus: frequency, virulence, and ability to stimulate the host defence reaction in relation to insect population levels
459
Fungal flora associated with seeds of some common weeds and their impact on seed germination
460
Fungal flora isolated from the skin of healthy dromedary camels (Camelus dromedarius)
461
Fungal flora of hearing aid moulds and ear canal in hearing aid wearers in school children in Ahvaz, Iran (2008)
462
Fungal Flora of Normal Eyes in Healthy Newborn Foals Living in the Same Stud Farm in Italy
463
Fungal flora of the combs and wattles of Iranian native chickens
464
Fungal flora of the hair coat of domestic golden hamster (Mesocricetus auratus) with and without skin lesions in Mashhad, Iran
465
Fungal fragments in moldy houses: A field study in homes in New Orleans and Southern Ohio
466
Fungal genomics and pathogenicity
467
Fungal growth and effects of different wood decomposing fungi on the indigenous bacterial community of polluted and unpolluted soils
468
Fungal growth and survival in building materials under uctuating moisture and temperature conditions
469
Fungal growth on a common wood substrate across a tropical elevation gradient: Temperature sensitivity, community composition, and potential for above-ground decomposition
470
Fungal growth on a common wood substrate across a tropical elevation gradient: Temperature sensitivity, community composition, and potential for above-ground decomposition
471
Fungal growth on different insulation materials exposed to different moisture regimes
472
Fungal growth pattern, sources and factors of mould contamination in a dry-cured meat production facility
473
Fungal growth within a silicone tissue expander: Case report
474
Fungal hydrolysis in submerged fermentation for food waste treatment and fermentation feedstock preparation
475
Fungal hydroxylation of (−)-santonin and its analogues
476
Fungal Infection and Mechanical Wounding Induce Disease Resistance in Scots Pine
477
Fungal infection in children: tinea capitis
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Fungal infection in surgical patients
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FUNGAL INFECTION OF THE SINUS an‎d ANTERIOR SKULL BASE
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Fungal infections
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Fungal infections in patients with nail psoriasis in Khuzestan province
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Fungal influenced corrosion of post-tensioned cables
483
Fungal ingrowth on forest floor and decomposing needle litter of Chamaecyparis obtusa in relation to resource availability and moisture condition
484
Fungal ingrowth on forest floor and decomposing needle litter of Chamaecyparis obtusa in relation to resource availability and moisture condition
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Fungal Involvement in Patients with Paranasal Sinusitis
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Fungal isolation and identification in 21 cases of guttural pouch mycosis in horses (1998–2002)
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Fungal Keratiti Aociated With Non-therapeutic oft Contact Lene
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Fungal keratitis caused by rare organisms
489
FUNGAL KERATITIS IN PATIENTS WITH CORNEAL ULCER IN SARI, NORTHERN IRAN
490
Fungal laccase, cellobiose dehydrogenase, and chemical mediators: Combined actions for the decolorization of different classes of textile dyes
491
Fungal laccase, manganese peroxidase and lignin peroxidase: Gene expression and regulation
492
Fungal laccase-catalyzed degradation of hydroxy polychlorinated biphenyls
493
Fungal left ventricular assist device endocarditis
494
Fungal mediated biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles, characterization and antimicrobial activity
495
Fungal mediated silver nanoparticle synthesis using robust experimental design and its application in cotton fabric
496
Fungal metabolism of butter and shea oils by Penicillium roquefortii in solid state cultures
497
Fungal metabolism of fermentation inhibitors present in corn stover dilute acid hydrolysate
498
Fungal metabolite gliotoxin blocks mast cell activation by a calcium- and superoxide-dependent mechanism: Implications for immunosuppressive activities
499
Fungal metabolite of naftazone inhibits nitrite production by activated murine macrophages
500
Fungal metabolite screening: database of 474 mycotoxins and fungal metabolites for dereplication by standardised liquid chromatography–UV–mass spectrometry methodology
501
Fungal metabolites. Part 45: The sesquiterpenes of Collybia maculata and Collybia peronata
502
Fungal microflora biodiversity as a function of pollution in Oued Sebou (Morocco)
503
Fungal mitigation of soil erosion following burning in a semi-arid Arizona savanna
504
Fungal multienzyme production on industrial by-products of the citrus-processing industry
505
Fungal mutants not solved by internal amplification controls
506
Fungal mycelia as the source of chitin and polysaccharides and their applications as skin substitutes
507
Fungal mycelium and decomposition of needle litter in three contrasting coniferous forests
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Fungal mycelium—the source of chitosan for chromatography
509
Fungal mycoflora and mycotoxins in Korean polished rice destined for humans
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Fungal Nail Infections in Tehran, Iran
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Fungal networks in yield-invigorating and -debilitating soils induced by prolonged potato monoculture
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Fungal networks in yield-invigorating and -debilitating soils induced by prolonged potato monoculture
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Fungal Normal Flora of Conjunctiva in Healthy Individuals in Babol, Northern Iran
514
Fungal outbreak in a show cave Original Research Article
515
Fungal P450nor: Expression inEscherichia coliand Site-Directed Mutageneses at the Putative Distal Region
516
Fungal pathogen accumulation at the expense of plant-beneficial fungi as a consequence of consecutive peanut monoculturing
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Fungal pathogen accumulation at the expense of plant-beneficial fungi as a consequence of consecutive peanut monoculturing
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Fungal pathogenesis in plants and crops. Molecular biology and host defense mechanics : By P. Vidhyasekaran, Marcel Dekker, Inc. New York, NY, 1997. $175
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Fungal pathogenic nucleic acid detection achieved with a microfluidic microarray device Original Research Article
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Fungal pathogenicity
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Fungal Pathogens Associated with Grapevine Trunk Diseases in Iran
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FUNGAL PATHOGENS CAN ELUDE THE INHIBITION BY HOST PLANT POLYGALACTURONASE INHIBITING PROTEINS (PGIPs) BY DIFFERENT MECHANISMS
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Fungal Pathology
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Fungal Pathology, (Ed.), J.W. Kronstad : Kluwer Academic Publisher, Dordrecht; price £102, ISBN 0792363701
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Fungal Pathology. J. W. Kronstad (ed.). 16 cm × 24 cm, 414 pp. Dordrecht, the Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers (http://www.kap.nl), 2000. £102. ISBN 07923 6370 1 (hardback).
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Fungal peritonitis and cancer near the abdominal regions
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Fungal Peritonitis in Iranian Children on Continuous Ambulatory Peritoneal Dialysis A National Experience
528
Fungal plant pathogens and soil biodiversity
529
Fungal polygalacturonase activity reflects susceptibility of carnation cultivars to fusarium wilt
530
Fungal polyketide azaphilone pigments as future natural food colorants?
531
Fungal populations and mycotoxins in silages: From occurrence to analysis
532
Fungal post-treatment of pulp mill effluents for the removal of recalcitrant pollutants
533
Fungal presence in paired cultivated and uncultivated soils in central Iowa, USA
534
Fungal pretreatment enhances hydrogen production via thermophilic fermentation of cornstalk
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Fungal pretreatment improves amenability of lignocellulosic material for its saccharification to sugars
536
Fungal pretreatment of cornstalk with Phanerochaete chrysosporium for enhancing enzymatic saccharification and hydrogen production
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Fungal pretreatment of sulfides in refractory gold ores
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Fungal pretreatment of switchgrass for improved saccharification and simultaneous enzyme production
539
Fungal pretreatment of unsterilized yard trimmings for enhanced methane production by solid-state anaerobic digestion
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Fungal pretreatment of yard trimmings for enhancement of methane yield from solid-state anaerobic digestion
541
Fungal pretreatment: An alternative in second-generation ethanol from wheat straw
542
Fungal problems in Kenya
543
Fungal production of calcium oxalate in leaf litter microcosms
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Fungal production of calcium oxalate in leaf litter microcosms
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Fungal production of eicosapentaenoic and arachidonic acids from industrial waste streams and crude soybean oil
546
Fungal profiles in various milk thistle botanicals from US retail
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Fungal Prosthetic Valve Endocarditis by Candida parapsilosis: A Case Report
548
Fungal pulmonary abscess in an adult secondary to hyperimmunoglobulin E (Jobʹs) syndrome
549
Fungal Purulent Constrictive Pericarditis in a Heart Transplant Patient
550
Fungal Rhino Sinusitisin in Tehran, Iran
551
Fungal solid state culture of palm kernel cake
552
Fungal solid state fermentation on agro-industrial wastes for acid wastewater decolorization in a continuous flow packed-bed bioreactor
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Fungal solid-state fermentation and various methods of enhancement in cellulase production
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Fungal solubilization of rock phosphate is enhanced by forming fungal–rhizobial biofilms
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Fungal solubilization of rock phosphate is enhanced by forming fungal–rhizobial biofilms
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Fungal spoilage of bottled mineral water
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Fungal spore content of the atmosphere of the Cave of Nerja (southern Spain): Diversity and origin Original Research Article
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Fungal spore fragmentation as a function of airflow rates and fungal generation methods
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Fungal spore source strength tester: laboratory evaluation of a new concept
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Fungal spores are transported long distances in smoke from biomass fires
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Fungal spores in faeces as evidence of fungus ingestion by sheep
562
Fungal stealth technology
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Fungal strain and incubation period affect chemical composition and nutrient availability of wheat straw for rumen fermentation
564
Fungal strains isolated from cork stoppers and the formation of 2,4,6-trichloroanisole involved in the cork taint of wine Original Research Article
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Fungal superhighways: do common mycorrhizal networks enhance below ground communication?
566
Fungal superhighways: do common mycorrhizal networks enhance below ground communication?
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Fungal survival during anaerobic digestion of organic household waste
568
Fungal survival in ensiled swine faeces
569
Fungal toxins affect the fitness and stable isotope fractionation of Collembola
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Fungal toxins affect the fitness and stable isotope fractionation of Collembola
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Fungal translocation as a mechanism for soil nitrogen inputs to surface residue decomposition in a no-tillage agroecosystem
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Fungal translocation as a mechanism for soil nitrogen inputs to surface residue decomposition in a no-tillage agroecosystem
573
Fungal treatment of a delignification effluent from a nitrocellulose industry
574
Fungal treatment of cornstalks enhances the delignification and xylan loss during mild alkaline pretreatment and enzymatic digestibility of glucan
575
Fungal urinary tract infection in an infant with posterior urethral valves
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Fungal volatile fingerprints: Discrimination between dermatophyte species and strains by means of an electronic nose
577
Fungal volatilization of trivalent and pentavalent arsenic under laboratory conditions
578
Fungal β-N-acetylhexosaminidases with high β-N-acetylgalactosaminidase activity and their use for synthesis of β-GalNAc-containing oligosaccharides
579
Fungal, bacterial and plant dsDNA contributions to soil total DNA extracted from silty soils under different farming practices: Relationships with chloroform-labile carbon
580
Fungal, bacterial and plant dsDNA contributions to soil total DNA extracted from silty soils under different farming practices: Relationships with chloroform-labile carbon
581
Fungal/bacterial ratios in grasslands with contrasting nitrogen management
582
Fungal/bacterial ratios in grasslands with contrasting nitrogen management
583
Fungal–arthropod–plant interactions from the Jurassic petrified forest Monumento Natural Bosques Petrificados, Patagonia, Argentina
584
Fungal–bacterial interaction on beech leaves: influence on decomposition and dissolved organic carbon quality
585
Fungal–bacterial interaction on beech leaves: influence on decomposition and dissolved organic carbon quality
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Fungal-feeding habits of six nematode isolates in the genus Filenchus
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Fungal-feeding habits of six nematode isolates in the genus Filenchus
588
Fungal-to-bacterial ratios in soils investigated for enhanced C sequestration
589
Fungal-to-bacterial ratios in soils investigated for enhanced C sequestration
590
Fungating Anorectal Carcinoma Causing Urinary Retention
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Fungating sister mary joseph’s nodule as an initial manifestation of transverse colon adenocarcinoma
592
Fungemia during murine cryptococcosis sheds some light on pathophysiology
593
Fungemia during murine cryptococcosis sheds some light on pathophysiology
594
Fungemia with Saccharomyces cerevisiae after treatment with Saccharomyces boulardii
595
Fungi associated with the powdery mildew of Buxus trees in Gorgan
596
Fungi and actinobacteria in moisture-damaged building materials — concentrations and diversity
597
FUNGI AND AFLATOXIN DETECTION IN TWO STORED OYSTER MUSHROOMS (PLEUROTUS OSTREATUS AND PLEUROTUS PULMONARIUS) FROM NIGERIA
598
Fungi and bacteria as helping agents for remediation of a Pb contaminated soil by Onopordum acanthium
599
Fungi and bacteria in mould-damaged and non-damaged office environments in a subarctic climate
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Fungi and food spoilage, 3rd ed, John I. Pitt, Ailsa D. Hocking. Springer (2009), ISBN: 978-0-387-92206-5
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Fungi and mycotoxins in cocoa: From farm to chocolate
602
Fungi and mycotoxins in vineyards and grape products
603
Fungi and their ability to decolourize azo and anthraquinonic dyes
604
Fungi as Biocontrol Agents: Progress, Problems and Potential
605
Fungi associated with apple and pear sooty blotch and flyspeck diseases in Guilan province, Iran
606
Fungi associated with ascocarps of desert truffles from different parts of Iran
607
Fungi associated with decayed sweet oranges (Citrus sinensis ) collected fromLapai, Niger State, Nigeria
608
Fungi associated with esca disease in grapevine
609
Fungi associated with Ips typographus on Picea abies in southern Poland and their succession into the phloem and sapwood of beetle-infested trees and logs
610
Fungi associated with necrotic apical parts of Fraxinus excelsior shoots
611
Fungi associated with root and crown rot of wheat in Khuzestan province, Iran
612
Fungi Associated with Root Rot of Winter Wheat in Alabama
613
FUNGI FREQUENCE OF CANDIDA GENUS AT THE PULMONARY PATENTS, THEIR IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERISATION
614
Fungi Identified in Patients with Recurrent Lung Disorders
615
Fungi in a heavy metal precipitating stream in the Mansfeld mining district, Germany
616
Fungi in century old managed soils could hold key to the development of soil water repellency
617
Fungi in century old managed soils could hold key to the development of soil water repellency
618
Fungi in Danish soils under organic and conventional farming
619
Fungi in decayed roots of conifer seedlings in forest nurseries, afforested clear-cuts and abandoned farmland
620
Fungi in deep-sea sediments of the Central Indian Basin
621
Fungi in housefly (Musca domestica L.) as a disease risk indicator—A case study in South Africa
622
Fungi in leaves, twigs and stem bark of Populus tremula from northern Spain
623
Fungi in the air of selected social welfare homes in the Małopolskie and Podlaskie provinces–a comparative study
624
Fungi ingestion as an important factor influencing heavy metal intake in roe deer: evidence from faeces
625
Fungi isolated from library materials: A review of the literature
626
Fungi mediate long term sequestration of carbon and nitrogen in soil through their priming effect
627
Fungi mediate long term sequestration of carbon and nitrogen in soil through their priming effect
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Fungi mediate nitrous oxide production but not ammonia oxidation in aridland soils of the southwestern US
629
Fungi mediate nitrous oxide production but not ammonia oxidation in aridland soils of the southwestern US
630
Fungi mediated production and practical purification of (R)-(−)-3-quinuclidinol
631
Fungi Resident in Chickpea Debris and their Suppression of Growth and Reproduction of Didymella rabiei under Laboratory Conditions
632
Fungi solubilisation of low rank coal: Performances of stirred tank, fluidised bed and packed bed reactors
633
FUNGI, INCLUDING FUSARIUM SPP., ON EARS OF CONVENTIONALLY AND ECOLOGICALLY GROWN WINTER WHEAT
634
Fungi, mycotoxins and phytoalexin in peanut varieties, during plant growth in the field
635
Fungibility and the flypaper effect of project aid: Micro-evidence for Vietnam
636
Fungicidal activity of pipernonaline, a piperidine alkaloid derived from long pepper, Piper longum L., against phytopathogenic fungi
637
Fungicidal Activity of Some Common Weed Extracts Against Different Plant Pathogenic Fungi
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Fungicidal activity of truncated analogues of dihydrosphingosine
639
Fungicidal Activity of Two Spermidine Analogues
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Fungicidal Activity of Volatiles from Selected Cruciferous Plants against Resting Propagules of Soil-borne Fungal Pathogens
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Fungicidal Activity: Chemical and Biological Approaches to Plant Protection, D. Hutson, J. Miyamoto (Eds.). John Wiley & Sons Ltd., Chichester UK (1998)
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Fungicidal amounts of antifungals are released from impregnated denture lining material for up to 28 days
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Fungicidal amounts of antifungals are released from impregnated denture lining material for up to 28 days
644
Fungicidal control of foliar diseases of white lupin (Lupinus albus)
645
Fungicidal effect of Origanum vulgare essential oil against Candida glabrata and its cytotoxicity against macrophages
646
Fungicidal effects of azoxystrobin and epoxiconazole on phyllosphere fungi, senescence and yield of winter wheat
647
Fungicidal properties of individual components of copper–ethanolamine-based wood preservatives
648
Fungicidal property of active component derived from Acorus gramineus rhizome against phytopathogenic fungi
649
Fungicidal value of wood tar from pyrolysis of treated wood
650
Fungicidal values of bio-oils and their lignin-rich fractions obtained from wood/bark fast pyrolysis Original Research Article
651
Fungicidal versus Fungistatic activity of five Iranian essences against fluconazole resistant Candida species
652
Fungicide and insecticide properties of cardboard panels made from used beverage carton with veneer overlay
653
Fungicide application and host-resistance for potato late blight management: benefits assessment from on-farm studies in S.W. Uganda
654
Fungicide application and phosphorus uptake by hyphae of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi into field-grown peas
655
Fungicide application and phosphorus uptake by hyphae of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi into field-grown peas
656
Fungicide chinomethionate as a new family of photoinducible DNA-cleaving agents
657
Fungicide contamination of Mediterranean estuarine waters: Results from a MED POL pilot survey
658
Fungicide dissipation and impact on metolachlor aerobic soil degradation and soil microbial dynamics Original Research Article
659
Fungicide effect of banana column juice on tomato southern blight caused by Sclerotium rolfsii: Technical and economic efficiency
660
Fungicide effects on ammonium and amino acids of Monastrell grapes
661
Fungicide impacts on microbial communities in soils with contrasting management histories Original Research Article
662
Fungicide management strategies for control of strawberry fruit rot diseases in Louisiana and Mississippi
663
Fungicide Resistance and Osmotic Stress Sensitivity in os Mutants of Neurospora crassa
664
Fungicide treatments affect yield and moisture content of grain and straw in winter wheat
665
Fungicide use under risk in Swiss wheat production Pages 1-9
666
Fungicide–herbicide interaction in soybean (Glycine max)
667
Fungicides and photochemistry photodegradation of the dicarboximide fungicide iprodione
668
Fungicides and photochemistry photodegradation of the dicarboximide fungicide procymidone
669
Fungicides cytotoxicity expressed in male gametophyte development in Brassica campestris after in vitro application of converted field doses
670
Fungicides effectively used for growth inhibition of several fungi could induce mycotoxin biosynthesis in toxigenic species
671
Fungicides for control of flower and berry infections of Botrytis cinerea in boysenberry
672
Fungicides in Crop Protection. . H. G. Hewitt. 15 × 23 cm, 232 pp. UK, Wallingford: CABI [ http://www.cabi.org] 1998. £22.50. ISBN 0851992013 (paperback).
673
Fungistasis and general soil biostasis – A new synthesis
674
Fungistasis and general soil biostasis – A new synthesis
675
Fungistatic activity of flaxseed in potato dextrose agar and a fresh noodle system
676
Fungistatic and fungicidal activities of murine polymorphonuclear leucocytes against yeast cells of Paracoccidioides brasiliensis
677
Fungistatic and fungicidal activities of murine polymorphonuclear leucocytes against yeast cells of Paracoccidioides brasiliensis
678
Fungitoxic activity of Indian borage (Plectranthus amboinicus) volatiles
679
Fungitoxic responses of rice callus culture as an expression of inheritable resistance to blast. Implication of active oxygen
680
Fungitoxicity of aqueous and organic solvent extracts of Datura metel against Ascochyta rabiei
681
Fungus ball: Clinical presentation, diagnosis and treatment in 31 cases
682
Fungus mediated synthesis of biomedically important cerium oxide nanoparticles
683
Fungus β-glycosidases: immobilization and use in alkyl-β-glycoside synthesis
684
Fungus-mediated Extracellular Biosynthesis and Characterization of Zirconium Nanoparticles Using Standard Penicillium Species and Their Preliminary Bactericidal Potential: A Novel Biological Approach to Nanoparticle Synthesis
685
Fungus–plant interaction in a Thuringian (Late Permian) Dadoxylon sp. in the SE Iberian Ranges, eastern Spain
686
Funktionelle Phosphane: Part X. Die homogene Hydrierung von Ketonen und α,β-ungesättigten Carbonylverbindungen mit 2-(Diphenylphosphanyl)anilido-Komplexen des Iridiums und Rhodiums als Katalysatoren. Molekülstrukturen von [Rh(PPh3)2(2-Ph2PC6H4NH-κN,κP)] u
687
Funktionelle Phosphane: Part XI. Optisch reine β-Aminophosphane und β-Aminophosphinite für die komplexkatalysierte Reduktion organischer Carbonylverbindungen. Molekülstrukturen von [(1R,2R)-Ph2PCH(Ph)CH(Me)NH2Me]Cl, (1R,2S)-Ph2PCH(Ph)CH(Me)NHSO2Me und [{(
688
FUNMIG Integrated Project results and conclusions from a safety case perspective
689
FuNN/2—A fuzzy neural network architecture for adaptive learning and knowledge acquisition
690
Funnel filters: a new class of filters for frequency estimation of harmonic signals
691
Funnel graft to innominate vein to control epicardial bleeding
692
Funneled flow mechanisms in layered soil: field investigations
693
Funnelform single-drop microextraction for gas chromatography–electron-capture detection
694
Funneling auxin action: specificity in signal transduction
695
Funneling experiments
696
Funneling experiments
697
Funneling experiments
698
Funnel-structured TiO2 electrode for improved charge extraction in dye-sensitized solar cell
699
Funorans from Gloiopeltis species. Part I. Extraction and structural characteristics
700
Funorans from Gloiopeltis species. Part II. Rheology and thermal properties
701
Fun-Sort—or the chaos of unordered binary search Original Research Article
702
FUNSPIN polarized cold-neutron beam at PSI
703
FUNSPIN polarized cold-neutron beam at PSI
704
FUO due to sarcoidosis-lymphoma syndrome
705
Fuorinated hydrogen bonding liquid crystals based on Schiff base
706
Für eine Grammatische Kategorie ‘Respekt’ im Deutschen: Synchronie, Diachronie und Typologie der deutschen Anredepronomina: Horst J. Simon, Max Niemeyer, Tübingen, 2003, xii + 236 pp., € 68.00
707
Fur seal activity moderates the effects of an Australian marine sanctuary on temperate reef fish
708
Fur seal populations facilitate establishment of exotic vascular plants
709
Furan- and pyrrole-containing analogs of α-quinquethiophene: spectroscopic and electrochemical properties
710
Furan and thiophene in liquid phase: An X-ray and molecular dynamics study
711
Furan- and thiophene-functionalised bis-carbene ligands: Synthesis, silver(I) complexes, and catalysis
712
Furan approach to the synthesis of the A-ring of Vitamin D analogues
713
Furan as a 1,3-diketone equivalent: the second type furan recyclization applied to indole synthesis
714
Furan decorated nucleoside analogues as fluorescent probes: synthesis, photophysical evaluation, and site-specific incorporation
715
Furan derivatives of substituted phenylthiourea: spectral studies, semi-empirical quantum-chemical calculations and X-ray structure analyses
716
Furan derivatives of tellurium: Synthesis and structural comparison with the thiophene analogues
717
Furan formation during UV-treatment of fruit juices
718
Furan formation from fatty acids as a result of storage, gamma irradiation, UV-C and heat treatments
719
Furan formation from vitamin C in a starch-based model system: Influence of the reaction conditions
720
Furan formation in starch-based model systems containing carbohydrates in combination with proteins, ascorbic acid and lipids
721
Furan in the baby-food samples purchased from the Finnish markets – Determination with SPME–GC–MS
722
Furan induction of DNA cross-linking and strand breaks in turkey fetal liver in comparison to 1,3-propanediol
723
Furan levels in fruit and vegetables juices, nutrition drinks and bakery products Original Research Article
724
Furan manufacture from softwood hemicelluloses by aqueous fractionation and further reaction in a catalyzed ionic liquid: a biorefinery approach
725
Furan ring opening–furan ring closure: cascade rearrangement of novel 4-acetoxy-9-furylnaphtho[2,3-b]furans
726
Furan ring opening—indole ring closure: a new modification of the Reissert reaction for indole synthesis
727
Furan ring opening—indole ring closure: pseudooxidative furan ring opening in the synthesis of indoles
728
Furan ring opening–indole ring closure: recyclization of 2-(2-aminophenyl)furans into 2-(2-oxoalkyl)indoles
729
Furan ring opening–indole ring closure: SnCl2-induced reductive transformation of difuryl(2-nitroaryl)methanes into 2-(2-acylvinyl)indoles
730
Furan ring opening–isochromene ring closure: a new approach to isochromene ring synthesis
731
Furan ring opening–pyrrole ring closure. A simple route to 1,2,3,4-tetrahydropyrrolo[1,2-a]pyrazin-3-ones
732
Furan synthesis through AuCl3-catalysed cycloisomerisation of β-alkynyl β-ketoesters
733
Furanaphin: a novel naphtho[2,3-c]furan-4(1H)-one derivative from the aphid Aphis spiraecola Patch
734
Furan-based poly(esteramide)s by bulk copolycondensation
735
Furandicarboxylate derivatives as excellent fluorescence standards: Spectroscopical and electrochemical study
736
Furanocembranoid Diterpenes as Defensive Compounds in the Dufour Gland of the Ant Crematogaster brevispinosa rochai
737
Furanochromone radical cations: generation, characterization and interaction with DNA Original Research Article
738
Furanocoumarin and polyacetylenic compound composition of wild Glehnia littoralis in North America
739
Furanocoumarins from Heracleum rawianum in Iran
740
Furanocoumarins: Novel topoisomerase I inhibitors from Ruta graveolens L. Original Research Article
741
Furanoid sugar amino acid based peptidomimetics: well-defined solution conformations to gel-like structures
742
Furanones as potential anti-bacterial coatings on biomaterials
743
Furanose ring conformations in a 1′-alkynyl C-nucleoside and the dinucleotide
744
Furanose vs. acyclic forms of carbohydrate ligands. A multinuclear NMR spectroscopy study of the molybdate and tungstate complexes of d-glycero-l-manno-heptose
745
Furanoside phosphite–phosphoroamidite: new ligand class for the asymmetric nickel-catalyzed trialkylaluminium addition to aldehydes
746
Furanoside thioether–phosphinite ligands for Pd-catalyzed asymmetric allylic substitution reactions: Scope and limitations
747
Furanosteroid studies. Improved synthesis of the A,B,C,E-ring core of viridin
748
Furan–polyether-modified chitosans as photosensitive polymer electrolytes
749
Furans in polymer chemistry
750
Furans with basic side chains: synthesis and biological evaluation of a novel series of antagonists with selectivity for the estrogen receptor alpha
751
Furanyl nucleosides: synthesis and kinetics of their formation
752
Furanyl spiroketals as stereochemical relays in the synthesis of 1,9-anti diols: synthesis of insect pheromones
753
Furanyl spiroketals: thermodynamic control of remote asymmetry
754
Furanyl-1,3-thiazol-2-yl and benzoxazol-5-yl acetic acid derivatives: novel classes of heparanase inhibitor
755
Furazolidone and Helicobacter pylori Treatment
756
Furazolidone induces apoptosis through activating reactive oxygen species-dependent mitochondrial signaling pathway and suppressing PI3K/Akt signaling pathway in HepG2 cells
757
Furazolidone-Based Quadruple Therapy for Eradication of Helicobacter pylori Infection in Peptic Ulcer Disease
758
Furazolidone-Based, Metronidazole-Based, or a Combination Regimen for Eradication of Helicobacter pylori in Peptic Ulcer Disease
759
Fur-bearing species and Scottish islands
760
Fur–DNA Interactions at the Bidirectional fepDGC-entS Promoter Region in Escherichia coli
761
Furfural degradation in a dilute acidic and saline solution in the presence of glucose Original Research Article
762
Furfural formation from d-xylose: the use of different halides in dilute aqueous acidic solutions allows for exceptionally high yields Original Research Article
763
Furfural formation from the pre-hydrolysis liquor of a hardwood kraft-based dissolving pulp production process
764
Furfural from wood in catalyzed acetic acid media: A mathematical assessment
765
Furfural production from rice husk using sulfuric acid and a solid acid catalyst through a two-stage process Original Research Article
766
Furfural production from steam explosion liquor of rice straw by solid acid catalysts (HZSM-5)
767
Furfural production from xylose using sulfonic ion-exchange resins (Amberlyst) and simultaneous stripping with nitrogen
768
Furfural steam reforming over Ni-based catalysts. Influence of Ni incorporation method
769
Furfurals removal from roasted coffee powder by vacuum treatment
770
Furfuryl alcohol polymerisation by iodine in methylene chloride
771
Furfuryl alcohol polymerisation inside capillaries
772
Furnace and laser methods of bonding metals to ceramics: interface investigation
773
Furnace and laser methods of bonding metals to ceramics: interface investigation
774
Furnace and laser methods of bonding metals to ceramics: phenomenological investigation
775
Furnace and laser methods of bonding metals to ceramics: phenomenological investigation
776
Furnace brazing type 304 stainless steel to vanadium alloy (V–5Cr–5Ti)
777
Furnace for biomass combustion – Comparison of model with experimental data
778
Furnace geometry effects on plume dynamics in laser ablation for nanotube synthesis Original Research Article
779
Furnace instrumentation improves quality of heat treated products and simplifies furnace operation
780
Furnace instrumentation improves quality of heat-treated products
781
Furnace integration into processes justified by detailed calculation using a simple mathematical model
782
Furnace water-wall slag deposition testing in a 0.5 MWt combustion pilot plant
783
Furnishing hypnotic instructions with implementation intentions enhances hypnotic responsiveness
784
Furniture supply chain tactical planning optimization using a time decomposition approach
785
Furniture tipping accidents: redesign for prevention
786
Furo- and thieno-fused 1,3-diazepine-4,6-diones
787
Furo[3,2-b]pyridine: a convenient unit for the synthesis of polyheterocycles
788
Furo[3,2-h]isochroman, furo[3,2-h]isoquinoline, isochroman, phenol, pyranone, and pyrone derivatives from the sea fan-derived fungus Penicillium sp. PSU-F40
789
Furo[3′,2′:3,4]naphtho[1,2-d]imidazole derivatives as potential inhibitors of inflammatory factors in sepsis Original Research Article
790
Furocoumarins and coumarins photoinactivate Colletotrichum acutatum and Aspergillus nidulans fungi under solar radiation
791
Furocoumarins from grapefruit juice and their effect on human CYP 3A4 and CYP 1B1 isoenzymes Original Research Article
792
Furocoumarins from Heracleum rawianum in Iran
793
Furocoumarins photolysis products induce differentiation of human erythroid cells
794
Furocoumarins, terpenes and sterols from Esenbeckia ovata Kunth (Rutaceae)
795
Furoic and mefenamic acids as new matrices for matrix assisted laser desorption/ionization-(MALDI)-mass spectrometry
796
Furoquinoline alkaloids isolated from Balfourodendron riedelianum as photosynthetic inhibitors in spinach chloroplasts
797
Furoquinoline alkaloids, furocoumarins and terpenes from Esenbeckia litoralis (Rutaceae)
798
Furosemide Action on Cerebellar GABAA Receptors in Alcohol-Sensitive ANT Rats
799
Furosemide administration affects mineral excretion and balance in non-exercised and exercised Thoroughbreds
800
Furosemide and the progression of left ventricular dysfunction in experimental heart failure Original Research Article
801
Furosemide in the long-term management of heart failure: The good, the bad, and the uncertain
802
Furosemide Induced Electrocardiographic Alterations in High Producing Holstein Dairy Cows
803
Furosemide Loaded Silica-Lipid Hybrid Microparticles: Formulation Development, in vitro and ex vivo Evaluation
804
Furosemide withdrawal in elderly heart failure patients with preserved left ventricular systolic function
805
Furosemide-induced recurrent syncope in myxedema
806
Furosine is a useful indicator in pre-baked breads
807
Furostanol saponins from Yucca gloriosa L. rhizomes
808
Furostanol saponins in Allium caepa L. Var. tropeana seeds
809
Furoxan analogues of the histamine H3-receptor antagonist imoproxifan and related furazan derivatives Original Research Article
810
Furrow diking in conservation tillage
811
Furrow infiltration and roughness prediction for different furrow inflow hydrographs using a zero-inertia model with a multilevel calibration approach
812
Furrow infiltration estimation from time to a single advance point
813
Furrow irrigation design with multicriteria analysis
814
FURROW IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT AND DESIGN CRITERIA USING EFFICIENCY PARAMETERS AND SIMULATION MODELS
815
Furrow Irrigation Performance under Spatially Varying Conditions
816
Furrow parameters in rotary strip-tillage: Effect of blade geometry and rotary speed
817
Furstenberg families and chaos on uniform limit maps
818
Further ‘tethered’ Ru(II) catalysts for asymmetric transfer hydrogenation (ATH) of ketones; the use of a benzylic linker and a cyclohexyldiamine ligand
819
Further absolute geomagnetic paleointensities from Baja California: evaluation of Pliocene and Early/Middle Pleistocene data
820
Further abuse of sexually abused children
821
Further accuracy tests on Adomian decomposition method for chaotic systems
822
Further acetogenins from Tasmanian collections of Caulocystis cephalornithos demonstrating chemical variability
823
Further advances in aging studies for RPCs
824
Further advances in aging studies for RPCs
825
Further advances in predicting species distributions
826
Further advances in predicting species distributions
827
Further advances in the moments method for aerosol coagulation, growth and removal
828
Further advances on low-energy lunar impact dynamics
829
Further advances toward the development of a direct heating solar thermal chemical reactor for the thermal dissociation of ZnO(s)
830
Further aerodynamic studies of Lions’ Gate Bridge – 3 lane renovation
831
Further all-loop results in softly-broken supersymmetric gauge theories
832
Further amino acid racemisation evidence for glacial age, multiple lowstand deposition on the New South Wales outer continental shelf, southeastern Australia
833
Further amplitude analysis of JΨ → γ(π+π−π+π−)
834
Further analyses of clock drawings among demented and nondemented older subjects
835
Further analyses of the Delirium Rating Scale
836
Further analyses on Micronesian banana, taro, breadfruit and other foods for provitamin A carotenoids and minerals
837
Further analyses on Micronesian banana, taro, breadfruit and other foods for provitamin A carotenoids and minerals
838
Further analysis of a direct soft photon excess in π−p interactions at 280 GeV/c
839
Further analysis of anti-human leukocyte mAbs with reactivity to equine leukocytes by two-colour flow cytometry and immunohistochemistry
840
Further analysis of anti-human leukocyte mAbs with reactivity to equine leukocytes by two-colour flow cytometry and immunohistochemistry
841
Further analysis of chemical kinetic structure of a standoff microjet methane diffusion flame near extinction
842
Further analysis of delayed luminescence of plants
843
Further analysis of end effects for plane deformations of sandwich strips
844
Further analysis of global robust stability of neural networks with multiple time delays
845
Further analysis of interpolation effects in mutual information-based image registration
846
Further analysis of long-term measurements on board of Czech airlines aircraft
847
Further analysis of long-term measurements on board of Czech airlines aircraft
848
Further Analysis of Maize C4 Pyruvate,Orthophosphate Dikinase Phosphorylation by Its Bifunctional Regulatory Protein Using Selective Substitutions of the Regulatory Thr-456 and Catalytic His-458 Residues
849
Further analysis of spurious causality Original Research Article
850
Further analysis of the antimicrobial activity of α-phenylseleno citronellal and α-phenylseleno citronellol
851
Further analysis of the BFKL equation with momentum cutoffs Original Research Article
852
Further analysis of the electron cyclotron current drive experiments on RTP
853
Further analysis of the Internet key exchange protocol
854
Further analysis of the liquidity and\Information components of\Institutional orders: Active versus passive funds
855
Further analysis of the number of spanning trees in circulant graphs Original Research Article
856
Further analysis of the phenotype and distribution of tumor cells in sporadic B-cell and T-cell lymphomas in the lymph node and spleen of cattle
857
Further analysis of the phenotype and distribution of tumor cells in sporadic B-cell and T-cell lymphomas in the lymph node and spleen of cattle
858
Further analysis of the structure and immunological activity of an RG-I type pectin from Panax ginseng
859
Further analysis of the transient dynamic response of piezoelectric bodies subjected to electric impulses
860
Further analysis on classifications of PDE(s) with variable coefficients
861
Further analysis on complete stability of cellular neural networks with delay Original Research Article
862
Further analysis on global robust exponential stability of neural networks with time-varying delays
863
Further Analysis on Solubility Measurement and Thermodynamic Modeling of Benzoic Acid in Monosolvents and Binary Mixtures
864
Further analysis on uniform stability of impulsive infinite delay differential equations
865
Further analytical investigation into centrodes of the planar FBL: Symbolic representations, double points, tacnodes, degenerate forms
866
Further Anatomical Insights Regarding the Ross Procedure
867
Further antineoplastic terpenylquinones and terpenylhydroquinones Original Research Article
868
Further application of a modified spontaneous emulsification solvent diffusion method to various types of PLGA and PLA polymers for preparation of nanoparticles
869
Further application of a two-step heparin affinity chromatography method using divalent cations as eluents: Purification and identification of membrane-bound heparin binding proteins from the mitochondrial fraction of HL-60 cells
870
Further applications of “bilayer artificial skin”
871
Further applications of a general rate conservation law
872
Further Approaches to the Quaternary Structure of Octopus Hemocyanin: A Model Based on Immunoelectron Microscopy and Image Processing
873
Further argument for the existence of a pacemaker in the human information processing system
874
Further Aspects of Anemia, Heart Failure, and Erythropoietin
875
Further aspects of negation in French
876
Further aspects of the British index of secondary car safety
877
Further assessment of a generalized plate model: stress analysis of angle-ply laminates
878
Further assessment of the coupling load decomposition technique for the vibration analyses of planar coupled structures
879
Further asymptotic size Ramsey results obtained via linear programming Original Research Article
880
Further Barriers to Conversations About Deactivation of Implantable Cardioverter-Defibrillators
881
Further bibasic hypergeometric transformations and their applications
882
Further Biochemical Characterization of Rabbit Reticulocyte eIF-4B
883
Further bounds for the smallest singular value and the spectral condition number
884
Further carbonization of anisotropic and isotropic pitch-based carbons by microwave irradiation Original Research Article
885
Further characterisation of particulate neuronal nitric oxide synthase in rat small intestine
886
Further Characterisation of the 91500 Zircon Crystal
887
Further characterisation of the functional neuroanatomy associated with prosodic emotion decoding
888
Further Characterization by Site-Directed Mutagenesis of the Protein-Protein Interface in the Ferredoxin/Ferredoxin:NADP+ Reductase System from Anabaena: Requirement of a Negative Charge at Position 94 in Ferredoxin for Rapid Electron Transfer
889
Further characterization of [3H]U69593 binding sites in the rat heart
890
Further characterization of basic trades
891
Further characterization of cation channels present in the chicken red blood cell membrane
892
Further Characterization of CD82/IA4 Antigen (Type III Surface Protein): An Activation/Differentiation Marker of Mononuclear Cells
893
Further characterization of cross-reactive anti-human leukocyte mAbs by use of equine leukocyte cell lines EqT8888 and eCAS
894
Further characterization of cross-reactive anti-human leukocyte mAbs by use of equine leukocyte cell lines EqT8888 and eCAS
895
Further characterization of degenerated human cartilage with differential scanning calorimetry
896
Further Characterization of Human Microsomal 3α-Hydroxysteroid Dehydrogenase
897
FURTHER CHARACTERIZATION OF OLIVE LEAF YELLOWING-ASSOCIATED VIRUS
898
Further Characterization of the Binding of Fibronectin to Gelatin Reveals the Presence of Different Binding Interactions
899
Further Characterization of the Major and Minor RabbitFMO1Promoters and Identification of both Positive and Negative Distal Regulatory Elements
900
FURTHER CHARACTERIZATION OF THE PHENOTYPE OF mCryl/mCry2-DEFICIENT MICE
901
Further Characterization ofEscherichia coliAlanyl–tRNA Synthetase
902
Further Characterizations of (m,mʹʹ)-Open Maps, (m,mʹʹ)-Closed Maps and (m,mʹʹ)-Continuous Maps
903
Further characterizations of L-fuzzy H-set
904
Further characterizations of the Hirsch index
905
Further chemical modification of trehalase inhibitor trehazolin: Structure and inhibitory-activity relationship of the inhibitor Original Research Article
906
Further chemical studies on the Antarctic nudibranch Austrodoris kerguelenensis: new terpenoid acylglycerols and revision of the previous stereochemistry
907
Further chemistry of ruthenium butatrienylidene complexes
908
Further clarifications about the success-index
909
Further clarifications on the parcel model
910
Further clues emerge for strategies to attack HIV
911
Further combinatorial constructions for optimal frequency-hopping sequences
912
Further combinatorial identities deriving from the nth power of a image matrix
913
Further comment on the lack of utility of sexual behavior problems as measured by the Child Sexual Behavior Inventory in Diagnosing Sexual Abuse: a reply to Friedrich, Gully, and Trane (2004)
914
Further comment: Coulombic effects on the adsorption of trace cations on clays
915
Further comments on fibrosing colonopathy study
916
Further comments on fibrosing colonopathy study
917
Further comments on fibrosing colonopathy study
918
Further comments on fibrosing colonopathy study
919
Further comments on fibrosing colonopathy study
920
Further comments on fibrosing colonopathy study
921
Further comments on fieldwork in Thailand
922
FURTHER COMMENTS ON NONLINEAR VIBRATIONS OF SHELLS
923
Further comments on peer review
924
Further comments on residual heat estimation in Tehran Research Reactor (TRR) using Cherenkov radiation
925
Further comments on residual heat estimation in Tehran Research Reactor (TRR) using Cherenkov radiation
926
Further Comments on Stationarity Tests in Series with Structural Breaks at Unknown Points
927
Further comments on the background field method and gauge-invariant effective actions Original Research Article
928
Further comments on the nature and measurement of anxiety sensitivity: A reply to Taylor (1995b)
929
Further comments on the origin of oysters
930
Further comments on the paper by Zinoviev and Bies, “On acoustic radiation by a rigid object in a fluid flow”
931
Further comments on the sequential probability ratio testing methods
932
Further comments on: Suris-Regueiro, Varela-Lafuente and Iglesias-Malvido, “Effectiveness of the structural fisheries policy in the European Union”. Marine Policy 2003;27(6):535–44
933
Further comparison of additive and multiplicative coarse grid correction
934
Further consequences of viewing LIML as an iterated Aitken estimator
935
Further consideration of the gas–liquid chromatographic method for determining the intramolecular hydrogen bond energies with the example of 2-substituted phenols
936
Further considerations of a general d′ in multidimensional space
937
Further considerations of engine emissions from subsonic aircraft at cruise altitude
938
Further considerations on entropy estimations of actinide compounds: AmCl3 and AmCl2
939
Further considerations on residual-free bubbles for advective-diffusive equations Original Research Article
940
Further considerations on the evaluation of potential reduced-risk tobacco products. Part II: Re-assessment of a heuristic using the CPS-II database
941
Further constraints for Permo-Carboniferous magnetostratigraphy: case study of the sedimentary sequence from San Salvador–Patlanoaya (Mexico)
942
Further constraints on the African superplume structure
943
Further Constructions of Control-Lyapunov Functions and Stabilizing Feedbacks for Systems Satisfying the Jurdjevic–Quinn Conditions
944
Further contributions on the flow past a stationary and confined cylinder: Creeping and slowly moving flow of Power law fluids
945
Further contributions to nonisomorphic two level orthogonal arrays
946
Further Contributions to the Development of a Differential Set of Pea Cultivars (Pisum sativum) to Investigate the Virulence of Isolates of Aphanomyces euteiches
947
Further Contributions to the Genetic Aspect of Congenital Sensorineural Deafness in Dalmatians
948
Further controversial provisions in the bill
949
Further convergence and stability results for the generalized Richardson extrapolation process GREP(1) with an application to the D(1)-transformation for infinite integrals
950
Further Conversation on ‘Correlation of Entrainment for Annular Flow in Horizontal Pipes’, by Pan, L. and Hanratty, T.J., Int. J. Multiphase Flow, 28(3), (2002), pp. 385–408. by A. Al-Sarkhi and C. Sarica
951
Further data on solar radiation in Shiraz, Iran
952
Further data on the levels of emerging Fusarium mycotoxins enniatins (A, A1, B, B1), beauvericin and fusaproliferin in breakfast and infant cereals from Morocco
953
Further data on the occurrence of Fusarium emerging mycotoxins enniatins (A, A1, B, B1), fusaproliferin and beauvericin in raw cereals commercialized in Morocco
954
Further data on the presence of Fusarium emerging mycotoxins enniatins, fusaproliferin and beauvericin in cereals available on the Spanish markets
955
Further data on the production of beauvericin, enniatins and fusaproliferin and toxicity to Artemia salina by Fusarium species of Gibberella fujikuroi species complex
956
Further data on the structure of brown seaweed fucans: relationships with anticoagulant activity
957
Further decompositions of complete tripartite graphs into 5-cycles Original Research Article
958
Further defining the risks confronting twins, ,
959
Further delay to Canadaʹs research funding
960
Further demonstration of improved performance from lead-acid batteries manufactured with bismuth-bearing high-purity lead
961
Further detailing of the Bose–Einstein negative-U state in the high temperature superconducting cuprates Original Research Article
962
Further details on the applicability of Thellier paleointensity method: The effect of magnitude of laboratory field
963
Further determinants with the averaging property of Andrews-Burge
964
FURTHER DETERMINATION OF CADMIUM IONS IN WATER BY AN ELECTROCHEMILUMINESCENCE METHOD
965
Further Development for Testing the Effects of Pesticides on Wolf Spiders
966
Further development of a Causal model for Air Transport Safety (CATS): Building the mathematical heart
967
Further development of a Causal model for Air Transport Safety (CATS): Building the mathematical heart
968
Further development of a long-term care regional database for standardizing nosocomial infections surveillance: a trial of risk stratification methods
969
Further development of a low-cost release method for sterile Queensland fruit fly Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt) in rural New South Wales
970
Further development of a microchannel steam reformer for diesel fuel
971
Further development of a model for rod ricochet
972
Further development of a neural network for panic disorder
973
Further development of an Australian-based measure of social capital in a US sample
974
Further development of an electrochemical DNA hybridization biosensor based on long-range electron transfer
975
Further development of an illness perception intervention for myocardial infarction patients: A randomized controlled trial
976
Further development of data acquisition system of the Akeno Giant Air Shower Array
977
Further development of data acquisition system of the Akeno Giant Air Shower Array
978
Further development of integrated implosion code based on ILESTA-2D
979
Further development of large-scale atomistic modelling techniques for Fe–Cr alloys
980
Further development of lithium/polycarbon monofluoride envelope cells
981
Further development of measures of early math performance for preschoolers
982
Further Development of NdFeB Magnet Industry in China
983
Further development of silk sericin as a biomaterial: comparative investigation of the procedures for its isolation from Bombyx mori silk cocoons
984
Further development of software for the design and simulation of industrial thickeners
985
Further development of temperature determination for a heated micron-sized particle from forced convection
986
Further development of the hybrid model for polycrystal deformation Original Research Article
987
Further development of the PSRK model for the prediction of gas solubilities and vapor-liquid -equilibria at low and high pressures II
988
Further development of the pulsed wire technique for magnetic field and focusing strength measurements in long undulators
989
Further development of the pulsed wire technique for magnetic field and focusing strength measurements in long undulators
990
Further development, status and results of the PSRK method for the prediction of vapor-liquid equilibria and gas solubilities
991
Further development, status and results of the PSRK method for the prediction of vapor-liquid equilibria and gas solubilities
992
Further developments and beam tests of the gas electron multiplier (GEM)
993
Further developments and beam tests of the gas electron multiplier (GEM)
994
Further developments in CIS monograin layer solar cells technology
995
Further developments in J evaluation procedure for growing cracks based on LLD and CMOD data
996
Further developments in mechanical decoupling of large thermal detectors
997
Further developments in mechanical decoupling of large thermal detectors
998
Further developments in star cluster spectral libraries
999
Further developments in the CUORICINO experiment
1000
Further developments in the CUORICINO experiment
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