(conj.) By or for the cause that; on this account that; for the reason that.
(conj.) In order that; that.
(1) Forthy-seven students listed six or more departments and 43 described 11 or more conditions that might be seen.
(2) Conversely, lines such as "Forthi, iwysse, bi zowre wylle, wende me bihoues" are incomprehensible to the general reader.
(3) It appears, therefore, that a faily high proportion fo tetracycline-resistant strains isolated at the present time are resistant of concentrations of minocycline unattainbale in vivo with the recommended dosage forthis antibiotic (Fishk & Tunevall, 1969).
(4) The half-maximal response forthis effect with FGF was observed at 4 X 10(-11)M and with EGF at 1.5 X 10(-13)M. Autoradiography demonstrated that the whole cell population initiated DNA synthesis in the presence of either EGF or FGF, thus precluding an additive effect of the two mitogens.