(1) It is a place that occupies two thirds of our planet but very little is known of vast swaths of it.
(2) Women seldom occupy higher positions in a [criminal] organisation, and are rather used for menial, but often dangerous tasks ,” it notes.
(3) At day 7 MD occupy about 14% area of posterior retina in transverse sections in Campbell rats versus 7% in normal animals.
(4) Here we report on the identification of four loci, pim-1, bmi-1, pal-1, and bla-1, which are occupied by proviruses in 35%, 35%, 28%, and 14% of the tumors, respectively.
(5) The statistical figures indicated that infections diseases occupied a dominant position in 1950s, while in recent years cardiovascular diseases and malignant tumors have become the major diseases.
(6) From the comparison of the sets of proteins labelled when A-site was free or occupied a conclusion was drawn that aminoacyl-tRNA located in ribosomal A-site affects the arrangement of deacylated tRNA in P-site.
(7) A spokesman for the UNHCR said that while there were many agencies working in Walungu, they had "minimal presence" in villages close to areas still occupied by Hutu militias known as FDLR.
(8) The first two peptides have been proposed to occupy inter-transmembrane regions while the third represented the C-terminal segment, proposed by various models to be either extracellular or intracellular.
(9) A key part of the reason why Addenbrooke’s hospital in Cambridge, one of the NHS’s most prestigious hospitals, was put into special measures last week was that 200 of its beds were being occupied by patients who could not leave because there was a lack of social care in place to support them.
(10) This species has only one lung, the right, which is long and occupies most of the pleuro-peritoneal cavity.
(11) The area occupied by parenchymal cells, in sections comprising the entire half of the surface of the carotid body, is significantly greater in people born and living at 14,350 feet than in those at sea level.
(12) Ninety pharmacists are employed in 13 hospital pharmacies; half of the pharmacists are occupied bb drug product manufacturing.
(13) Nursing occupied about 210 min in 8 daylight hours for the infants at 10 weeks of age, and the time spent nursing decreased at the average rate of 9.4 min per week until the infants were about 6 months old.
(14) The lower lipid content, expressed as weight per unit weight of tissue, in palmo-plantar stratum corneum as compared to non-palmo-plantar stratum corneum may be related to the fact that a larger portion of the intercellular space of the former tissue is occupied by desmosomes.
(15) Occupied hyaluronate binding sites were measured by the displacement of radiolabeled cell surface hyaluronate with exogenous, unlabeled hyaluronate.
(16) Regarding space occupying lesions in the abdomen angiography is an aid in diagnosis and differential diagnosis and provides information on the curability.
(17) Cells of type-4 occupy the caudal part with a dorsorostral extension.
(18) While no fixed relation was found between the degree of histologic differentiation and T cell infiltration, fewer T cells were observed in the cases where cancer penetrated to the depth of cancer invasion and where it occupied a large area.
(19) In submandibular glands, 1 to 4 weeks after ovariectomy, no changes were observed in percentages of the acinar, intercalated duct, and granular convoluted tubular areas occupying photomicrographs.
(20) There was no statistically significant difference in basal concentrations of immunoreactive atrial natriuretic peptide (ANP), as assessed by radioimmunoassay, between right and left atrial muscle of control rats; similarly, stereological analysis showed no statistically significant difference in the fractional volume of myocytes occupied by specific heart granules, or in numerical density of granules, between right and left atria.
(imp. & p. p.) of Reserve
(a.) Kept for future or special use, or for an exigency; as, reserved troops; a reserved seat in a theater.
(a.) Restrained from freedom in words or actions; backward, or cautious, in communicating one's thoughts and feelings; not free or frank.
(1) Surgical repair of the rheumatologic should however, is performed rarely, and should be reserved for the infrequent cases that do not respond to medical therapy.
(2) It is suggested that the normal cyclical release of LH is inhibited in PCO disease by a negative feedback by androgens to the hypothalamus or the pituitary, and that wedge resection should be reserved for patients in whom other forms of treatment have failed.
(3) The use of functional test with the ACTH administration demonstrated organic affection of the CNS to sharply aggravate the weakening and even the exhaustion of the functional reserves of the glomerular and the reticular zones of the adrenal cortex developing during thyrotoxicosis, and also the reserve possibilities of the sympathico-adrenal system.
(4) Then, the delta Fract (coronary flow reserve index) map was obtained for each subject.
(5) Administration of one of the precursors of noradrenaline l-DOPA not only prevented the decrease in tissue noradrenaline content in myocardium, but restored completely its reserves, exhausted by electrostimulation of the aortic arch.
(6) We conclude that, whereas an identical protocol of acute ND had no significant effects on diaphragm muscle structure and function in adult rats, adolescent animals exhibit significantly less nutritional reserve.
(7) Further analysis of these changes according to smoking history, age, preoperative weight, dissection of IMA, and aortic cross-clamp time showed that only IMA dissection affected the postextubation changes in peak expiratory flow rate (p less than 0.0001), whereas the decreases in functional residual capacity and expiratory reserve volume at discharge were affected by IMA dissection (p less than 0.05) and age (p = 0.01).
(8) A golden toad (Bufo periglenes) in Monteverde Cloud forest reserve in Puntarenas province of Costa Rica.
(9) Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps, Army Reserve.
(10) That, however, is reserved for the most serious cases and the indications are that a fine is the likely outcome.
(11) Overall, the differences in skeletal muscle energy state during rest and the corresponding changes in concentration of high-energy phosphates during mild exercise suggest a very limited energy reserve in the hypotonic muscle of VLBW infants.
(12) Parenteral cyclophosphamide or corticosteroid pulses should be reserved for cases with vasculitis or refractoriness to conventional drugs.
(13) Calcium supplementation should be reserved for patients with clear clinical signs of hypocalcemia and dialysate calcium should be adjusted to prevent excessive positive calcium balance.
(14) In June, a notorious elephant poacher led a gang of bandits in an attack on the Okapi wildlife reserve in DRC, killing seven people.
(15) Spiramycin, though not constantly effective, is reserved for immunosuppressed patients.
(16) It suggested that the decrease of pituitary reserve might probably be the pathogenesis of Kidney deficiency.
(17) A monoclonal antibody specific for columnar epithelium (RGE 53) gave a positive reaction in endocervical columnar cells and in some immature metaplastic cells but was negative in subcolumnar reserve cells, squamous (metaplastic) cells, dysplastic cells, and most cases of carcinoma in situ.
(18) But the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA), in a submission to a parliamentary inquiry into housing that was established by Hockey, backed the need to review negative gearing.
(19) Chronic ingestion of alcohol is associated with a diminished marrow granulocyte reserve and may lead to neutrocytopenia.
(20) The loss of coronary reserve was less than that previously observed after a 15-min occlusion, suggesting that the magnitude of the postischemic vascular abnormalities increases with the duration of the ischemic insult.