The new study, conducted by Vancouver-based Simon Fraser University (SFU) researchers, finds that the decrement in birth weight for OP pesticide exposure was comparable with the decrement seen for women who smoke cigarettes.
What does D stand for?
D stands for Decrement
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- Daytime (broadcasting operating schedule)
- Deaf (member of the Deaf Community who shares a sense of Deaf Culture)
- Deaf (person who can not hear but is not part of the Deaf Community)
- Debye (unit of dipole moment)
- Decedent (IRB)
- Deci- (metric prefix, 1/10)
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Gates' efficiency reductions, which are quickly being subsumed in deficit reduction packages that probably increase the size of the decrement by several orders of magnitude.
However, the measured hearing decrement was significantly more common in the azichromycin group, occurring in 142 (25%) vs.
INTRODUCTION Vibration damping of composite ligno-cellulose plates is the phenomenon that occurs as a result of sound losses of sound energy dissipated in the material being an interdependent phenomenon of internal friction (expressed as logarithmic decrement of vibrations damping), the contributions of constituents, their combination of architecture and the stages between phases (Alamoreanu, 2005).
To determine whether decrements in muscle performance are related to alterations in contractile protein function, biopsies were obtained from the vastus lateralis muscle of four CHF patients and four control patients.
In many instances, the decrement will result in higher taxable income to the taxpayer.
Food hygiene laws are being flouted to preserve profits, to the decrement of the public, by some callous people.
To compute decrements in IQ that resulted from prenatal mercury exposures, we used data from Mahaffey et al.