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Orthopaedic implant allergy - the role of patch testing

Niels de Graaf

DEVELOPMENT AND PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF WHOLE CROP FINGER MILLET THRESH

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Hanumantharaju K N, Poornima D S, Ramya H N and Ashok Suraj B S

Neolithic_expansion_NatHumBehav

Robert Beyer, Andrea Manica & Lia Betti
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DEVELOPMENT OF A LOW COST MULTI CROP PLANTING UNIT FOR CONVENTIONAL PLOU

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K.L.Dabhi1,.M.T.Kupavat2, .R.Swarnkar3, Er.Rajesh Godhani4

DEVELOPMENT OF A STANDARDIZED KNOWLEDGE TEST FOR MEASURING KNOWLEDGE LEVEL OF DAIRY FARMERS REGARDINGVACCINATION CALEND

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S. K. Raghuvansh1 Dr. H. B. Patel2 and P. C. Patel3

ECONOMIC IMPACT OF TRANSITION FROM INORGANIC TO ORGANIC RED GRAM CULTIVATION IN TUR BOWL OF KARNATAK

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Akash1, M.G. Chandrakanth2, G.M.Gaddi3 and N.Devakumar4

ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE OF FLOWER GROWERS IN TUMKUR DISTRICT OF KARNATAKA STAT

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Bindu, N., Y.N. Shivalingaiah and Shwetha, N.V.

Black Hole Sun: Binarism and Gravity in Cultural Fields

Alison Gerber
Sociologicial analyses of artistic practice have long drawn on theoretical traditions grounded in binaries and dualisms. Varied analytical strategies, including field theoretical, ecological, and post-structuralist approaches, center art objects and their movements in and across markets, where binaristic visions of art worlds do offer significant leverage. But when we move away from such objects and look to artistic practices these lenses provide, at best, a blurred image with meaningful blind spots. Here, I suggest an...

Airlangga Centre for Health Policy - Research Group

Ilham Ridlo, Nuzulul Putri, Rizqy Zein, Agung Laksono, Ratna Wulandari, Ernawaty, Aisyah Rahvy & Erika Junaidi
The Airlangga Centre for Health Policy (ACeHAP) is a multidisciplinary research group with various collaborators from diverse scientific backgrounds. ACeHAP conducts quantitative, qualitative and mixed-design research on political process of health policy, economic, social and psychological determinants of health policy.

No population genomic structure of skipjack tuna (Katsuwonus pelamis) in the tropical Western and Central Pacific assessed using single nucleotide polymorphisms

Giulia Anderson, Monal Lal, Brian Stockwell, John Hampton, Neville Smith & Ciro Rico

Supplementary Material for Set Streams: Visual Exploration of Dynamic Overlapping Sets

Shivam Agarwal

Trust and antibiotic expectations

Alistair Thorpe, Miroslav Sirota, Sheina Orbell & Marie Juanchich
Objectives. To reduce overprescribing, health campaigns urge physicians to provide people with information regarding appropriate antibiotic use and encourage the public to trust their physicians’ prescribing decisions. We test i) whether providing individuals with information about the viral aetiology of an illness and the ineffectiveness of antibiotics will reduce inappropriate antibiotic expectations, ii) whether individuals with greater trust in their physician will have lower expectations, and iii) whether individuals with greater trust in their physician...

UponRequest - UR - Analytics for laboratories and data stewardship

Armel Lefebvre
DataStew is a dashboard for supporting open and reproducible research in laboratories LABDM is an ontology (under development) which provides the structure for DataStew and (in the future) integrates DataStew in the larger linked data environment

The efficacy and safety of Banxia-Houpo-Tang for Chronic pharyngitis:Protocol for systematic review and meta-analysis

Chenyi Xu, Rensong Yue, Xuelian Lv, Tingchao Wu, Chen Yuan & Yang Maoyi
To establish a systematic and comprehensive approach for locate the evidence,a review and meta-analysis will be used to:Whether the Banxia-Houpo-Tang is effective or ease the pressure of antibiotic abusing in the treatment of pharyngitis.Risk assessment and identify the most promising measures.

ECONOMICODUCTION IN AMRAVATI DISTRICTS OF COTTON

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Monal P. Takote, Sandip S. Thakare , Deepak H. Ulemale and Sunil N.Ingle

ECONOMICS OF COTTON PRODUCTION IN AMRAVATI DISTRIC

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G. D. Gore, S.G.Tale and S. N. Ingle

ECONOMICS OF PRODUCTION AND MARKETING OF CAPSICI

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ECONOMICS OF RICE AS INFLUENCED BY DIFFERENT ESTABLISHMENT METHODS, VARIETIES AND N LEVELS UNDER LATE SOWN CONDITIONS IN TELANGANA STAT

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http://www.ycjournal.net/Multilogicinscience/ResearchDocuments/ECONOMICSO636934394235814859.pdf

EFFECT OF ABIOTIC FACTORS ON THE POPULATION DYNAMICS OF RICE BROWN PLANTHOPPER, NILAPARVATA LUGENS (STAL

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Anand Kumar, A. D. V. S. L. P1*., Rama Rao, C. V2., Mallikharjuna Rao, N3 , Krishnam Raju, S4 and Nafeez Umar, Sk5

EFFECT OF BOTANICALS ON ADULT EMERGENCE OF PULSE BEETLE (CALLOSOBRUCHUS SPP.) IN STORED CHICKPE

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Jadhav D.H, Rathod P.K*, S.K.Bhalkare, P.R.Panchabhai, P.N.Mane and Y.V.Ingle

Mega analysis of functional connectivity markers of trait mindfulness

Julian Lim
To look at occurrences of specific states in functional connectivity correlated with trait mindfulness.

Diet, Excercise, and Obesity in the Solomon Islands (DEOSI)

Geoff Kushnick

Audience Psychology: Movie Preferences based on Heart Rate Variability

Tsz Yan So, Man Li & Hakwan Lau
Heart rate variability (HRV) is a tool that evaluates human emotions. This study aims to adopt a novel and easily administrable method for assessing audiences’ emotional responses to movies and commercials through the monitoring of HRV. During the viewing of audio-visual materials, similarities in HRV may exist across audiences, indicating the impact of the content regardless of genre, be it comedy or tragedy. Furthermore, with reference to audiences’ HRV responses, it is possible to trace...

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