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  • ADVANCES IN BOTANICAL RESEARCH, 21: John Andrews , University of Wisconsin, Madison, U.S.A. Inez Tommerup , CSIRO Centre for Mediterranean Agricultural Research, Perth, Australia J. A. Callow , University of Birmingham, U.K....more
  • ADVANCES IN BOTANICAL RESEARCH, 28: J. A. Callow , University of Birmingham, U.K. Description Advances in Botanical Research is a multi-volume publication that brings together reviews by recognized experts on subjects of...more
  • ADVANCES IN ENVIRONMENTAL ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT, 1: Martin Freedman , Towson Universtiy Bikki Jaggi , Rutgers University Included in series Advances in Environmental Accounting and Management, 1 Contents List of Contributors....more
  • ADVANCES IN FUEL CELLS, 1: Tim Zhao , Department of Mechanical Engineering The Hong Kong University of Science & Technology K.-D. Kreuer , Max-Planck-Institut für Festkörperforschung, Stuttgart, Germany Trung Nguyen ,...more
  • ADVANCES IN HETEROCYCLIC CHEMISTRY, 66: Alan Katritzky , University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA Included in series Advances in Heterocyclic Chemistry, Advances in Heterocyclic Chemistry, 66 Description...more
  • ADVANCES IN MARINE BIOLOGY, 31: John Blaxter , Dunstaffnage Marine Research Laboratory, Oban, Scotland Alan Southward , Marine Biological Association, Plymouth, U.K. Description Advances in Marine Biology contains...more
  • ADVANCES IN MARINE BIOLOGY, 34: John Blaxter , Dunstaffnage Marine Research Laboratory, Oban, Scotland Bruce Douglas , University of Maryland, College Park, U.S.A. Paul Tyler , University of Southampton, U.K. Description...more
  • ADVANCES IN PARASITOLOGY, 39: John Baker , Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, London, U.K. Ralph Muller , London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, U.K. David Rollinson , The Natural History Museum,...more
  • ADVANCES IN PARASITOLOGY, 41: John Baker , Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, London, U.K. Ralph Muller , London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, U.K. David Rollinson , The Natural History Museum,...more
  • Adverse effect: In medicine , an adverse effect is a harmful and undesired effect resulting from a medication or other intervention such as chemotherapy or surgery . An adverse effect may be termed a...more
  • Adverse health effect: A change in body function or cell structure that might lead to disease or health problems. Similar term(s): adverse effect, harmful health effect, harmful effect, adverse outcomes, adverse...more
  • aeolian: of seeds, carried or dispersed by wind action. Also, EOLIAN. more
  • Aeritalia G.91:  The G.91 Aeritalia nicknamed Gina (or Miss Zuverlässigkeit in the Luftwaffe) is an air support and tactical reconnaissance. Put into service in the late 1950s, it was built 612 copies used mainly...more
  • Aero L-39 Albatros: The L-39 Albatros, built by the Czech firm Aero Vodochody, a military training aircraft, which was demilitarized and later converted to civilian use. Background: The L-39 military The L-39...more
  • Aero Spaceline Super Guppy: The Super Guppy Aero Spaceline (The Aero Spaceline Super Guppy cargo plane is a civil derivative of Pregnant Guppy, designed to carry elements of ...) is a civilian cargo plane derived from the...more
  • Aerobic: Aerobic refers to the presence of oxygen.more
  • Aerobic Requiring Oxygen: The usual application is to bacteria that require oxygen for growth ("aerobic bacteria"). Also an aquatic system characterized by the presence of dissolved oxygen. more
  • aerochlorination: The removal of grease from waste water by the use of compressed air and chlorine gas. more
  • Aerodynamic: Aerodynamics is the study of how air and other gases flow, including the forces that act on an object as it moves in air. The more aerodynamic (streamlined) a moving object is, the weaker the...more
  • Aerodynamic diameter: Airborne particles have irregular shapes, and their aerodynamic behaviour is expressed in terms of the diameter of an idealised spherical particle known as aerodynamic diameter . Particles are...more
  • Aerodynamics: Which studies the physical forces generated by the movement of a body in the air. The vehicles are tested in wind tunnels that use models to scale 1 / 5 or sometimes size. Some Formula 1 teams...more
  • aerofilter:  A trickling filter containing relatively coarse material to filter at a high rate, which may be maintained by recirculation of the filter effluents. more
  • Aerogels:  Aerogel is a lightweight, advanced material that consists of more than 96 percent air. The remaining four percent is a matrix of silica (silicon dioxide), a principal raw material for glass. This...more
  • Aeronautic Engineering in Mexico: Instituto Politécnico Nacional - Ciudad de México Ciudad de México, Mexico University Home Page Engineering Department Admission Department more
  • Aeronautical Aerospace Engineering In Australia: Australian Defence Force Academy Campbell, Australia University Home Page Engineering Department Admission Department Queensland University of Technology Brisbane,...more
  • Aeronautical Aerospace Engineering Technology In Australia: Australian Defence Force Academy Campbell, Australia University Home Page Engineering Department Admission Department Monash University, Clayton Clayton, Australia...more
  • Aeronautical Engineering In Malaysia: International Islamic University Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia University Home Page Engineering Department Admission Department Universiti Putra Malaysia Serdang,...more
  • Aeronautical Engineering In South Africa: University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg Johannesburg, South Africa University Home Page Engineering Department Admission Department more
  • Aeronautics: Aeronautics   Dynamics and control in aeronautics is a key area of research and application within the department Control Design Engineering. We are specialists in...more
  • Aerosol: An aerosol is a collection of microscopic particles, solid or liquid, suspended in a gas. In the context of air pollution, an aersol refers to fine parti culate matter , that is larger than a...more
  • Aerosol: Aerosol technically refers to airborne liquid droplets or solid particles (also called dust or particulate matter (PM)). In casual language, aerosol refers to an aerosol spray can or the output of...more
  • Aerospace Engineering in Brazil: UNIVERSIDADE DE PERNAMBUCO Recife, Brazil University Home Page Engineering Department UNIVERSIDADE DE SÃO PAULO - SÃO CARLOS São Carlos, Brazil University Home Page...more
  • Aerospace Engineering In Canada: Carleton University Ottawa, Ontario, Canada University Home Page Engineering Department Admission Department Graduate School Ryerson University Toronto, Ontario,...more
  • Aerospace Engineering In Malaysia: Universiti Sains Malaysia - Nibong Tebal Nibong Tebal, Malaysia University Home Page Engineering Department Admission Department more
  • Aerospace Engineering in US: Arizona State University Tempe, AZ, United States University Home Page Engineering Department Admission Department Graduate School Auburn University...more
  • Aerospace Engineering Technology In Brazil: UNIVERSIDADE DO VALE DO RIO DOS SINOS São Leopoldo, Brazil University Home Page Admission Department UNIVERSIDADE ESTÁCIO DE SÁ Rio de Janeiro, Brazil University Home...more
  • Aerospace Engineering Technology In US: Arizona State University - East Mesa, AZ, United States University Home Page Engineering Department Admission Department Graduate School Embry-Riddle...more
  • Aerostat: A balloon is an aircraft "lighter than air, which lift is provided by the surge of Archimedes, unlike a Aérodyne. The principles were probably known to the Chinese, and approached by many...more
  • Aerostatics: The aerostatics is the study, construction and operation of airships. History In 1782, the first test but Joseph Montgolfier in 1783, a year rich, men will fly with the balloon of the...more
  • AF10 AIRFLOW BENCH: AF10 AIRFLOW BENCH Features A basic air flow facility to service TQ experiments or student projects A wide range of experiments available for a complete course in air flow...more
  • AFE:: Analog Front End. Used for CFT and FPD readout.more
  • Affinity chromatography: Takes advantage of specific properties of proteins. The column is packed with a material, such as a substrate, ligand, or antibody, to which only specific proteins can bind. The bound proteins can...more
  • Afforestation: The establishment of a forest through tree planting or seeding on land that has lacked forest cover for a very long time or has never been forested. Afforestation implies a transformation from...more
  • Aflatoxin: Aflatoxins are potent toxic , carcinogenic , mutagenic , immunosuppressive substances that can be found on poorly stored grains and nuts.They are produced as secondary metabolites by certain...more
  • AFS (lighting 1): Adaptive Frontlighting System. This system allows to adjust the orientation of the lighting according to the needs of the driver. Lighting is broader and deeper city motorway. The orientation...more
  • AFS (lighting 2): Automatic Focusing System. Mazda. Adaptive Lighting LED running. This system was introduced on the Concept Car Mazda Washu at the Detroit auto show in January 2003.more
  • Aft: In, near, or toward the stern of the vessel. The term is used in the context of maritime navigation, engineering and construction.more
  • aftermath: a second crop of grass that grows up after the first crop has been harvested or plowed under. Also, ROWEN. more
  • AFU: Regulating ABS emits a vibration in the brake pedal. The driver then tend to relax when the system needs maximum pressure. The assistance of emergency braking, integrated systems ABS, then the...more
  • Agalactia: Agalactia is the lack or absence of milk productionmore
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