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Aeromonas australiensis sp. nov., isolated from irrigation water.
A Gram-negative, facultatively anaerobic bacillus, designated strain 266(T), was isolated from an irrigation water system in the south-west of Western Australia. Analysis of the 16S rRNA geneExpand
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CENTRIFUGE TESTING OF COMBINED FRAME-WALL-FOUNDATION STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS
Numerous existing low-ductility reinforced-concrete (R/C) buildings are commonly retrofit with an additional shear wall to withstand seismically generated lateral forces. To investigate the seismicExpand
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Ergonomic benefits of surgical telescope systems: selection guidelines.
  • B. J. Chang
  • Medicine
  • Journal of the California Dental Association
  • 2002
A longstanding myth holds that chronic neck and back discomfort or pain is a necessary evil of practicing dentistry. The use of properly selected surgical telescopes and co-axial illuminationExpand
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Aeromonas australiensis sp. nov., isolated from irrigation water
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Moraxella (Branhamella) catarrhalis
Publisher Summary For a long time, Moraxella catarrhalis (M. catarrhalis) has been considered a harmless commensal of the upper respiratory tract. However, an increasing number of reports of M.Expand
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Propeller Loads of Large Commercial Vessels at Crash Stop
Propeller failure would occur at crash stop due to obscure reasons and become a dispute between propeller makers and ship owners. Hence, the study on the hydrodynamic propeller loads at crash stop isExpand
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Effect of Source Angular Distribution on the Evaluation of Gamma-Ray Skyshine
The effect of the angular distribution of the equivalent point source on the analysis of the skyshine dose rates was investigated in detail. The dedicated skyshine codes SKYDOSE and McSKY wereExpand
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Nonlinear Behavior and Modeling of Piles in Partially Liquefied and Layered Soil Conditions
Saturated soils, particularly cohesionless soils, may liquefy when subjected to earthquake excitation, resulting in reductions in strength and stiffness of the soil. The consequences have shown to beExpand
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