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Understanding Soilless Media Test Results and Their Implications on Nursery and Greenhouse Crop Management
S media, sometimes called growth media or substrates, are one of the most important components of crop production in containers or raised beds with restricted volume. The word media is the plural ofExpand
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Heat tolerance of citrus leaves
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Pittosporum tobira response to container medium temperature
Etude de l'influence de temperatures estivales simulees en environnement controle sur la croissance, les glucides racinaires, la composition en elements nutritifs foliaires, et la photosynthese desExpand
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Response of southern magnolia to supraoptimal root-zone temperatures
Abstract 1. 1.|Rooted cuttings of southern magnolia (Magnolia grandiflora Hort. ‘St. Mary’) were exposed for 6 h daily to root-zone temperatures (RZT) of 28, 35 or 42°C for 8 weeks during the springExpand
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A half century of neonatal sepsis at Yale: 1928 to 1978.
Changes in the pattern of neonatal bacterial infection in a 50-year period at one institution are documented, as well as the striking decrease in mortality during this period.
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Vaginal Chlamydia trachomatis infection in children with sexual contact
To determine whether vaginal infections with Chlamydia trachomatis in children were associated with sexual contact, 50 children ages 1 to 12 years with a history of sexual contact and 34 childrenExpand
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Sexual contact in children with gonorrhea.
This study was performed to determine if gonorrheal infections in children aged 1 to 12 years were frequently associated with sexual contacts. In our study all 14 children who had gonorrhea and whoExpand
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Hand washing in pediatric ambulatory settings. An inconsistent practice.
The first phase of this study was performed to determine the rate of breaks in hand washing technique by physicians in two pediatric ambulatory settings and to determine whether this technique wasExpand
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Ehrlichiosis: findings on chest radiographs in three pediatric patients.
OBJECTIVES Ehrlichiosis is a newly recognized tick-borne infection affecting both children and adults. The disease is usually mild, with flulike symptoms, but can be fatal. We present the chestExpand
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Role of the udder in heat loss from the sheep
Abstract Measurements have been made of temperatures on the surface of the udder, the back under the fleece, the exremities, and of the body core in sheep. The temperature on the surface of the udderExpand
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