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Morpho-physiological function and role of omental milky spots as omentum-associated lymphoid tissue (OALT) in the peritoneal cavity.
The morpho-physiological function and role of milky spots in the greater omentum are reviewed. These milky spots are composed of cellular aggregations of mesenchymal cells, mainly macrophages andExpand
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Integrating Sustainability into SME Strategy
Small-to-Medium Enterprises (SMEs) increasingly are expected to develop strategies to accommodate accelerating global sustainability reporting requirements and proactively address sustainabilityExpand
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Resturant Revenue Management: An Investigation into Changing Standard Operating Proceduresto Maximize Revenue
Changing the standard operating procedures that are used for serving customers during periods of high versus low demand is a method of revenue management employed in restaurants. This study examinedExpand
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Effects of Atmospherics on Revenue Generation in Small Business Restaurants
ABSTRACT Atmospheric variables such as interior layout and music stimulate behavioral responses from customers in service settings. This study examined the extent to which these cues affect revenueExpand
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Central lymph propulsion.
Dissections reveal that each lymphatic organ characteristic of species is supplied with lymph hearts, smooth muscles, or striated muscles whose contractions (along with tranmitted arterial pulsationsExpand
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Lymph, lymph glands, and homeostasis.
  • J. Shields
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Lymphology
  • 1 October 1992
Under aerobic conditions every respiring cell in the human body normally consumes oxygen to burn food and produce stoichiometric quantities of water which dissolves carbon dioxide and less solubleExpand
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Lymph, lymphomania, lymphotrophy, and HIV lymphocytopathy: an historical perspective.
  • J. Shields
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Lymphology
  • 7 September 1994
From 1578-1628, Fabricius and his pupils, Asellius and Harvey, sequentially laid the foundations for the modern sciences of comparative anatomy, lymphology and circulation, as well as a state ofExpand
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Normal and tumor angiogenesis related to flow.
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The functional evolution of GALT: a review.
  • J. Shields
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Lymphology
  • 24 August 2000
This synopsis of the evolution of gut-associated lymphoid tissue (GALT) in increasingly complex animals suggests that GALT plays an essential role in cellular nutrition and energy metabolism as wellExpand
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