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Cordia alliodora

Known as: canalete, salmwood, lourinho 
National Institutes of Health

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2017
2017
Abstract. The viscosities of three polyols and three saccharides, all in the non-crystalline state, have been studied. Two of the… 
2016
2016
Con esta nueva publicacion, el Instituto de Investigacion de Recursos Biologicos Alexander von Humboldt quiere darle continuidad… 
2015
2015
AbstractThe objective was to determine the uselfulness of D Dimer (DD) as a diagnostic or prognostic marker in acute appendicitis… 
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2012
2012
  • John Harris
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  • 2012
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The syllable has been credited with hosting a wide range of segmental patterns in phonology. However, there is increasing… 
2010
2010
Total amount and composition of extractives from 12 different tropical wood species were determined by sequential extraction… 
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2007
2007
There is considerable tacit agreement among phonologists and phoneticians about the prototypical uses of the terms ‘lenition’ and… 
2007
2007
This article discusses education, especially school itself, from the philosophical perspective of Gaston Bachelard and Thomas… 
2006
2006
ZusammenfassungAn 13 verschiedenen tropischen Holzarten wurde das Sorptionsverhalten im Wasserdampf geprüft. Aufbauend auf den… 
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2004
2004
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1999
1999
A geochemical modelling has been carried out in order to characterise the hydrogeochemical behavior of the groundwaters in the… 
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