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This volume explores various aspects of the law in transition in post-Mao China. Among the topics covered are the separation of the Communist Party from day-to-day legislative affairs; the implementation of the general principles of civil law; the political issues of press reform and other matters.
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The basic emphasis of the articles also varies. One article is devoted an evaluation of one physical approach which appears to be a promising way of understanding color perception.
This book discusses conventional and emerging applications of radiations, which include radio waves and ultraviolet .
This book discusses conventional and emerging applications of radiations, which include radio waves and ultraviolet and gamma radiations. It contains 10 chapters arranged into two parts: new techniques in radiation therapy and effects of ionizing radiations on biological systems. The applications of radiations in the synthesis and use of nanoparticles along with combined effects with hypergravity provide an added dimension.
Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology - Springer. Background radiation taken in several areas in and around the village also showed normal values. Original Article Article original Emergency medicine ultrasonography. Original Contribution - Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology. So, the effect of the physical factors on this population is found to be negligible.
Rubin et al. (1969) had pointed out that the OER RUBIN, . POULTER, C. and QUICK, R. 1969. Changwas more likely to be impioved by a few fractions ing perspectives in oxygen breathing and radiation therapy. American Journal of Roentgenology, 105, 665-681. each with a large dose since the differential destrucG. and PERRINS, D. J. 1974.
Print Book & E-Book. ISBN 9781559384094, 9780080877266. This volume has contributions from the United States (3), Russia (2), and Europe (4). These contributions include investigations of biological problems encountered in spaceflight by humans, animals, plants, and single cells, as well as studies of a fundamental biological problem aided by space experiments. Two extensive chapters attempt to determine the mechanisms of the effects of long-term space missions on the human body (Grigoriev and Egorov, Russia), and the adaptative mechanisms operative in the human body under these conditions (same authors).
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