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Author:anonymous UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT
Data Source:[J].Notulae Botanicae Horti Agrobotanici Cluj-Napoca(IF 0.59), 1981, Vol.11 (1), pp.99DOAJ
Abstract:Related with possible evolutionary connections between the different populations of wild and cultivated carrot ( Daucus carota L. ssp. Carota and ssp. Sativa / Hoffm./ Aro.), mericarp and seedling variability by two different groups of wild carrot populations collected in Transyl...
Author:anonymous UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT
Data Source:[J].Notulae Botanicae Horti Agrobotanici Cluj-Napoca(IF 0.59), 1986, Vol.16 (1), pp.134DOAJ
Abstract:Trifolium ochroleucon Huds. is a diploid species in the polyploid series emerged in sect. Stenostomum . Further members of the series are named T. pannonicum Jacq. This second species is frequently cited fot its surprisingly high polyploidy level achieved in different populations...
Author:Anonymous , Angela Rocke ...
Data Source:[J].Thrombosis Research(IF 3.133), 2016, Vol.148, pp.145-151Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Background(#br)The objective of the present study was to evaluate safety and efficacy of Rivaroxaban (RIVA) being administered as a routine medication for patients with venous thromboembolism (VTE) in a multicenter outpatient cohort.(#br)Methods(#br)212 consecut...
Author:Anonymous , Angela Rocke ...
Data Source:[J].Thrombosis Research(IF 3.133), 2016, Vol.148, pp.145-151Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Background(#br)The objective of the present study was to evaluate safety and efficacy of Rivaroxaban (RIVA) being administered as a routine medication for patients with venous thromboembolism (VTE) in a multicenter outpatient cohort.(#br)Methods(#br)212 consecut...
Author:Anonymous
Data Source:[J].World Health Organization. Bulletin of the World Health Organization(IF 5.25), 2014, Vol.92 (1), pp.4-5ProQuest
Abstract:"Optimal performance requires that countries take ownership of their national programmes, establish good governance and invest the required resources. [...]countries should establish and/or strengthen National Immunization Technical Advisory Groups and utilize them to advise on p...
Author:Anonymous
Data Source:[J].World Health Organization. Bulletin of the World Health Organization(IF 5.25), 2014, Vol.92 (2), pp.80ProQuest
Abstract:China's health authorities are working on a new law banning smoking in all indoor public places, according to the National Health and Family Planning Commission. Such bans already exist in China, but the Commission said that they are often ignored and that national lawmakers had ...
Author:Anonymous
Data Source:[J].World Health Organization. Bulletin of the World Health Organization(IF 5.25), 2014, Vol.92 (2), pp.80ProQuest
Abstract:Representatives of the World Health Organization and the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) in the Syrian Arab Republic condemned the interruption of a polio immunization campaign there last month due to intense fighting. Following an outbreak of polio in the Syrian Arab Rep...
Author:Anonymous
Data Source:[J].World Health Organization. Bulletin of the World Health Organization(IF 5.25), 2014, Vol.92 (2), pp.81ProQuest
Abstract:The humanitarian situation in South Sudan deteriorated following an outbreak of violence in the sub-Saharan country on December 15 last year. A total of 413,000 persons have been displaced from the four states of Central Equatoria, Jonglei, Unity and Upper Nile, and 66,500 of the...
Author:Anonymous
Data Source:[J].World Health Organization. Bulletin of the World Health Organization(IF 5.25), 2014, Vol.92 (2), pp.81ProQuest
Abstract:An estimated 40 million people worldwide are in need of palliative care, but fewer than 10% of them (about 3 mil- lion) are receiving it, according to a new report that was released last month. Half of the 40 million people need palliative care at the end of their lives, while th...
Author:Anonymous
Data Source:[J].World Health Organization. Bulletin of the World Health Organization(IF 5.25), 2014, Vol.92 (2), pp.81ProQuest
Abstract:Relative calm last month allowed humanitarian agencies to resume their work in the cities of Bouar and Kaga Bandoro in the Central African Republic where WHO re-opened two field offices. Health-care delivery in the sub-Saharan country has been deteriorating since the coup d'etat ...

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