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Interventional Medicine and Applied Science
Authors: Kourosh Shahraki, Mohammad Naeim Amini Fard, Farkhondeh Shahri, Rama Pourmatin, Tafgeh Mohammadi, Paria Ghasemi Boroumand, and Kianoush Shahraki

the effects of intracameral cefuroxime after cataract surgery on corneal endothelial cell counts and its morphology. Materials and Methods In this interventional study, 32 eyes of 30 patients who admitted to the Alzahra Eye

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Jacquemart, A.-L. (2003): Differentiation in DNA fingerprinting and morphology among species of the pleurocarpous moss genus Rhytidiadelphus (Hylocomiaceae). - Taxon 52 : 229-236. Differentiation in DNA fingerprinting and morphology

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Bani, G., Formigli, L., Cecchi, R. (1990) Morphological study on the salivary glands of Eobania vermiculata (Müller) (Mollusca, Pulmonata). Z. mikrosk. -anat. Forsch. Leipzig. 104 , 856

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. Comparative mineralogical and particle morphological analysis on the sandy soils of forested and grassy areas in the Tiszántúl region. (In Hungarian) Agrokémia és Talajtan. 62 . 267–284. Balog K

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111 115 El-Wakil, A. A., Radwan, I. A., Zayed, M. A., Satour, M. M. (1985): Morphological and cultural characteristics of some isolates of Sclerotium bataticola (Taub

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Kebeish, R., El-Sayed, A. S. A. (2012) Morphological and molecular characterization of L-methioninase producing Aspergillus species . Af. J. Microbiol. 11, 15280–15290. El-Sayed A. S. A

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Interventional Medicine and Applied Science
Authors: Ludmila Davydova, Gennadii Tkach, Alexey Tymoshenko, Alexey Moskalenko, Vitalii Sikora, Ludmila Kyptenko, Mykola Lyndin, Dmytro Muravskyi, Olena Maksymova, and Olga Suchonos

morphological features of the animals’ organs and human. The knowledge of morphology of the unchanged organ is a key element for performing experimental investigation. Analysis of the literature has revealed many articles devoted to the study of

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. S. 1989: The description and assessment of distance between inbred lines of maize: I. The use of morphological traits as descriptors. Maydica , 34 , 141-150. The description and assessment of distance between inbred lines

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temperature of heating, thermal conditions during cooling and crystallization, etc., can impact the polymorphic composition and morphology [ 5 , 14 , 18 ]. Moreover, Chen et al. [ 19 ] proposed a new pathway to modulate the polymorphic composition of iPP via

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microsphere containing nanocrystallites [ 26 ]. We further consider that this unusual morphology may cause the creation of uniformly distributed mesopores arising from the assembling of nanocrystallites, which seems favorable to the hydroisomerization of n

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