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Association of Sport and Exercise Science: BASES position statement on guidelines for resistance exercise in young people. J. Sports Sci. 22, 383–390 (2004) BASES position statement on guidelines for resistance exercise in young

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Ramaiah, K. V., Ayensu, E. S. (1984): Patterns of Striga resistance in sorghum and millets with special emphasis on Africa. In: Doggett, H., Keynes, R. D., Marton-Lefevre, J., Musselman, L. J., Parker, C., Pickering, A. (eds.) Striga: Biology and Control

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antibiotic resistance . Gut 59 ( 8 ), 1143 – 1153 ( 2010 ). 8. Mégraud , F. : H. pylori antibiotic resistance: Prevalence, importance, and advances in testing . Gut

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Authors: Dóra Illés, Edit Urbán, Andrea Lázár, Kamilla Nagy, Emese Ivány, Balázs Kui, Klára Lemes, Máté Tajti and László Czakó

. 2 Colgan R, Powers JH. Appropriate antimicrobial prescribing: approaches that limit antibiotic resistance. Am Fam Physician 2001; 64: 999–1004. 3 Ducel G, Fabry J

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Literature 1 Adam, A., Ongena, M., Duby, F., Dommes, J. and Thonart, P. (2008): Systemic resistance and lipoxygenase-related defence response induced in

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://www.ecdc.europa.eu/en/publications-data/last-line-antibiotics-are-failing-options-address-urgent-threat-patients-and [accessed: July 15, 2019]. 3 World Health Organization. Antimicrobial resistance: global report on surveillance. WHO, Geneva, 2014; pp. 1–256. Available from: http

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underrepresented. Active surveillance is the first and the vital step in the battle against MRSA since it depicts the real extent of pathogen distribution and its antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in a particular medical setting. The importance of well

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Briggle L.W. (1969): Near-isogenic lines of wheat with genes for resistance to Erysiphe graminis f. sp. tritici . Crop Sci. 9:70–72. Briggle L

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Quality of several vitrified radwastes specimens was demonstrated on their hydrolytic resistance. The type of water corrosion mechanism and structural features were also elucidated. The time dependence of the corrosion process proved two subsequent mechanisms of water attack. The first stage is controlled by diffusion. Later the silicate matrix is damaged and its surface layer dissolved. Ultimately, the quality of glass is evaluated from the point of view of possible radioactivity releases.

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172 876 887 Belefant-Miller, H., Porter, D., Pierce, M.L., Mort, A.J. 1994. An early indicator of resistance in barley to Russian wheat aphid. Plant

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