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Gonchar, O. (2005) Muscle fiber specific antioxidative system adaptation to swim training in rats: influence of intermittent hypoxia. J. Sport Sci. Med. 4 , 160–169. Gonchar O

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Blum, A. 2006. Drought adaptation in cereal crops: Aprologue. In: Ribaut, J.M. (ed.), Drought Adaptation in Cereals. Food Products Press, New York, USA, pp. 3–15. Blum A

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, B. O. and Beale , K. Ya. ( 1986 ): Adaptation of the photosynthetic device of plants of the Kara Kum Desert to extreme conditions . – Physiol. of plants, Moscow , 5 ( 33 ): 888 – 895

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References Amorim , L. M. 2009 . Translation and adaptation: Differences, intercrossings and conflicts in Ana Maria Machado’s Translation of Alice in

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Authors: Á. Maróti-Agóts, I. Bodó, L. Jávorka, Alice Gyurmán, N. Solymosi, Petra Zenke, Marita Skogseth and L. Zöldág

1996 74 295 303 Hansen, P. (2004) Physiological and cellular adaptations of zebu cattle to thermal stress. Animal

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Authors: Simon Ching Lam, Zoe Sze-Long Chan, Andy Chun-Yin Chong, Wendy Wing-Chi Wong and Jiawen Ye

RCBS appropriate in measuring the CB in both developing and developed countries and hence facilitate the cross-cultural adaptation. Six items (from an initial pool of 21 potential items that were constructed based on a review of over 300 research

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Authors: Zoltán Kőváry, Ágnes Devecsery, Krisztina Jakab, Barbara Pusztai, Laura Agócs, Réka Kómár and Gábor Orosz

-elméletek 2003 Beaton, D. E., Bombardier, C., Guillemin, F., Ferraz, M. B. (2000): Guidelines for the process of cross-cultural adaptation of self

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The competitive and adaptive capacity of Cochliobolus sativus were determined using the two major pathotypes in populations on barley in Syria Pt1 and Pt4, which differed widely in their virulence. Following greenhouse co-inoculation with the two pathotypes, Pt4 frequency average increased from the first to the last of four infection cycles, but decreased for Pt1. The number of lesions caused by Pt4 was individually higher than their mixture on both barley cultivars, Bowman and WI 2291. Moreover, the number of lesions was increased over the four cycles on both cultivars. The results suggest that isolates of different pathotypes would adapt at different rates in a mixed environment due to competitive advantage imposed by their virulence properties.

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1 Introduction This paper describes the adaptation of the formex configuration processing to the computer program Grasshopper 3D [ 1 ]. It covers the shapes of dome and vault structures of Formex Configuration Processing I [ 2 ], and Formex

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, R. 1990. Yield and adaptation of hexaploid spring triticale. Euphytica 47 :57–64. Cormier R. Yield and adaptation of hexaploid spring triticale

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