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Age Grades


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Age Grades

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Evaluations of Mosquito Age Grading Techniques Based on Morphological Changes

Improvement of Techniques for Age Grading Hematophagous Insects: Ovarian Oil-Injection and Ovariolar Separation Techniques

Application of the Ovarian Oil Injection and Ovariolar Separation Techniques for Age Grading Hematophagous Diptera

Chronological Age-Grading of House Flies by Using Near-Infrared Spectroscopy

EP-03MOLECULAR CLASSIFICATION OF EPENDYMAL TUMORS ACROSS ALL CNS COMPARTMENTS, HISTOPATHOLOGICAL GRADES AND AGE GROUPS

The impact of graded levels of daylength on turkey productivity to eighteen weeks of age

LOW-GRADE CHRONIC ADIPOSE INFLAMMATION AT THE INTERFACE OF NUTRITION, OBESITY, AND AGING

Proposal for a new risk stratification classification for meningioma based on patient age, WHO tumor grade, size, localization, and karyotype

Influence of cannabis use trajectories, grade repetition and family background on the school-dropout rate at the age of 17 years in France

The Effects of Age on Postprandial Thermogenesis at Four Graded Energetic Challenges: Findings in Young and Older Women

The impact of graded levels of day length on turkey health and behavior to 18 weeks of age

Effects of Age and Human Papilloma Viral Load on Colposcopy Triage: Data From the Randomized Atypical Squamous Cells of Undetermined Significance/Low-Grade Squamous Intraepithelial Lesion Triage Study (ALTS)

P04.18PROGNOSIS IMPACT OF THE REGIONAL DISTRIBUTION OF MGMT GENE METHYLATION ACCORDING TO THE CPGISLAND METHYLATOR PHENOTYPE AND AGE IN HIGH-GRADE GLIOMAS

Long-term follow-up after high-dose chemotherapy and autologous stem-cell transplantation for high-grade B-cell lymphoma suggests an improved outcome for high-risk patients with respect to the age-adjusted International Prognostic Index

 

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Age grades were the ritually marked life stages (such as junior, elder, and senior elder) through which groups of people of a similar age range (called age sets) moved together. ...

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