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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

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

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

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

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

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

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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