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Apparent age spreads in clusters and the role of stellar rotation

Influence of premolar extractions on long-term adult facial aesthetics and apparent age

The Effect of Gender and Body Composition Method on the Apparent Decline in Lean Mass-Adjusted Resting Metabolic Rate With Age

Prevalence and prognostic significance of daily-life silent myocardial ischaemia in middle-aged and elderly subjects with no apparent heart disease

Interactive effects of age, sex, and strain on apparent ileal amino acid digestibility of soybean meal and an animal by-product blend in broilers

Apparent ileal amino acid digestibility of reduced-oil distillers dried grains with solubles fed to broilers from 23 to 31 days of age

Growth performance of Hubbard × Cobb 500 and Ross × Ross 708 male broilers fed diets varying in apparent metabolizable energy from 14 to 28 days of age

Increased heart rate and reduced heart-rate variability are associated with subclinical inflammation in middle-aged and elderly subjects with no apparent heart disease

Resting, night-time, and 24 h heart rate as markers of cardiovascular risk in middle-aged and elderly men and women with no apparent heart disease

Influence of source of soybean meal and lysine content of the diet on performance and total tract apparent retention of nutrients in broilers from 1 to 36 days of age 1

Energy determination of corn co-products fed to broiler chicks from 15 to 24 days of age, and use of composition analysis to predict nitrogen-corrected apparent metabolizable energy 1

 

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1 An alternative name that has been proposed for absolute age.

2 An idea current in the nineteenth century among certain naturalists who opposed evolutionary theory (e.g. Philip Henry Gosse, 1810–88), that God had placed fossils on the Earth to give it an apparently great age as a test of their faith.

Subjects: Ecology and Conservation.


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