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change step

Control by Ammonium Ion of the Change from Step-Up to Step-Down Photophobically Responding Cells in the Flagellate Alga Euglena gracilis

Changes in cardiac metabolism: a critical step from stable angina to ischaemic cardiomyopathy

Assessment of ‘one-step’ versus ‘sequential’ embryo culture conditions through embryonic genome methylation and hydroxymethylation changes

Neurokinin-1 antagonists: a step change in prevention of postoperative nausea and vomiting?

Age-related Changes in Compensatory Stepping in Response to Unpredictable Perturbations

Physiological Changes in Gentian Axillary Buds During Two-step Preculturing with Sucrose that Conferred High Levels of Tolerance to Desiccation and Cryopreservation

A lysine to arginine substitution at position 146 of rabbit aldolase A changes the rate-determining step to Schiff base formation

Assessment of ‘one-step’ versus ‘sequential’ embryo culture conditions through embryonic genome methylation and hydroxymethylation changes

SY-4-4What deadly cancer survivor can do to make a difference —changing the world one step at a time

Does the UNFCCC Fulfil the Functions Required of a Framework Convention? Why Abandoning the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Might Constitute a Long Overdue Step Forward

Assessment of changes following en-masse retraction with mini-implants anchorage compared to two-step retraction with conventional anchorage in patients with class II division 1 malocclusion: a randomized controlled trial

 

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V. (in marching) alter one's step so that the opposite leg marks time.

Subjects: Warfare and Defence.


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