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cycles of control


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cycles of control

cycles of control

Taking Control of the Cycle

HCG supplementation of controlled ovarian stimulation cycles

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Cell cycle-dependent control of homologous recombination

Individuality and the Control of Life Cycles

The Cell Cycle, Principles of Control. David O. Morgan.

Gender Disparities in Health: Strategic Selection, Careers, and Cycles of Control

Routine Cycling of Antimicrobial Agents as an Infection-Control Measure

Dynamical analysis of a generic Boolean model for the control of the mammalian cell cycle

Follicular vascularity is not predictive of pregnancy outcome in mild controlled ovarian stimulation and IUI cycles

PPARα-Dependent Activation of Cell Cycle Control and DNA Repair Genes in Hepatic Nonparenchymal Cells

The Cycle of Human Herpes Simplex Virus Infection: Virus Transport and Immune Control

Control elements of Dnmt1 gene are regulated in cell-cycle dependent manner

Circulating progesterone levels and ongoing pregnancy rates in controlled ovarian stimulation cycles for in vitro fertilization: analysis of over 4000 cycles

Evidence of differential control of FSH and LH responses to GnRH by ovarian steroids in the luteal phase of the cycle

Control of biogeochemical cycling by mobility and metabolic strategies of microbes in the sediments: an integrated model study

Placebo-controlled community trial of four cycles of single-dose diethylcarbamazine or ivermectin against Wuchereria bancrofti infection and transmission in India

 

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Is a thesis developed by industrial relations theorist, Harvey Ramsay, to account for the rise and fall of employer interest in worker participation. Ramsay argued that employers turned to participation when their authority was threatened in periods of full employment and labour militancy. In periods of unemployment and labour quiescence, however, they resorted to non-participative styles of management.

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