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isolation stress


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isolation stress

isolation stress

isolation stress

Isolation and Characterization of a Putative Transducer of Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress in Oryza sativa

Isolation and Characterization of a Water Stress-Specific Genomic Gene, pwsi 18, from Rice

Electrophoretic sperm isolation: optimization of electrophoresis conditions and impact on oxidative stress

Preparative Isolation and High-Resolution Mass Identification of 10 Stressed Study Degradants of Nicorandil Tablets

Isolation of Stress-Related Genes of Rubber Particles and Latex in Fig Tree (Ficus carica) and their Expressions by Abiotic Stress or Plant Hormone Treatments

Isolation and Transcription Profiling of Low-O2 Stress-Associated cDNA Clones from the Flooding-stress-tolerant FR13A Rice Genotype

Isolation and Responses to Stress of a Gene That Encodes a Luminal Binding Protein in Arabidopsis thaliana

Neonatal isolation changes the expression of IGF-IR and IGFBP-2 in the hippocampus in response to adulthood restraint stress

Isolation and characterization of a cDNA corresponding to a stress-activated cyclophilin gene in Solanum commersonii

PT633. Involvement of astrocyte Activation in Locus Coeruleus on the Exacerbation of Neuropathic Pain by Maternal Separation and Social Isolation Stress

Isolation and molecular characterization of ERF1, an ethylene response factor gene from durum wheat (Triticum turgidum L. subsp. durum), potentially involved in salt-stress responses

Isolation and Characterization of a myo-inositol-1-phosphate Synthase Gene from Yellow Passion Fruit (Passiflora edulis f. flavicarpa) Expressed During Seed Development and Environmental Stress

 

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A form of stress modelling which has been used by coaches of international athletes especially in Eastern Europe. Isolation stress involves placing the competitor in a situation that requires self-coaching for a period. It is imposed when it is thought that a top competitor might be shifted to a new team and coach, unfamiliar with his or her unique characteristics, just before encountering international competition. It is hoped that voluntarily breaking away from an accustomed coach under controlled conditions may be less traumatic than would otherwise be the case.

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