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Apparent respiratory discrimination is correlated with growth rate in the shoot apex of sunflower (Helianthus annuus)

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Do general practitioners’ consultation rates influence their prescribing patterns of antibiotics for acute respiratory tract infections?

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Maintenance of Growth Rate at Low Temperature in Rice and Wheat Cultivars with a High Degree of Respiratory Homeostasis is Associated with a High Efficiency of Respiratory ATP Production

Mortality rates for common respiratory diseases in an English population 1979–1998: artefact and substantive trends

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(RR)

The number of breaths per minute. It is normally between 6 and 12 but will increase with exercise and respiratory distress.

Subjects: Dentistry.


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