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Reference Gene Validation for Quantitative PCR Under Various Biotic and Abiotic Stress Conditions in Toxoptera citricida (Hemiptera, Aphidiae)

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Association of marine viral and bacterial communities with reference black carbon particles under experimental conditions: an analysis with scanning electron, epifluorescence and confocal laser scanning microscopy

Unidroit Principles - Reference To The Unidroit Principles In Support Of A Solution Under Domestic Law - Article 7.4.7./Principes D´Unidroit - Référence Aux Principes D´Unidroit À L´Appui D´Une Solution De Droit National - Article 7.4.7.

Unidroit Principles - Reference To The Unidroit Principles In Support Of A Solution Under Domestic Law - Article 7.4.13./Principes D´Unidroit - Référence Aux Principes D´Unidroit À L´Appui D´Une Solution De Droit National - Article 7.4.13.

 

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A transaction between two counterparties which cannot be agreed until the terms and conditions are referred back to one of the party's principals for acceptance.

Subjects: Economics.


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