EHD


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EHD

abbreviation for electrohemodynamics.

EHD

epizootic hemorrhagic disease.
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Graduates of the Front End Foundations Course will be eligible for post-course internships with the goal of becoming a junior employee either with EHD or with one of their partners.
With the exceptions of Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas, populations of this subgroup are declining for a host of reasons, among them EHD, predation and loss of habitat.
Control of liquid flow distribution utilizing EHD conduction pumping mechanism.
EHD control would also be complicated by a lack of vaccines (3).
Despite six decades of EHD lubrication studies, safety and reliability improvement of journal bearing under dynamic loading is still considered as a challenging task.
And that brings us to one reason we are seeing more EHD and BT in the past five to seven years--the summer droughts that make midge outbreaks worse.
The investigation began in late 1998, after the EHD received a series of consumer complaints about cleanliness at local stores.
However, when the PCR products were purified and sequenced, none of the obtained sequences showed homology with published EHD sequences.
Robson was last seen Wednesday morning in the Myrtle Point area, driving a white Chevy van with an Oregon license plate reading 085 EHD, Frasier said.
For the metals analysis, samples with a turbidity value greater than 1 nephelometric turbidity unit required digestion by EHD Metals Method 780.
One thought to explain the decreases in the Midwestern states might be the negative impacts of recent hard winters and EHD on their deer herds.
I think the Decade of Decline article (April/May 2014) was right on the money: over harvest of does, EHD and excessive coyote predation of fawns has decimated the deer herd in southern Michigan.