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growth phase

one of the stages in the growth of a neoplasm.
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However, studies focusing sampling in different growth phases are relatively scarce; most of the papers report the chemical profile of given species in a fixed momentum of the cultivation, ignoring the continuing process of interaction between microalgae and the medium.
If we are right and the second growth phase is now starting to develop within this wave (growth phases in a zigzag are mostly equal), then the target of wave B might be expected at 1730 points (maybe higher).
Since bacterial cells in different growth phases have different physiological characteristics, they may exhibit different responses to nZVI.
Santo said there are three growth phases for each hair folicle--the anagen phase, the active growth phase in which cells form the hair shaft; the catagen phase, in which the hair stops its growth cycle but doesn't fall out; and the telogen phase, in which the hair falls out to be replaced by new hairs.
Each culture was sampled twice for chemical analysis (on the 6th and 12th days of growth), in late-exponential and stationary growth phases (Fig.
It also allows management to implement cohesive, new brand images during the initial growth phases.
Previously, she held sales positions with a number of companies during rapid growth phases.
Wagner's depth of experience in financial strategy and execution, accounting and finance for technology companies, and investor and analyst relations will be instrumental in the growth and success of Optio during our critical growth phases.
Miller has also proven her breadth with smaller companies leading the significant growth phases of both 2Bridge Software and Covia, Inc.
Net Effect's executive team is made up of made up of people who have led companies through rapid growth phases, and Ken is no exception," said Schoenfeld.
Jim has been pivotal to Pervasive's success, particularly through our IPO and strong growth phases.
Then, in our view, the flat correction will be completed and followed by another growth phase.