clearance rate


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clearance rate

removal of biochemical substances from blood, measured in mL/min
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ABSTRACT The aim of the current study was to investigate the effect of water current velocities on the clearance rate of Mytilus edulis when different numbers of mussels were used in the experiments.
9 per cent clearance rate of serious crimes in the emirate in the past five years, a top officer has said.
The current study was designed to provide information on temporal variation in particle clearance rate throughout a growing season (from late May to Early October) of oysters grown in a floating upweller system (FLUPSY) in a small embayment.
However, with the exception of Osarus, which varied year on year by 15 per cent, each sale has maintained a similar clearance rate to last year.
It yielded a complete clearance rate of 50% on day 57, and an 85% median reduction in AKs, according to Dr.
Cushman & Wakefield's London auction hit pounds 75m last week with a clearance rate of 87% of the properties offered for sale.
There were 786 vehicles stolen in Greenville County in 1993, compared to 810 stolen in 1992 with a clearance rate of 36.
7) The author derived this figure by averaging the reported current-year clearance rate over the 5-year period of 2000 through 2004 and then examining departments above the mean.
British Blondes also enjoyed a good days trading at Perth with a 75% clearance rate.
While the clearance rate for homicides nationally is 65 percent, in some inner-city big-city neighborhoods it's in single-digit figures.
There was no significant difference in urinary N content between dry and lactating cows, but PUN, urine volume, urinary N excretion and N clearance rate of kidneys were significantly higher (p<0.
In the trunk and extremity studies, ingenol mebutate gel had a complete clearance rate (100% of lesions gone) of 28% and 42%, compared with 5% for the vehicle control in both studies.