growth phase


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growth phase

one of the stages in the growth of a neoplasm.
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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).
Previous studies on the effects of nZVI on bacteria were based mainly on cells from stationary growth phase.
The banking sector in Qatar is experiencing a high growth phase.
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.
Roughly 85-95% of your hair is in the growth phase at any given time.
Trainer steered Sartomer through many acquisitions, sales and restructurings during the 1980s, driving an extensive growth phase with product line and company acquisitions, new product development and aggressive market expansion.
2] produced during its incineration at the disposal stage with the absorption that occurs during its growth phase.
I believe he is the ideal person to lead MetLife through its next growth phase.
Typical incubator clients are pre-launch phase entrepreneurs who have an idea, but need the support and assistance of a structured framework or existing entrepreneurs who are looking for support services while regrouping in anticipation of a growth phase.
The growth phase lasts an average of three to five years so a full-length hair averages 18-30 inches.
The receptors gradually disappear during the growth phase.
Currently in the middle of a growth phase, the smart cards market is showing unprecedented signs of double-digit growth.