NND | definition of NND by Medical dictionary
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New and Nonofficial Drugs, a former publication of the American Medical Association, which described new drugs that had not been admitted to the U.S. Pharmacopeia.
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It has been suggested that development of mechanosensory organs, such as lateral lines, contribute to decreases in NND in school formations of juvenile fish (Masuda and Tsukamoto, 1998).
2014) could be explained by the development of antipredator behavior by juveniles through improvement in their schooling behavior as indicated by the decrease in NND at >30.
The VFA molar proportions (Table 3) revealed elevated acetate and decreased butyrate, by the NND treatment.
The N from NND resulted in a lower proportion of total N present as N[H.
78 mg sodium nitrate in the NND treatment would result in an additional 2.
The NND treatment resulted in less and slower total net gas production (Figure 1 and Table 2).