Rollet

Rol·let

(rol'ĕt),
Alexander, Austrian physiologist, 1834-1903. See: Rollet stroma, Ritter-Rollet phenomenon.
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Therefore, it was not possible to analyze any potential association between annual mean salaries for CNMs/CMs and these demographic characteristics, although such an association has been demonstrated for both NPs and PAs (Coombs, 2014; Rollet & Lebo, 2008).
Rollet, Current Issues in Recrystallization, A review, Mater.
Biographies et prosopographies en histoire des sciences, Philippe Nabonnand et Laurent Rollet (dir.), Nancy: Presses universitaires de Nancy, 605-30.
Rollet et al., "Marijuana smoking does not accelerate progression of liver disease in HIV-hepatitis C coinfection: A longitudinal Cohort analysis," Clinical Infectious Diseases, vol.
Quinoa, for example, was originally cultivated 1,000 years ago by ancient Incas in the Bolivian Altiplano region of the Andes Mountains, where it was known as a "mother grain," says Edouard Rollet, co-CEO and co-founder of Alter Eco, the company that introduced its Heirloom Quinoa to the United States in 2005.
Vincent and Grenada (Adams, 1997; Rollet, 2010; Acevedo-Rodriguez & Strong, 2016).