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NET

Abbreviation for norepinephrine transporter.

NET

Abbreviation for:
nerve excitability test
neuroendocrine tumour
new and emerging technologies 
non-equilibrium thermodynamics

net·work

(net'wŏrk)
1. A structure bearing a resemblance to a woven fabric. A network of nerve fibers or small vessels.
Synonym(s): rete (1) [TA] , net.
2. The people in a patient's environment, especially as significant for the course of the illness.
See also: reticulum

net,

adj devoid of anything extraneous; free from all deductions, such as charges, expenses, taxes; remaining after expenses.

net, nett

the correct amount; not subject to further deductions; the amount remaining after all deductions have been made.

net calf crop
calves surviving until weaning.
net energy
energy available to the ingester for metabolic purposes. See also metabolizable energy.
net profit
gross income less all costs incurred by the enterprise.
net worth statement
balance sheet.

Patient discussion about net

Q. where is the greatest data base of Fibromyalgia over the net? do someone know the address ? will i find all my answers there ? is it like here where you can chat with other patient ?

A. i looked for information about Fibromyalgia all around the web and the best site gathering reliable information on it is:
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/fibromyalgia.html

gives you every web page about it and with a quality stamp :)


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Net energy Schiemann and NE Dutch system underestimated diets with higher starch content, while the NE Just system underestimated diets with higher starch content and overestimated diets with higher levels of CP and dietary fiber (Noblet and van Milgen, 2004).
NET Energy Group says the mechanical, electrical and process design work for the plant is now complete.
Thus making more efficient buildings under this zero net energy definition may be counterproductive.
Since the last study in 2004, the net energy balance of corn ethanol has increased from 1.
Net energy refers to the energy in a feed ingredient available to the pig after normal metabolic losses.
The new study Searching for a Miracle: Net Energy Limits & the Fate of Industrial Society is the first major analysis to utilize the new research tools of "full life cycle assessment" and "net energy ratios" (Energy Returned on Energy Invested, EROEI), to compare all currently proposed future scenarios for how industrial society can face its long term future.
Our goal is transform Jordan from net energy importing to net electricity exporting country by 2030," added Tukan, whose country imports 95 percent of its energy needs.
Critics claim that corn ethanol has only a small net energy yield and too little potential for direct reductions in greenhouse gas emissions compared to the use of gasoline," a member of the research team said in a press release.
of Mount Laurel, NJ and will partner with New Age to initially supply its ZESS 50 regenerative fuel cell for the new Zero Net Energy visitors center at Rutgers University.
We estimated the net energy generated from mechanical fuel reduction thinning treatments on pure ponderosa pine stands in Arizona.
When the fossil fuel consumption of the nuclear fuel cycle--including mining, milling, enrichment, fuel fabrication, transport, plant construction, shielding, waste disposal, and terrorism protection--are considered, nuclear is a marginal net energy source at best, and a substantial greenhouse contributor.