One untreated population was taken from culture room of Department of Zoology, University of Punjab, Lahore and this population was never exposed to any pesticide/fumigant since thirteen years so it was termed as susceptible
Selection of the susceptible
and resistant snail stocks: Separation of resistant and susceptible
isolates (F0) was achieved according to Zanotti-Magalhaes, Magalhaes and Carcalho (1997) and El-Nassery et al.
3%) were susceptible
to amikacin, whereas all of them were resistant to cephalothin and clindamycin.
The refined SOSa-SPSa model in Figure 2(a) depicts the process of sentiment contagion between the optimistic subjects and the susceptible
subjects as follows: (1) a small possibility exists for the susceptible
subjects to become optimistic subjects when coming in contact with the pessimistic subjects; (2) when the optimistic subjects comes in contact with the susceptible
subjects, the optimistic subjects remain optimistic, and the susceptible
subjects become optimistic with a possibility of [[beta].
95] values, respectively, observed for one population from Collier County (GCC-AG) were not significantly different from the respective mortality values of the susceptible
strain (t = -0.
Punjeab-1 (Pb-1) the most susceptible
variety was planted after every two test lines as spreader.
After every 2 test rows, one row of Aug-424 were planted as susceptible
During hypnosis, the brains of those in the susceptible
group seemed to switch "states", becoming faster at spotting when the left LED flashed first.
3 : easily affected or impressed by <You're so susceptible
In fact, they are recommending cutting down all infested trees and trees susceptible
to infestation in a two-square-mile area in northern Worcester - potentially 20,000 trees.
0 [micro]g/ml were considered to be intermediately susceptible
Out of thirty eight, 4 were found highly susceptible
, 22 susceptible
and 12 were resistant after screening in the field.