10, which demonstrates local-time synchronism
in the change of the shape of histograms constructed for the measurements of [sup.
The gall inducer presents a temporal synchronism
to maximize the use of host plant resources to its own benefit.
Therefore, there is a synchronism
between male and female L.
The number of predatory wasps showed some periodicity but no obvious temporal synchronism
with the other variables.
Hathaway further delineates an integrative epistemological synchronism
that both acknowledges and appreciates the tensions often encountered when approaching new empirical findings through the lens of the infallible Word of God.
It should be noted that the dynamics of the moose population throughout Ukraine was notable for its synchronism
Auto re-closure schemes as applied to EHV systems have, by offering benefits such as maintaining system stability and synchronism
, been a major cause of a substantial improvement in the continuity of supply.
Stephen Campbell's recent study shares the notion of a synchronism
of the text and studiolo imagery.
According to Richard Gombrich, "Asoka's dates are approximately established by the synchronism
between his 13th major rock edict, which is dated by scholars in the 13th year after his consecration, and the five monarchs of the Hellenistic world named therein as reigning at the time.
Named as cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT), the procedure had its beneficial effects clearly evidenced in large randomized clinical trials, with improvements in cardiac synchronism
and systolic function, enhanced tolerance to stress and improved quality of life (6-9).
However one cannot affirm that when reaching a synchronism
between business strategy and IT infrastructure, an organization has reached all the requirements demandable to implement a process of change induced by a competitive intelligence system.
Lacking that synchronism
we work too hard; we move too soon or too late.