The handbook does not have an addenda section or appendix; nor does it include any commentary or material found in TARE's addenda (Professional Practice and Law, Regression Analysis and Statistical Applications, Financial Formulas, and Bibliography).
Used with the TARE text, the handbook provides alternative explanations, discussions, and examples, which are often helpful when understanding new, unfamiliar, material.
For instructors, the handbook provides alternative ways to present much of the TARE information.
The handbook is more helpful augmenting some chapters of TARE's text than others, for example, the chapters covering statistics, market analysis, and discounted cash flow.
The HPLC method was successfully applied to investigate the pharmacokinetics of RES following a single i.g.[text incomplete in original source] (77.5, 155 and 310 mg/kg TARES) administration and a single i.g.
Parameters TARES RES (mg P (mg/ / kg) value kg) 77.5 155 310 100 AU [C.sub.0- 272.7 558.5 1069.6 320.0 > 0.05 [infinity] [+ or [+ or [+ or [+ or (mg min/l) -] -] -] -] 31.2 58.9 115.7 42.85 [t.sub.1/2] 370.1 394.7 419.7 [+ 118.0 > 0.05 (min) [+ or [+ or or -] [+ or -] -] 47.5 -] 50.7 43.6 20.31 CL (l/min) 0.273 0.255 0.268 0.310 > 0.05 [+ or [+ or [+ or [+ or -] -] -] -] 0.028 0.021 0.034 0.045 Vz (L) 153.7 145.4 162.1 [+ 52.7 [+ >0.05 [+ or [+ or or -] or -] -] -] 34.2 11.5 29.0 32.7 Data are expressed as mean [+ or -] S.D.
Tissue distribution of TARES or RES was investigated following a single i.g.
Equipped with six operational keys (zero, print, units, tare
, select and F1), it offers built-in routines, allowing multiple configurations for individual weighing needs.