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phene

(fiːn)
n
1. (Biology) biology a genetically controlled feature of an organism
2. (Chemistry) an obsolete term for benzene
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Researchers have already identified a lack of procedure as an inhibitor of the effective knowledge inflow, and eventually of innovation performance (Almeida and Phene 2004).
An effective irrigation schedule considers when to irrigate and how much water to apply for maximizing the profit and water-use efficiency (Ayars & Phene, 2007; Pardossi et al.
The network formed by the subsidiary and other actors in the environment is also very important since it enables the subsidiary to develop its creative skills to further develop its capabilities (Almeida & Phene, 2004).
Beckman, 2006; Chu et al, 2011; Katila y Chen, 2008; Kim, Song y Nerkar, 2012; Kim et al, 2014; Li et al, 2010; Mom et al, 2007; Nerkar, 2003; Phene et al, 2012; Voss, Sirdeshmukh y Voss, 2008; Yang y Li, 2011).
The pair were both alcoholics - and residents said they bonded while drinking together in the nearby Phene Arms.
However, drip caught on through the bold and pioneering early work of applied researchers Don May, of UCCE Fresno County, and Claude Phene, of the USDA Agricultural Research Service's San Joaquin Valley Agricultural Water Management Laboratory, in Parlier.
First, besides the advantages over CJVs in terms of knowledge protection, EJVs are also good at facilitating knowledge sharing and transfer in international R&D JVs by providing a more stable structure and more frequent interactions between more committed partners (Jiang and Li 2009; Phene and Tallman 2012).
9] Rhoades Jd, Phene Cj, Rawlins Sl, Irrigation of cotton with saline drainage water".
Chandy & Williams (1994), for the period from 1984 to 1993, and Phene & Guisinger (1998), for eleven of its publication years (19811991), also focused on the productivity and growth of citations of the JIBS.
Early in 2001, Taylor and Mills [31] reported diodes formed by electrodeposition of a carbon-bridged dithiophene polymer poly[4-dicyano methylene-4H-cyclopenta[2,1 -b:3,4-b']dithio phene (PCDM) (Fig.
This may be because the survey restricted customers to those that are located within 300 miles on the rationale that geographical proximity enhances personal contacts and networks between the firms and their customers (see Phene, Almeida 2008).