Elevatory


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The elevatory movement, and the eating-back power of the sea during the periods of rest, have been equable over long lines of coast; for I was astonished to find that the step-like plains stand at nearly corresponding heights at far distant points.
The increased elevatory drop in the Teme's total journey increased the river's energy, causing more riverbed erosion and giving it a greater ability to transport sediment.
3A and B, LPS significantly induced an increasing nuclear protein expression of NF-[kappa]B, however, the elevatory nuclear translocation of NF-[kappa]B was significantly down-regulated by treatment of MWP (200 [micro]g/ml), indicating that LPS-induced NF-[kappa]B activation was effectively inhibited by MWP.