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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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Related work on knowledge sharing in organizations has examined the effect of physical proximity and (dis)similarity of individuals (Haas and Cummings 2015; Tallman and Phene 2007).
Interesting The paintings section contains an interesting selection of Victorian watercolours, including examples by Thomas Shotter Boys, John Linnell and Richard Phene Spiers.
"And he would be in the pub, The Phene, in King's Road, I remember it well and he walked in and it was like this, like 60s carpet and this old grimy bar and he would just sit in the corner and mind his business, play cribbage, but I just thought, 'This is so depressing'.
Em resposta a necessidade de equilibrar a integracao global e a resposta local, as subsidiarias estrangeiras devem desempenhar um papel de destaque na criacao de conhecimentos valiosos a multinacional com um todo (Phene & Almeida, 2008).
GC-MS analysis of the ethyl acetate extract of Streptomycetes cavourensis SKCMM1 fermented broth Classification Compound % Aniline Compound 2,4-Dimethoxy-tri phenylamine 0.52 Fatty acid Pentanoic acid 1.76 2,4,6-Octatrienoic acid 2.74 Hydroxy Compound 1,4-Dioxane-2,6-dimethanol 13.06 Caryophyllenyl alcohol 0.67 3-Cyclohexen-1-ol 0.67 Geosmin 2.48 Hydrocarbons 1,5-Bis pentane 0.47 Docosane 0.50 Cycloheptanone 1.12 Benzene 2.12 Cycloalkane compound Cyclohexane 7.58 Cyclopropane 1.11 Aromatic compound 1,3-Bisbenzo thio phene 8.66 Carboxamide Cyclopropane carboxamide 0.8 Unknown compounds 55.74
JOHNSON, R.S.; PHENE, B.; SLAUGHTER, D.; DEJONG, T.; DAY, K.; DUNCAN, R.; NORTON M.; HASEY, J.
Phene Hospital was constructed in 1965 as a faith - based health facility by three churches - the Lutheran, the Episcopal and the Methodist churches, with support from the government of Liberia.
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Polymorphism and phene geography of the blue rock pigeon in Europe.
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., 2009).
Firms seeking alliances recognize opportunities for resource complementarity that are best exploited for rents through collaborative operational models rather than through market means or acquisition (Phene & Tallman, 2014).