aglu

aglu

(ˈæɡluː) or

agloo

n
Canadian a breathing hole made in ice by a seal
[C19: from Inuktitut]
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The Agriculture land use (AGLU) model was developed to assess the global land-use change and the extent of carbon emission (Saranwong and Likasiri, 2017).
Instead the enzymatic activities of membrane bound glycohydrolases, Figure 2, are significantly higher in ED than in controls: HEX P < 0.01 (+27%) (ED patients: 58.1 [+ or -] 14.9; (27.9-93.1); control group: 45.7 [+ or -] 20.0; (19.8-71.2)); GCR P < 0.01 (+22%) (ED patients: 539.3 [+ or -] 126.7; (315.8893.7); control group: 441.7 [+ or -] 175.1; (190.2-768.6)); and aGLU P < 0.001 (+36%) (ED patients: 269.8 [+ or -] 71.2; (141.4424.4); control group: 198.3 [+ or -] 50.3; (109.7-317.8)).
It consists of four modules, that is, Edmonds-Reilly-Barnes model (ERB), Agriculture and Land use simulation model (AgLU), Model for the Assessment of Greenhouse-gas Induced Climate Change (MAGICC), and Regional Climate Change Scenario Generator (SCENGEN).
Beyin omurilik sivisi (BOS) brusella aglu tinasyon testleri pozitif olan hasta, cocuklarda brusellozun noropsikiyatrik yakinmalara neden olabilecegini vurgulamak amaci ile sunulmustur.
[alpha]-glucosidase is a heterosubunit protein, in which the two hetero subunits are composed of residues 26-252 and 267-985 of aglu respectively and the two hetero subunits have a very tight interaction (27).