Evidence for DNA methylation effects has also been observed for nonpersistent
pesticides, such as organophosphates (Zhang et al.
Virulence genes of bovine Staphylococcus aureus from persistent and nonpersistent
intramammary infections with different clinical characteristics.
The extensive nature of the psychosocial development factors identified by research contribute to my tentative theory of the phenomenon of nonpersistent
college students--high-achieving, low-income students in community colleges may require psychosocial development in order to persist in college.
CMV is readily transmitted in a nonpersistent
manner by more than 75 species of aphids (Palukaitis et al.
The conversation to ensure that those two officers are coordinated can start as simply as, "I think the enemy will use nonpersistent
chemical agents right here before it attacks to degrade our command and control and fighting ability.
6 percent), early stage nonpersistent
(28 percent vs.
A learning control layout is expected to be convergent in spite of nonpersistent
and small persistent disturbances.
As a result, the Intelligence Community relies on nonpersistent
, space-based imagery collection for North Korea.
Throughout the Cold War, NATO forces assumed that if conflict with the Soviet Union were to turn hot, a Soviet offensive would involve the almost immediate widespread use of both persistent and nonpersistent
For example, a unit should define and label orbits optimized for a primary need of persistent observation, maximizing coverage area or nonpersistent
Aviruliferous adult wingless green peach aphids (Myzus persicae (Sulzer)) were used for nonpersistent
transmission of WMV-Tr isolate.
Virus-vector interactions mediating nonpersistent
and semipersistent transmission of plant viruses.