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sprent

(sprɛnt)
vb (intr)
to spring or leap forward in an agile manner
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For this reason, this study concentrates to find error-free technical efficiency by applying the unreplicated linear functional relationship model (ULFR) that first introduced by Adcock in the year 1877 (Sprent, 1990).
"Liberty Mutual is fully committed to providing effective credit and political risk insurance products globally," commented Peter Sprent, head of Financial Risk Solutions, Liberty Specialty Markets, in the same statement.
The new unit, based in London and with global reach, is led by Peter Sprent, Head of Financial Risk Solutions, Liberty Specialty Markets (LSM).
Sprent (1999) discute la necesidad de P en leguminosas fijadoras y no fijadoras de N y concluye que no se comprueba que en los tropicos se tengan los altos requerimientos del elemento mencionados en regiones subtropicales, encontrandose leguminosas que pueden fijar el elemento en suelos bajos en P disponible.
Presenta nodulos radiculares (Sprent, 2001), se reproduce por semillas y se multiplica por raices gemiferas.
(51.) Odee, D.W., Haukka, K., Mcinroy, S.G., Sprent, J.I., Sutherland, J.M., Young, J.P.W.
A especie apresenta ainda, grande potencial para o reflorestamento em areas de solos tropicais degradados (GOI; SPRENT; JACOB-NETO, 1997; VALCARCEL; D'ALTERIO, 1998; VALCARCEL et al., 2007).
Sprent, "Phenotypic characteristics and composition of rhizobia associated with woody legumes growing in diverse Kenyan conditions," Plant and Soil, vol.
(eds), Parasite lives: papers on parasites, their hosts and their associations to honour JFA Sprent. Univ.
Sprent, "Requirements for peptide-induced T cell receptor downregulation on naive [CD.sup.+] T cells," Journal of Experimental Medicine, vol.
Sprent, "Homeostatic proliferation and survival of naive and memory T cells," European Journal of Immunology, vol.