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  • THE TERAHERTZ FEATURES OF TRANSPORT...

    We here research the features of transport of nerve impulse along the nerve fiber using modern theory of molecular biology, in which we think this transport is due to the driving of bio-energy released from the hydrolyses reaction of ATP molecules in the cells. Because ATP molecules are often attach...

  • OXIDATIVE STATUS AND ORGAN DAMAGE M...

    Aim: Neonatal calf diarrhoea is the major cause of calf deaths in the world. Although some pathogens are including calf diarrhoea, Cryptosporidium spp. is the most determined microbial agent as protozoa. The main aim of this research was to determine the blood oxidative status parameters of the calf...

  • Do Spot Rate Volatility and Forward...

    This study investigates the impact of exchange rate volatility as well as forward market intervention on forward premia in the Indian case. The study finds that the exchange rate volatility positively impacts month-over-month change in forward premia. In fact, inclusion of the exchange rate volatili...

  • DIAGNOSIS OF CYSTIC HYDATIDOSIS IN ...

    Aim: Cystic echinococcosis, a zoonotic infection, is caused by metacestod formation of the Echinococcus granulosus, and it causes major economical loses and health disorders. This study was carried out to determine the sensitivities of ELISA test in order to serologic diagnosis of cystic echinococco...

  • INVESTIGATION ON ARABIAN AND BARBE ...

    The aim of this study was to investigate the difference between two horses (Equus caballus) breeds (Arabian and Barb) colostrum and milk. Both breeds are raised in the west region of Algeria in the same management conditions. A total of eight mares (3 Barbe and 5 Arabian) were used from the national...

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