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Agdash

 

city and administrative center of Agdash Raion, Azerbaijan SSR, in the Shirvan Plain, 10 km northeast of the Liaka railroad station on the Tbilisi-Baku highway line. The population in 1968 was 12,800. Agdash has a silkworm farm, a cotton mill, and a dairy plant. There is a technical school of agriculture, a medical school, and a pedagogical school. Agdash is an old city, well-known for its trade in silk and silk products. A caravansary has remained. Agdash arose in the 16th century and was organized as a city in 1900.

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Only one measurement was made for 12 boys regarding AGDas and for 24 boys regarding AGDap.
Strongest and most significant inverse associations were found between AGDas and DiNP metabolites and most strongly for oh-MMeOP [mono-(4-methyl-7-hydroxyloctyl) phthalate] and oxo-MMeOP [mono-(2-ethyl-5-oxohexyl) phthalate] and the sum of DiNP metabolites (Table 5).
The ORs for having an AGDas in the 2nd-3rd quartile when compared with the 4th quartile as a function of (log-transformed) DiNP metabolite concentrations were in the range of 1.
Finally, the odds of having a short AGDas (in the 1st quartile) when compared with a long AGDas (4th quartile) as a function of quartile of phthalate metabolite concentration showed a linear dose-response relationship for prenatal DiNP metabolite exposure (Figure 1A).
Week one results: 1 Paul Williams (18 points), 2 Chris Igaya (18), 3 Agdas Ahmed (16), 4 Andy Love (16), 5 Gino Gizzi (15).