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and the relative absence of ARGs and plasmids, whereas the coastal ocean samples were characterized by phages (primarily Myoviridae and Podoviridae) and the relative absence of MRGs, TEs, and pathogens.
Outro modo, mais radical, ao que parece, mais bem sucedido, e airada próximo do cinema, por sua origem e seu desenrolar, que descreverei a seguir, é o Alternate Reality Game, ARG, -- Jogo de Realidade Alternativa.
In many studies, native bacteria in drinking water systems have been shown to accumulate ARG (Vaz-Moreira et al.
2010) reported that sulfonamide and tetracycline ARGs were only slightly less abundant in lagoons receiving organic versus conventional dairy waste.
Beginning in fall 2006, TTGP began using draft versions of these measures to evaluate Pacific Fleet CSGs and ARGs, and upon approval of these measures in spring 2008, both CSFTL and TTGP have been using the measures for each and every deploying CSG and ARG and forward deployed groups.
BBN, which was contracted to develop the tools and pedagogy and administer the demonstration, provides tools to support ARGs under its trademark, Helical Training.
Antibiotics, ARB, and ARGs from farm animals, households, hospitals, and drug manufacturers often end up at WWTPs.
She was diverted to Haiti and added to the Bataan ARG as a fourth ship.
The logistics support became very challenging, as all food, water, ammunition, and spare parts for the Marine vehicles and helicopters had to be transferred from the ships in the ARGs.
The nine ARGs such as the LGBT & Friends Leadership Council broaden associate understanding and an appreciation of diverse experiences and perspectives, and help to identify workplace barriers.
WellPoint's ARGs are voluntary, associate-driven groups open to all WellPoint associates.
ARGs are designed to provide support and opportunity to associates with similar interests while providing feedback and leadership within the organization to promote collaboration and stronger performance.