gammil

gammil

[′gam·əl]
(chemistry)
A unit of concentration, equal to a concentration of 1 milligram of solute in 1 liter of solvent. Also known as micril; microgammil.
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According to Roberts and Gammil (2005) manifestation of maternal disorder of preeclampsia requires initiation by reduced placental perfusion, followed by maternal response that occurs only in the presence confounding maternal factors (genetic, behavioural or environmental)is associated with reduced perfusion not only to the foeto-placental unit but to all maternal vascular beds (12).
in McCrory; Wade Whistle of Osceola; Bobby Gammil of Tyronza; Mike McCarty of Blytheville; Richard Vincent of Houston; Bryan Fancher of Huntsville, Ala.
Executive producers, Greg Malins, Andy Ackerman; producers, Tom Papa, Pamela Grant, Brian Boyle; consulting producers, Tom Gammil, Max Pross; director, Ackerman; writers, Malins, Papa; camera, Wayne Kennan; editor, Danny White; music, Steven Cahill; production designer, John Shaffner; casting, Dava White.
in McCrory, Wade Whistle of Osceola, Bobby Gammil of Blytheville, Mike McCarty of Blytheville, Richard Vincent of Houston, Bryan Fancher of Huntsville, Ala.
Scott Gammil and Don Cole are employed by Moore Stephens Frost in Little Rock.