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systematic

Biology of or relating to the taxonomic classification of organisms
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After having derived the relevant criteria from IFRS for evaluating the CHE research ranking, we now have to generate a structural framework for a systematical analysis.
An Introduction to Physiological and Systematical Botany.
Overall, there are few reports on silica xerogel preparation from coal gangue, the reported utilization of the silicon resource was lower than 70%, and no systematical characterizations of such materials, but quite a lot of publications, were reported for precipitated silica fabrications [20-22]; however, the main challenge of aerogel preparation is controlling high Si[O.
We conducted a systematical comparison of the above three Bayesian inference models and summarized it in Table 1.
Olfati-Saber and Murray [5] have introduced a systematical framework of consensus problem in networks of dynamic agents with fixed/switching topology and communication time-delays.
Systematical studies on the species of the subgenus Bobmbus (Thoracobombus) (Hymenoptera: Apidae, Bombus Latreille) in Turkey.
Using the updated definition of OD as the systematical build-up of an organization's capabilities, the following segment covers areas of practice which illustrate OD work on Purpose, Processes and People (the three Ps of OD): 1.
This article comprises of feature of a "kind of bacteria" by its "N-fixability" through a systematical manner.
For his part, Tunisian Interior Minister Najem Gharsalli called for countering systematical violation of human rights and encroachments upon people's rights regardless of the perpetrators.
Ali Uy-ur Bulut, Istanbul Branch Chairman of Anatolian Youth Foundation held an explanation in the name of the group and stated that the Israel, the state of terror, is continuing systematical provocation and attacks against Muslims.
Another sports training definition is that "sports training is a pedagogical process managed by some scientific principles, which, through a planned and systematical influence on the capability of achieving a high performance, leads the sportsmen to obtaining remarkable results, in a certain sport area" (Menschel, Stein, Fahrmann, 1984, pg.

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