Ayabe

Ayabe

(äyä`bā), city (1990 pop. 40,595), Kyoto prefecture, W central Honshu, Japan, on the Yura River. It is an agricultural and communications center where raw silk and silk fabrics are manufactured.
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Charles East (Boryk, Nagler, Windle, Drury) 2:44.11; 300 breast relay: Naperville Central (Ayabe, Flessner, Russo, Deng) 3:04.53; 400 free relay: St.
One of Beccat's suppliers, Masatake Ayabe, has enjoyed a 30-year career in Tsukiji and fears that business might suffer when the market moves to Toyosu.
Masao Gito, Nobuyuki Murakami, Tadayuki Ayabe, Yuji Oto, Asami Takahashi, and Toshiro Nagai collected the samples.
Ayabe, "Paneth cell a-defensins and enteric microbiota in health and disease," Bioscience of Microbiota, Food and Health, vol.
2016 Awarded to Kyoto Ayabe Plant (category: implementation of countermeasures / dissemination); and, awarded for the residential-use solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) co-generation system, ENE-FARM Type S (category: technology development / product) ( ANI )
(9.) Akamine S, Kawahara K, Nakamura A, Takahashi T, Yamamoto S, Ayabe H, et al.
Based on the theory of Matsuda and Ayabe [17,18], we extract the associated [R.sub.CT] from the peak-to-half peak width, [absolute value of ([E.sub.pc/2] - [E.sub.pc])], of the cathodic waves inset in panel (a):
Ayabe et al., "The use of uniaxial accelerometry for the assessment of physical-activity-related energy expenditure: A validation study against whole-body indirect calorimetry," British Journal of Nutrition, vol.
In a study with a focus on freeliving conditions, Ayabe et al.
Mori, Y., Ayabe, M., Yahiro, T., Tobina, T., Kiyonaga, A., Shindo, M., Yamada, T.