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CREN

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Para describir el comportamiento del factor de condicion por mes y por categoria de sexo, se utilizo el factor de condicion relativa Kn (KnLC o KnLT) segun estuviesen implicados LC o LT respectivamente, donde Kn = peso / pesos medios suavizados, (Le Cren, 1951).
La ONG NSF aboga por un enfoque mixto, en el que casos individuales de malnutricion severa son tratados en el CREN, y al mismo tiempo, con la colaboracion de las enfermeras comunitarias del MoHSW, se aborda a la poblacion general mediante campanas de sensibilizacion, cribados de deteccion precoz de casos de malnutricion, y manejo de la enfermedad en sus propias comunidades.
"Cren and the War of the Seven Days" follows Jamey as he learns this fact when he finds himself in an alternate universe.
According to the Council for Renewable Energy in Nigeria, CREN, the country lost N126bn ($1.01bn) to erratic power supplies in 2006.
Among-reservoir differences in slope often imply differences in condition, or relative "plumpness (Le Cren 1951).
"What is a Portal, Anyway?" Corporation for Research & Educational Networking (CREN).
The SVR's Bob Callaway, speaking in a TechTalk forum of the Corporation for Research and Educational Networking (CREN), sketched a vision for a future e-business approach to central support of software licensing.
That RCA is called CREN (the Corporation for Research and Educational Networking, a consortium of universities that provides institutional certificate services).
ListProc is available for a free 90-day trial, but costs $2,500 for a license--less for nonprofits and companies that join the nonprofit CREN (Corporation for Research and Educational Networking).
Similarly, other studies on perch population fecundity find that egg production in any given year is more than sufficient to allow strong year classes (Alm 1946, 1952, Le Cren 1962, Nyberg 1976).
ListProc by CREN, the Corporation for Research and Educational Networking, is one mailing listserv commonly used in academe (CREN, 1998).
Looking ahead, Merit will work with the Corporation for Research and Educational Networking (CREN) in Washington, D.C., to help university staff and students access computing resources when they leave campus.