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essential fatty acid

[i′sen·chəl ′fad·ē ‚as·əd]
(biochemistry)
Any of the polyunsaturated fatty acids which are required in the diet of mammals; they are probably precursors of prostaglandins.
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It is also vital that farmers seek advice and guidance on how best to approach the 2018 BPS application process to ensure they meet the EFA guidelines but are not hindered by the pesticide ban.
Until date, no new elections have been announced by the EFA.
58 percent of family/friends think they have the resources and information they need to help prevent EFA, and 29 percent are "not sure" (compared to only 15 percent of elders who said they weren't sure).
One of the first decisions to make is whether to apply EFA or Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA).
As the second-half wore on, fatigue and lack of spirit showed in the Fanatics play, and the EFA were in the ascendancy, adding two more goals, both scored by Salman, while Nasser and Kommeel made sure of the victory with a fifth goal.
The crystalline morphology of the drawn EFA copolymers was characterized with a SAXS instrument (M18XHF, MAC Science Co.
him citing the candidature terms of the EFA which provide that a candidate
While EFAs involve structured manipulations of environmental events (Cone, 1997) , the term functional assessment or functional behavioral assessment is the frequently used umbrella term to describe all the procedures involved in assessing the function of a behavior including activities such as interviews, rating scales, and EFA.
Also, there will be a special session dedicated to accomplishing EFA objectives in post-conflict and crisis effected areas.
And as EFA celebrates its 20th annual ceremony on Dec.
Complete essential fatty acid (EFA) solutions provider, Bioriginal (Stand 1065), will be putting fun and flavour into EFAs at this year's Vitafoods exhibition, with an innovative new range of chewable flavoured softgels.
The paper concludes that the transferability of the concepts discussed above and their related debates to the context of EFA in developing countries require a re-contextualisation which takes into account the EFA priorities of equity and access.