ELDOR


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ELDOR

[′el‚dȯr or ¦ē¦el¦dē¦ō′är]
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It also hurts investor's confidence which results in decrease in foreign direct as well as foreign portfolio investment and employment (Eldor & Melnick, 2004).
Soil homogenization: During the process of isolating and quantifying nitrifying bacteria, a previous culture was created in an enriched and selective medium with ammonium or nitrite, together with bicarbonate as a carbon source, which could last for minutes, hours or days, since these bacteria grow slowly due to the low energy yield of the process (Fiencke et al., 2005; Spieck & Bock 2005; Eldor, 2007; Madigan, Martinko, Dunlap, & Clark, 2009).
Several authors have demonstrated that work engagement is positively related to employees' occupational outcomes, such as in-role and extra-role performance, affective commitment, and job satisfaction (Eldor & Harpaz, 2016; Scrima et al., 2014).
Oramed Pharmaceuticals Inc (NASDAQ: ORMP), a developer of oral drug delivery systems, has named Dr Roy Eldor MD PhD as its chief medical director, it was reported yesterday.
[5.] Eldor R, Glaser B, Fraenkel M, Doviner V, Salmon A, Gross DJ.
(19.) Soffer D, Resnick-Roguel N, Eldor A, Kotler M.
Moser The Tangram vase features eldor and aquamarine color-ways and retails for $4, 560.
The Hondurans increased their lead on 49 minutes courtesy of a Kevin Alvarez direct free kick after which it was Uzbekistan who did all the pressing with Sokhibov and Eldor Shomurodov both wasting good opportunities.
(33.) Ruf A, Pick M, Deutsch V, Patscheke H, Goldfarb A, Rachmilewitz E, Guillin C, Eldor, A.
The Whitacre, Eldor, Marx, and Sprotte spinal needles have a "pencil-point" tip with one or two (Eldor) apertures on the side of the shaft proximal to the tip.