Etard reaction

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Etard reaction

[ā′tär rē‚ak·shən]
(organic chemistry)
Direct oxidation of an aromatic or heterocyclic bound methyl group to an aldehyde by utilizing chromyl chloride or certain metallic oxides.
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Studies that have measured the direct effect of ill health on agricultural production have mostly dwelt on the impact of one or two selected diseases on a single crop, and relied on incidence of the disease in an area without taking into cognizance the hours or days of agricultural activities lost due to health problems; see Audibert [13] and Audiber and Etard [14] for instance.
A study of technical efficiency in Mali by Audibert and Etard [14] revealed that treatment for schistosomiasis increased technical efficiency.
Bocca ML, Le Doze F, Etard O, Pottier M, L'Hoste J, Denise P.
Address for correspondence: Jean-Francois Etard, Institut de Recherche pour le Developpement, BP 1386, Dakar, Senegal; fax: +221 832 43 07; email: etard@ird.
Jean-Francois Etard, * Pierre Colbachini, [dagger] Jacques-Albert Dromigny, [double dagger] and Jean-David Perrier- Gros-Claude [double dagger]
Etard JF, Ndiaye I, Thierry-Mieg M, Gueye NF, Gueye PM, Laniece I, Dieng AB, Diouf A, Laurent C, Mboup S, Sow PS and E Delaporte Mortality and causes of death in adults receiving highly active antiretroviral therapy in Senegal: a 7-year cohort study.