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G1

(1) (Generation 1) The first generation of a product, typically hardware, such as the Android G1 smartphone (see HTC G1).

(2) The first generation of IBM's CMOS-based mainframes (Parallel Enterprise Servers). When introduced in 1994, there was no G1 designation, which was later added to clarify the evolution of the line. See IBM mainframes and Parallel Enterprise Server.
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The electrochemical results show that Co3O4 nanowires demonstrate enhanced specic capacitance (616 F g-1) and electrochemical reversibility, and the specific capacitance of nanowires only decreased 19% after 3000 charge-discharge cycles
Securities and Exchange Commission, assigned the following ratings: RBC Municipal Floater Certificates (Floater Certificates) Series G-1 --'AA'/'F1+'/Stable Outlook.
Calcium chloride (CaCl2) at five levels (0, 0.2, 0.4, 0.6, 0.8 mg g-1) was applied as foliar sprays at the initial and peak flowering of alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) and data were recorded for seed yield and yield components.
Fish showed accumulation of Mn (1.730.96, 4.52.47 ug g-1), Zn (3.102.11, 23.829.77 ug g-1), Cu (3.181.50, 26.0813.81 ug g-1), Cd (0.171.88, 0.910.61 ug g-1) and Pb (0.251.77, 1.330.53 ug g-1) in muscle, and liver respectively.
Newly proposed maximum residual limit (MRL) for imidacloprid in rice by European food safety authority is 1.5 u g g-1. High performance liquid chromatography with photo diode array detector was employed for imidacloprid residues analysis.
We report a range of effects of concentrations associated with various levels of reproductive impairment; for example, a 10% reduction in nest success corresponded with 0.7 [micro]g g-1 mercury in the blood, 2.4 [micro]g g-1 mercury in body feathers, 3.0 [micro]g g-1 mercury in tail feathers, and 0.11 [micro]g g-1 mercury in eggs.
Gallery One (G-1), the leading retail art gallery brand in the Middle East, has opened a store at The Pearl-Qatar overlooking La Croisette marina.
Lead investigator Shuk-mei Ho, PhD, chairwoman of the Department of Environmental Health at the University of Cincinnati and her team previously found they can inhibit the growth of prostate cancer cell lines in culture by targeting and activating a protein called G protein-coupled receptor 30 (GPR30) using the experimental drug G-1, a GPR30 agonist, or stimulator.
Phosphorus (P) was added in the soil solution from 0 to 1000 ug g-1 soil as KH 2PO4, dissolved in 0.01 M CaCl2.
It was so unnecessary for so many people to die," said Mary Lou Bradley, who works for the Army's G-1 (Personnel).
Yet for this one hour, before Krauss moves on to teach the girls of the G-1 unit, the boys are eager, attentive, and fairly nimble as they scramble through his fast-paced warm-up of stretches, slides, skips, and pivoting walks.