The ZET makes use of newly fertilized eggs and a general morphology scoring (GMS) system, which includes the evaluation of mortality, and the development of tail, somite, heartbeat and eyes to assess the effects of chemicals on the development of zebrafish embryos (Hermsen
et al., 2011; Jomaa et al., 2014; Beekhuijzen et al., 2015).
CC, Telgt DS, Linders EH, van de Locht LA, Eling WM, Mensink EJ, et al.
to Steven Lee Whirry and Jeanne Marie Whirry.
* Andre Hermsen
, Chief Compliance & Risk Officer, Fokker Technologies
Several dental schools, with forensics curricula in place (discussed by Stoeckel et al., 2007 , and Hermsen
and Johnson, 2012 ), included elective or required courses with hands-on exercises.
As per Cotter, Hermsen
, Ovadia and Vanneman (2001), there are three criteria of the glass ceiling; first and foremost, even though female and minority have the same qualifications, they still face obstacles in their career advancement.
The converter of choice among the high line US roasters was German manufacturer, KVW (Kaffee Veredelungs Werke) but there were other contenders including Coffex (a Jacobs company), Coffein Compagnie and Hermsen
vying for a piece of the US specialty coffee market.
A team of technology students, including Ethan Brehm, Rob Hermsen
, Brandon Ludwig, and Charlie Rettey, developed a 3D scanning process for tillage sweeps.
The risk of CAUTI increases by 5% per day for every day a catheter stays in place (Tiwari, Charlton, Anderson, Hermsen
, & Rupp, 2011).
says, "The way they used it in the rule seems very simplistic and many compensation systems are more complicated.