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Lw,

former symbol of the element lawrenciumlawrencium,
artificially produced radioactive chemical element; symbol Lr; at. no. 103; mass number of most stable isotope 262; m.p. about 1,627°C;; b.p. and sp. gr. unknown; valence +3.
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Differences in the overall ancestral contibutions to the HWS and LWS lines were minor, despite more than 60 years of selection for 8-week body weight.
To assign the recovered opsin transcripts to the UV, short-wavelength-sensitive (SWS), blue, MWS, or LWS arthropod opsin clades, the phylogenetic relationships of the recovered transcripts and several other arthropod opsin sequences (from Porter et al., 2007) were reconstructed by aligning the coding region of the predicted amino acid sequences using a ClustalW alignment (Larkin et al., 2007; point accepted mutation [PAM] cost matrix: gap open cost, 22.2; gap extend cost, 0.1) run on the Geneious 6.0.6 platform (Kearse et al., 2012).
In our analysis, we will emphasize the two channels through which LWs should be useful.
GH gene fragments revealed five SNP loci (A12G, T45C, G84A, G93A, and C133T) in BMs and TBs, but three SNP loci (A12G, T45C, and G93A) in LWs. Only one SNP locus (A85C) was found in the GHR gene fragment of BMs, and no loci were found in the other two pig breeds.
The additional vocational areas of interest from the learners who will be progressing to LWS 4 for 2013-2014 are drama, art and retail.
(ii) the DOC acted inconsistently by determining that the government provision of land-use rights, in the LWS investigation, was regionally specific;
The Solar Dynamics Observatory is the first mission to be launched for NASA's Living With a Star (LWS) Programme.
With suction-cupped feet to prevent slipping, the portable eight-place LWS Portafuge is a fixed-speed centrifuge built for spinning on the go.
Under the trial program, the Vindicator(R) Laser Wind Sensor (LWS) significantly increased power output and simultaneously reduced the off-axis stress loads of the NPPD test turbine, as demonstrated by third-party instrumentation provided by SWANtech's SWANwind(TM) Condition Monitoring System.