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MAU

MAU

(Multi-station Access Unit) A network hub or switch. See hub and hub vs. switch.
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The knowledge of the phenological patterns is considered fundamental for the understanding of the reproductive biology of the species and for the development of breeding programs (MAUES; COUTURIER, 2002).
Vidal leg.), 1 [male], INPA; Maues, Rio Abacaxis, FLONA de Pau-Rosa, 35 m, 05[degrees]15'09"S/58[degrees]41'52"W, 26-28.v.2008, Malaise (J.A.
Mota Junior and Maues (2014) bring to the fore the economist perspective of education when considering that the educational system must play three primary roles, being: the development of workforce skills to sustain economic growth; the contribution to the reduction of poverty and inequality, seeking the offer of educational opportunity for all; and turn to the transformation of spending in education into educational outcomes.
This scale evaluates three essential aspects: subjectivity, multi-dimensionality and the presence of positive and negative dimensions in their particular characteristics (Fleck, Chamovich, & Trentini, 2006; Maues, Paschoal, Jaluul, Franca, & Jacob Filho, 2010; Kumar & Majumdar, 2014).
Na esteira de Antonio Maues (13), Kelsen centraliza o problema da defesa da Constituicao na "busca de garantias do exercicio regular das funcoes estatais, de acordo com sua concepcao da estrutura hierarquica da ordem juridica".
Extension in longevity in people living in Maues, an Amazon region in Brazil, has been associated to Amazonian diet, including habitual intake of guarana (4).
In the presence of peroxidase, the color of stigma was very dark or blue coloration and those stigmas were considered receptive (Dafni and Maues, 1998).