This study analysed the content and structure of the introductions
of published research articles authored by faculty researchers of higher education institutions in Mindanao.
That is because there is basically only one structure that works well: (1) a four-part introduction
, followed by (2) a simple body containing only a few key points backed up in varied ways, followed by (3) a brief summary.
Can the general introductions
written by Flandrin and Montanan actually provide a "superb historical overview" given this narrow geographical range?
to each colloquy have also been retained in essence, though often expanded.
In 1998, food introductions
declined by 11%, dropping to 11,037, compared with 12,398 in 1997 (table 1).
Many new food introductions
are only changes in package size or color, and not new in the sense of being truly innovative.
that precede each playwright's work are uneven, repetitive at times, and occasionally prone to factual error.
This new research set out to identify the pathways for individual H5N1 introductions
as the virus spread through Asia, Europe and Africa.
Questions of bulk and cost all the same did not prevent him from expanding this updated edition from 1648 to 1706 pages, not counting the general introductions
or the additions in the appendices.
Actual performance and results of operations may differ materially from those projected or suggested in the forward-looking statements due to certain risks and uncertainties including, without limitation, the timing of product introductions
In fact, the last year has seen the strongest array of introductions
in Agilent's automated test history.
At the press conference, Waters(R) will provide an update on the impact that UPLC(TM) is having on laboratory productivity and discuss new product introductions
for its ACQUITY UPLC(TM) product line including an evaporative light scattering detector, new ACQUITY UPLC chemistries and an LC/MS - based proteomics solution powered by ACQUITY UPLC technology.