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The dual rate transceiver offers flexibility to a customer looking to upgrade to a 100G network in the future," said Michael Ko CEO of Vitex.
Os modelos utilizados foram Ogaya (OGAYA, 1968) para Astronium concinnum, Kielmeyera albopunctata, Zeyheria tuberculosa e Basiloxylon brasiliensis; Stoat (STOAT, 1945) para Lecythis pisonis e Manilkara bella; Spurr linear (SPURR, 1952) para Vitex sp.
Vitex agnus-castus (incorrectly referred to as Vitex agnus in this paper) commonly known as chaste tree, is traditionally used in women for a variety of reproductive disorders with key constituents being flavonoids, glycosides, and dopaminergic compounds.
Wood with a small diameter (<4 cm) from Vitex negundo grown in Shaoyang, Hunan, China, was tested.
No longer a company saddled with an aging plant and an uncertain future, Vitex has become a manufacturing success story in an era when such turnarounds are the exception and not the rule.
Antiandrogenic effects of a flavonoid-rich fraction of Vitex negundo seeds: a histological and biochemical study in dogs.
The objective of the present work was to investigate and compare the anti-implantation potential of different fractions of Vitex negundo Linn leaf extract and to identify the active fraction responsible for the anti-implantation activity.
Flavonoid extract from flower-buds of Vitex particularly was found to have higher rate of larvicidal activity against An.
The prize for VITEX received by the EVP of the company Armodios Yannidis who stated: "This year's award of our company is the culmination of initiatives that have been taken in the direction of sustainable growth for many years and from many people in our organization.
Samsung's current OLED displays, which are highly sensitive to moisture and oxygen, are protected by technology developed by Vitex System.
I would use Vitex agnus castus as a hormonal balancer and blend it with a range of herbs depending on the symptoms.