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enrichment

a gain, or sometimes the prevention of expense, which is the focus of some parts of the law of restitution. In civilian systems unjustified enrichments may often be reversed.
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This work shows that enrichment is indeed crucial in managing tail biting, and it was possible to keep tail biting in undocked pigs at a manageable level on fully-slatted floors.
Multiple enrichment for pigs including rubber toys and wooden posts helps to reduce the incidence of tail biting.
The trophotagma enrichment axes may or may not be produced.
In these last cases the proliferation of trophotagma enrichment axes occurs at upper culm nodes.
Enrichment of the ELREA deletion yielded notable allele selectivity in both AF = 5%andAF = 1% samples.
dCas9 ENRICHMENT OF THE POINT MUTATIONS T790M AND L858R
Work-family enrichment is defined as the extent to which experiences in one role or function, improve quality of life in another role or function (Greenhaus and Powell, 2006).
Moreover, the measurement scale of work-family conflict is weakly associated with the measurement scales of enrichment (Hanson et al., 2006).
[The supposed unity of unjust enrichment has come under many attacks from writers who suggest that it is illusory.
The [sup.2]H enrichment concentrations in saliva, urine, and serum were compared by a two-way (media x time) repeated-measures AMOVA for four postdose time intervals: hour 3 after dosing (120, 150, 180 min); hour 4 after dosing (180, 210, and 240 min); hour 5 after dosing (240, 270, and 300 min); and hour 6 after dosing (300, 330, and 360 min).
There are different types of enrichment criteria that have been studied in the literature.
The first is that by providing appropriate foraging and enrichment opportunities for captive animals, we help create an environment that allows for species-typical behaviors.