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et al.

n. abbreviation for the Latin phrase et alii meaning "and others." This is commonly used in shortening the name of a case, as in "Pat Murgatroyd v. Sally Sherman, et al."

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Existeuna correlacion entre la hemoglobina y el hematocrito puesto que sus valores estan relacionados con la actividad y el habitat de los peces.La hemoglobina encontrada fue similar ala registradapor BITTENCOURT et als2003),SAYED et al. (2007), ABDEL-TAWWAB et al.
La concentracion de proteina esta altamente relacionada con el estado nutricional y la calidad del alimento (CRIVELENTI et al., 2011).
-- BU: Ibanez & Burgaz (1998); LE: Alvarez et al. (1999), Terron & Barreno (1994), Terron (1991); PA: Lopez de Silanes et al.
-- AV: Ibanez & Burgaz (1995); ZA: Aragon et al. (1999).
These findings generally confirm the generalizability of the Jarvenpaa et al. trust model.
Just this year, Ludwick et al reported the results of their in vitro investigation to determine if polylactic acid has bacteriostatic properties that might make it a good material with which to manufacture tympanostomy tubes.