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First, the multiple VI VI schedule arranges a situation in which a disrupter can be applied equally to two operants occurring in contexts of richer versus leaner obtained reinforcement.
They start with a series on how to determine if the company's latest innovation is a disrupter candidate.
Another suspected endocrine disrupter, diethylhexyl phthalate (DEHP), was found in umbilical cords in the study last year, and again in the latest study, according to the ministry.
The NRC report recommended the development of screening and testing protocols, and the EPA had already established the Endocrine Disrupter Screening and Testing Advisory Committee to consider ways to accomplish such testing.
We have always loved working with the recruitment industry disrupter.
BPA has estrogenic activity, and is also an endocrine disrupter, in that it alters the synthesis, metabolism, and levels of various hormones in the body.
The agency also said that the link between some diseases and these disrupter chemicals was now fully accepted.
The sense of witch as disrupter of order and usurper of power is contrasted with the witch as a mother lost to her daughters, two of many interpretations.
For purposes of consistency, I will refer to Todorov's definition of a minimal plot as the altered equilibrium model, to the initial state of equilibrium as baseline equilibrium, to the event that disturbs "by some power or force" as a disrupter event and the second altered state of equilibrium as final equilibrium.
The study, thought to be the first ever to prove the chemical is an endocrine disrupter, found that male medaka living in water with a relatively low concentration of nonyl phenol began developing eggs in their testes, the ministry said.
Whitman's announcement came just days after a university study reported that arsenic is an endocrine disrupter that can impair hormone action at low exposures--ones potentially as low as 10 ppb in water (SN: 3/17/01, p.
Perhaps the most well-known example of an endocrine disrupter is DES (diethylstilbestrol), which was administered to pregnant women to prevent premature birth (4).
The disrupter, as it is called, has to be fired with pinpoint accuracy.
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Pell finished off by saying "In my opinion W2 is a disrupter, and one that everyone should take very seriously.