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Although RMA did not make public the sample locations, RMA plans showing subsequent anomalies reveal that the majority fall within the MaCauley Creek Project area.
Technical and legal Anomalies could be submitted on or before close of office hours on Friday June 21, 2019 to the Co-Chairman, Anomaly Committee-Technical in his office at Room No.
The TORs of the committee will be to review the identified and submitted anomalies and to advise FBR on the removal of anomalies.
The phenotypic anomalies that result from chromosomal aberrations are mainly due to imbalance of genetic information.
We come with an innate ability to pick out anomalies. In fact, part of our success as a species can be attributed to anomaly detection.
Conjoined twins with or without the associated congenital anomalies occur infrequently, with an estimated incidence of 1 in 50.000 to 1 in 100.000 live births (1).
"Diagnosing network-wide traffic anomalies," Acm Sigcomm Computer Communication Review, vol.
A total of 39.5% fish exhibited anomalies in the present study and the anomalies were: lordosis, vertebral fusion, neural spines bifurcation, connection of adjacent pterygiophores, haemal spine anomaly, neural spines anomaly, anomaly in pterygiophores and supernumerary neural spines.
The purpose of present study was to determine association of dental anomalies observed in various dental malocclusion patients visiting for Orthodontic treatment.
We evaluated the link between the SLP anomalies over the black box in Fig.
Several studies have been carried out trying to relate the interannual variability of seasonal rainfall and associated circulation anomalies over East Africa.
First branchial cleft anomalies (FBCA) are very rare and account for less than 10% of all branchial cleft anomalies.
According to Tatyana [12],buried ovens filled with earth, pottery, or ashes will show positive magnetic anomalies with an amplitude range from 20 to 50nT.
Anomalous origination of a coronary artery from the opposite sinus (ACAOS) represents the most common form of coronary artery anomalies in adults [1-3].