JUV


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JUVJuvenile
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The connective and collagen layers were thinner, and the hemal spaces were smaller than in the JUV stage (Fig.
These acid polysaccharides were found beginning in the JUV stage and were not present in the sperm plug.
Abbreviations: SR, seminal receptacle; Developmental Stages: DE, developing; INT, intermediate; JUV, juvenile; MAT, mature; OV, ovigerous; RUD, rudimentary.
Sontheimer, From the Literature: Study Finds Race and Class have Both Main and Interaction Effects on Juvenile Arrests, 17 JUV.
Contexts of Decision Making in the Juvenile Justice System: An Organizational Approach to Understanding Minority Overrepresentation, 8 YOUTH VIOLENCE & JUV.
Kimberly Kempf-Leonard, Minority Youths and Juvenile Justice: Disproportionate Minority Contact After Nearly 20 Years of Reform Efforts, 5 YOUTH VIOLENCE & JUV.
Ted Rubin, The Legal Defense of Juveniles: Struggling but Pushing Forward, JUV.
Hard Choices or Obvious Ones: Developing Policy for Excluding Youth from Juvenile Court, 1 YOUTH VIOLENCE & JUV.
Clarke, A Case for Reinventing Juvenile Transfer: The record of transfer of juvenile offenders to criminal court in Cook County, Illinois, 47 JUV.
Myers, Adult Crime, Adult Time: Punishing Violent Youth in the Adult Criminal Justice System, 1 YOUTH VIOLENCE & JUV.
Myers, The Recidivism of Violent Youths in Juvenile and Adult Court: A Consideration of Selection Bias, 1 YOUTH VIOLENCE & JUV.
HOWELL, COMPREHENSIVE STRATEGY FOR SERIOUS, VIOLENT, AND CHRONIC JUVENILE OFFENDERS (1993); Office of Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention, Guide for Implementing the Comprehensive Strategy for Serious, Violent, and Chronic Juvenile Offenders, JUV.