AJAS


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AcronymDefinition
AJASAssociation of Jewish Aging Services
AJASAustralasian Journal of Animal Sciences
AJASAmerican Junior Academy of Sciences
AJASAustralasian Journal of American Studies (Australian and New Zealand American Studies Association)
AJASAmerican Journal of Arabic Studies
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During the first few years (1988-1994), AJAS published four issues per year; the number grew to six issues in 1995-1998, eight issues in 1999, and twelve issues from 2000 onward.
AJAS has had a very active year with a lot of input from the senior academy.
The National AJAS Program Committee did a great job this year.
Based on a tip-off, a joint team of Indian Army's 13 Rashtriya Rifles, 162 Territorial Army and the Jammu and Kashmir Police arrested Sheer from the Champazpura area near Ajas.
The protesting women marched through all big and small roads, lanes and by-lanes of Ajas. Raising pro-freedom and anti-India slogans, they demanded an end to civilian killings in the territory, reported.
AJAS wishes to retract the article "Induction of Ski Protein Expression upon Luteinization in Rat Granulosa Cells" published in the AJAS Vol 25, issue 5, page 635-641(2012), which is based on inadequate validation of primary data sources and data misrepresentation.
The two purposes of the organization is to maintain communication among it's various member academies and to sponsor the American Junior Academy of Science (AJAS).