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BSHSBachelor of Science of Health Sciences (various schools)
BSHSBritish Society for the History of Science
BSHSBlue Springs High School (Missouri)
BSHSBrisbane State High School (Queensland Australia)
BSHSBig Spring High School
BSHSBerkeley Springs High School (West Virginia)
BSHSBallston Spa High School (Ballston Spa, NY)
BSHSBonner Springs High School (Kansas)
BSHSBishop Shanahan High School (Downingtown, PA)
BSHSBig Sky High School (Missoula, MT)
BSHSBermudian Springs High School
BSHSBillings Senior High School (Montana)
BSHSBaldwin Senior High School (New York)
BSHSBozeman Senior High School (Montana)
BSHSBerrien Springs High School (Berrien Springs, MI)
BSHSBishop Stang High School (North Dartmouth, MA)
BSHSBenowa State High School (Gold Coast, Australia)
BSHSBremer State High School (Ipswich, Queensland, Australia)
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She received a Certificate in Dental Assisting from Middlesex County College in Edison, NJ, an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) and Bachelors of Science in Health Science (BSHS) degree, from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey/SHRP.
The BSHS is the only condition-specific measure of health status currently in use for the burn injury population and was originally developed to reflect the morbidity associated with burn injuries (Blades et al 1982).
2Broad sense heritability (BSH) of each [F.sub.2] and B[C.sub.1][F.sub.2] population was estimated with Eq.
BSH of the [F.sub.4:5] population of Pl 442031 x Sterling was estimated with Eq.
[4] BSH = [[delta].sup.2.sub.g]/([[delta].sup.2.sub.g] + [[delta].sup.2.sub.e]/r)
The proportion of genotypic variance explained by the marker was obtained by the formula: [[delta].sup.2.sub.g] = [[delta].sup.2.sub.p]/BSH (Kim and Diers, 2000), where [[delta].sup.2.sub.g] and [[delta].sup.2.sub.p] were the genotypic variance and phenotypic variance explained by the marker, respectively, and BSH was the estimate of broad sense heritability of the population.
The estimates of BSH were low to moderately high (Table 4).
In addition, BSH estimated in the [F.sub.2] and B[C.sub.1][F.sub.2] populations was low to moderate, which was improved in the [F.sub.4:5] generation, suggesting that selection in the [F.sub.2] or later generation would be more efficient than in the [F.sub.2] or B[C.sub.1][F.sub.2].