CREN


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CRENColorado Real Estate Network
CRENCorporation for Research and Educational Networking
CRENCentro de Recuperação e Educação Nutricional (Brasil)
CRENCalgary Real Estate News (Calgary, Canada)
CRENChristian Real Estate Network
CRENComputer Research Education Network
CRENCertified Real Estate Negotiator (professional designation)
CRENConsortium for Research and Education Network
CRENCree Encephalitis
CRENCitizens Research Education Network
CRENCoalition for Environmentally Responsible Conventions
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Este indice podria explicar sexo, edad, madurez y estacionalidad en peces como Perca fluviatilis (Le Cren, 1951) e indica las condiciones propicias del ambiente (Samat, Shukor, Mazlan, Arshad, & Fatimah, 2008).
La ONG NSF ha entrenado a su personal en el CREN, adscrito al BMHC, para basar sus actuaciones en las guias de la OMS, y persigue poner enfasis en la calidad de prestacion de los cuidados nutricionales.
Thus, the server that issues the CREN root certificates is secured inside a hardware box in a locked, alarmed room on MIT's campus.
Similar double asymptotic growth trajectories have been observed in other fish populations and have also been correlated with strong year classes of YOY perch (Le Cren 1992).
The Corporation for Research Sr Educational Networking (CREN) and ADP Autonet have joined forces to offer Internet services for higher education faculty, students and alumni.
The AUP does not explicitly deal with political activity, but contains two statements that could be interpreted in this context: (1) "CREN networks are .
Fulton's coefficient of condition factor (K) was calculated by K=100W/CL3, where CL is carapace length (cm) and W is weight (g) (Le Cren, 1951; Bagenal, 1968; Sparre and Venema, 1992).
Length weight relationship: The length-weight relationship was analyzed following Le Cren (1951) by the formula: Log W = Log a+b Log L, where, W is the total weight of fish (gram); L is the total length of fish (cm); coefficient a is the intercept at Y-axis and regression coefficient b is an exponent indicating the growth pattern of fish.
Several authors have reiterated the importance of the length-weight relationship and interpretation of the parameters that define it (Fulton, 1904; Le Cren, 1951; Venugopalan and Prajneshu, 1998; Froese, 2006).
Moreover, the condition factor is used to assess the effects of seasonal variation in food availability (Le Cren, 1951).
Thamie Tusi Fontes (1), Istvan de Abreu Dobranszky (1) Joao Guilherme Cren Chiminazzo (2), Anderson Marque de Morais (1)