EG2

AcronymDefinition
EG2Everybody's Golf 2 (game)
EG2Eosinophil Granule mAb (monoclonal antibody)
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#30-43) Having shown the indigenous perception, we think here it is possible to mention the similar comprehension university teachers have about the concept; hence, one of them states that a bilingual person "is the one who has the communicative competence, not only in his or her mother tongue but in a foreign one" (EG2.P02.
For the laboratory study, 72 oysters from each of the four groups (EG1, EG2, EG3, and EG4) were first maintained for 1 wk to reduce the stress responses caused by the operation.
of sfaBC III Fim H pap C Pattern isolates 14 + + + EG1 26 - + + EG2 4 + - + EG3 7 - - + EG4 3 + + - EG5 23 - + - EG6 0 + - - EG7 15 - - - EG8 21 66 51 Total
Caption: FIGURE 6: Scanning electron micrographs of intralaminar fracture surface: (a) EG1 and (b) EG2.
EG2, patients who had orthodontic appliances but no yeasts in their saliva (n = 15);
HUVECs were purchased from Kurabo Industries (Osaka, Japan), and the cells were grown in HuMedia EG2 medium (Kurabo Industries, Osaka.
N = 33 Verbal declarative memory task (2003) EG1 = 35 (6.0) EG2 = 32 (8.0) CG = 38 (7.0) Bremner et al.
After measured and weighed, the specimens of fish were opened for macroscopic observation and classification of the gonads, considering the scale of gonadal stages of development given by Vazoller (1996) and modified by Carvalho-Neta & Castro (2008): EG1 (immature), EG2 (in maturation our repose), EG3 (mature) and EG4 (exhausted).
The participants (students) were divided into Experimental Group 1 (EG1), Experimental Group 2 (EG2), and Control Group (CG).