EPEL

AcronymDefinition
EPELExtra Packages for Enterprise Linux (Fedora Project)
EPELExecutive Program for Educational Leaders
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The Blue Kangaroo Laundry, 464 Summit St., Elgin, was chosen for the official hand-off to co-promote EPEL's "Language in the Laundromat" program.
Epel. She warns, however, that telomeres can be shortened prematurely by stress and chronic or childhood psychological adversity.
An alternative explanation, related to their effect on P-gp, could be that exposure to these TICs somehow promotes the accumulation or slows the elimination of other POPs (Epel et al.
Developmental plasticity is the environmental elicitation of alternate phenotypes from a single genotype, which facilitates the optimization of a match between phenotype and environment (Dewitt et al., 1998; Agrawal, 2001; Gilbert and Epel, 2009).
Krauss, J., Farzaneh-Far, R., Puterman, E., Na, B., Lin, J., Epel, E., Blackburn, E.
Elissa Epel, a professor at the University of California, San Francisco, noted that there is a lot of individuality in how people are conditioned to respond to pleasing foods.
(7.) Epel ES, Blackburn EH, Lin J, Dhabhar FS, Adler NE.
PUC Chairman Joshua Epel called the approval "an historic moment" for its impact on carbon emissions and a sign of price parity between renewables and fossil fuels.