FEDINA

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FEDINAFoundation for Educational Innovations in Asia (India)
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Beside genetic, environmental variation could also cause fine differences in CHC bouquets (Rouault et al., 2004; Fedina et al., 2012; Pavkovic-Lucic et al., 2016).
MUSCAT: Ivan Proskura, a former Olympic and Paralympic coach of Ukraine and USSR, who coached legends like Svitlana Bondarenko fondly known as 'Queen of Breaststroke' and Oleksii Fedina, the paralympic star, is now a much-in-demand coach in Oman.
This work was realized by the intellectual support of the author of this very article under the leadership of Marina Fedina, former head of department, Syktyvkar University and Aleksei Rodnyakov, a key figure at Saransk State University, (Republic of Mordovia).
Not only that, Olga Mukomol's 50m freestyle national record stood for five years, Elena Gritsuk (Kononenko) became European Champion in medley, Oleksii Fedina competed in seven events winning three golds and two silvers at the Beijing Paralympic, and also broke world records in 50m freestyle and 100m breaststroke etc.
2006) and play important role in osmosis balance (Fedina et al.