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HYLAHouston Young Lawyers Association (Texas; est. 1937)
HYLAHigh-Yield Learning Activity
HYLAHilliard Youth Lacrosse Association (Ohio)
HYLAHydrolysoitu Laktoosi (Valio)
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HYLA's quarterly reports reveal the latest trade-in trends for North America by combining live market data with its own analytics solutions.
Sex differences and androgen influences on midbrain auditory thresholds in the green treefrog, Hyla cinerea.
The core business concept of Hyla is providing multipurpose cleaning equipment to hotels around the Middle East.
As previous studies noted, Pelobates fuscus, Hyla arborea and Rana dalmatina follow female-biased sexual size dimorphism seen in majority of anurans (Monnet & Cherry 2002, Szekely & Nemes 2002).
"With HYLA's In-store Device Trade Platform, retailers benefit from device data clearing that helps to ensure customers' information privacy, and enables device diagnostics, value assessment and real time pricing," said Dave Ronis, HYLA's SVP of Sales and Customer Operations.
For Hyla japonica, AQP6ub (AQP-h2) was expressed in the urinary bladder (Hasegawa et al., 2003) (Table 1; Fig.
HYLA Mobile (formerly eRecyclingCorps) is one of the world's leading providers of mobile device trade-in and reuse solutions, backed by Venture Capital firms Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield & Byers, Silver Lake, OpenAir Equity Partners and others.
Gray treefrogs (Hyla chrysoscelis) and Plains narrowmouth toads (Gastrophryne olivacea) are also known to use the pond for breeding (tadpoles observed), and may live in the nearby prairie.
The Green Treefrog, Hyla cinerea, is widely distributed in the southeastern quadrant of the United States.